As a new student working towards a diploma or associate degree, you will be required to take an ACA course designed to facilitate your first semester of transition and adjustment to college. These courses are designed to introduce you to college resources, help you map out your education plan, select a major when you’re ready, set some goals for yourself and dust off those study skills so necessary for your success!
A College Student Success course is required and must be completed within the first twelve credit hours.
Which ACA Course Should I Take?
Students that plan to complete a degree at Craven and go directly into a career.
- ACA 111 – College Student Success
- 1 contact, 1 credit hour
Students that plan to earn a Bachelor’s Degree
- *ACA 122 – College Transfer Success
- 2 contact, 1 credit hour
*Required for students who intend to transfer to a four-year institution after Craven.
Who Does Not Need to Take ACA?
Students are required to successfully complete ACA 111 or ACA 122 unless they have:
- Successfully completed a course equivalent at another regionally accredited college or university.
- Previously earned an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
ACA Coordinator/English Faculty