Career and Transfer Services
Craven Community College offers a variety of career and transfer services with the primary purpose of educating and assisting students to effectively develop, evaluate and implement your career and educational plans.
Select Career and Transfer Services to view the services we offer.
First-Year Experience (FYE) Programs
Welcome, we are excited you’ll be a student at Craven Community College. You have joined a community of hard-working and motivated learners. Are you beginning a new career, improving your skills in your current job, or preparing yourself to transfer to a four-year university? Administrators, faculty, staff, and students are here and ready to partner with you to develop your academic plan of success by providing a welcoming environment both in and outside of the classroom to help you navigate your voyage through the college experience.
Select First-Year Experience to learn more.
TRiO Student Support Services
TRiO Student Support Services at Craven Community College is committed to creating and maintaining a supportive environment for low income, first generation and disabled students by encouraging academic excellence & integrity, student success, and individual responsibility through leadership and service.
Select TRiO Student Support Services to see if you qualify for the program.
Craven Community College can be an exciting place to be a college student.
The college’s Office of Student Life and its student volunteers work hard to sponsor fun events and activities so you can enjoy a college experience beyond classrooms, textbooks and computer screens.
Minority Male (M2) Success Initiative
M2 Success allows new students to have one-on-one conversations with a campus coach who will help them set academic goals and get connected to campus resources.
Learn more about the Minority Male (M2) Success Initiative.
Hurricane Florence Resources
Hurricane Florence had a devastating effect on our community. Many members of our student body, staff, and faculty suffered countless losses that range from personal belongings to entire homes. In an effort to help speed the recovery among those affected at the college, these resources are available.
Stress is a normal and expected reaction to the transitions students face in college. This stress may be associated with academic demands, family problems, social relations, life transitions, work, financial concerns, and cultural experiences. If you or someone you know is having a difficult time managing life stressors, please feel free to email or call for more information and access to local professional resources. Contact Bill Bondurant, Director of Advising and Counseling by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 252-638-7222.
If you would rather seek further assistance on your own, or are in an immediate crisis, please call RHA Health Services at 1-844-709-4097. Their mental health professionals can meet with you 24/7, either on campus or at a designated public area.
Select Resource Directory (PDF) for more information and available resources.
For additional information about the above programs, please contact Zomar Peter at (252) 638-7597, email@example.com.