Welcome to Craven Community College

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Your education. 
On your terms. 

Flexible scheduling. Financial assistance. Academic support. High value education. Everything you need for a better, brighter tomorrow.

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Start as soon as you're ready


Flex-Term Starts

Feb. 8, 2022

B-Term Starts

March 10, 2022

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Other Deadlines

Workforce Development

Health Programs

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Where does your journey start?

Not sure what path to take?

Whether you want to talk with one of our career counselors or
explore our Career Coach online service, we are here to help.

Explore our Career Planning Resources 

Why Craven Community College?

23:1

Average student to teacher ratio

$7M

Awarded to help Craven CC students in need

145+

Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates

Student Life at Craven Community College.

Build Leadership Skills

Broaden your campus life experience as a Hurst Student Ambassador or a member of the Student Government Association, where you can help organize campus events, attend teambuilding exercises, and take a leadership role at Craven Community College. Students selected for the ambassador program also receive scholarship funds. 

Become a Student Ambassador

Expand Your Horizons

Students and members of the community celebrate global diversity and cultures throughout the year with special events like International Day and Black History Month programs, as well as opportunities for international travel through Study Abroad. 

Connect with a Student Club

Questions others are asking.

We offer several credentials that provide the flexibility you need. Most degree programs last two years and provide the most in-depth study of a particular subject. Diplomas and certificates take less time and are often taken in conjunction with other degree programs. Specialized training is also available for workforce development programs that are completed in less than a year.

Always check with your advisor for details. Not all programs provide college credit or are transferrable. 

We have parking lots designated for visitor parking on each campus. Visit our Campus Locations page to learn more and view campus maps. Visitors do not need a parking pass.

Students can park anywhere except spaces designated as "Visitor Parking."

Our bookstore is located on the New Bern campus in the Business and Information Technology building. You can also visit the bookstore website to purchase books and supplies online.

Tuition and fees are due at the time of registration and can be paid at the following Student Accounts locations or online:

  • New Bern Campus – Barker Hall, Room 108A
  • Havelock Campus – Redd Building, Room 104
  • Online – Self-Service Portal

We have several financial aid and scholarship options to help you pay for college.

Transcripts can be requested digitally or using a paper form. Email or call the Registrar’s office at 252-633-0196 for more information about ordering official transcripts.

We have many clubs and organizations to enhance your college experience. Club meetings and other events are posted on the Craven Community College calendar. Students will also receive a weekly newsletter called Panther Tracks with event information in their student email.

The Godwin Memorial Library is located on the second floor of Barker Hall on our New Bern campus.

The Havelock-Craven County Public Library is located on our Havelock campus.

Computer labs are available at the Godwin Memorial Library and the Academic Support Center on our New Bern campus, or you can visit the Havelock-Craven County Public Library on our Havelock campus.

View our academic calendar for specific semester dates.

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