B-Term Classes Start Oct. 20
Don’t fall behind! Our B-Term is an 8-week semester that allows you to make the most of your class time and keep your college dreams on schedule. Keep moving forward this fall and register for classes including:
- American History
- Art Appreciation
- Business Law
- Intro to Business
- Intro to Sociology
- Music Appreciation
- Public Speaking
- Technology and Society
- World Religions
- Writing and Inquiry
Many programs are offered online and financial assistance is available for qualifying students. Visit one of our advisors in Student Services in Barker Hall on the New Bern campus, or the Redd Building on the Havelock campus.
The world is unpredictable, but your future doesn’t have to be.
We’re here to provide options that can help you start moving forward. Talk to us today about our fall classes, financial aid, scholarships, online classes, and dozens of programs.
- College credits to help you graduate sooner
- Lower total tuition costs for a four-year degree
- University transfer with associate degrees
- Health, career, and technical degree programs
With our selection of online and seated classes and campuses in both New Bern and Havelock, your long-term goals have never been so close.
Fall Semester Dates
Whether you’re interested in starting your college journey or simply want to pick up a few credits that will save you time and money, we have dozens of program options available to you.
- Regular Term Schedule: Aug. 19 – Dec. 16
- Flex-Term Schedule: Sept. 16 – Dec. 16
- B-Term Schedule: Oct. 20 – Dec. 16
You can join us in a virtual meeting room where advisors are prepared to answer your questions about admissions, advising, or financial aid. Hours are as follows: Monday/Wednesday from 1-4 p.m. and Tuesday/Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon.
For any questions regarding the use of GI Bill benefits or veteran, readiness, and employment benefits, drop-in virtual meetings are available Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to noon.
A college education is valuable, but it doesn't have to be a financial burden. At just $76 per credit hour, our tuition is about 40% less than public universities and 90% less than private universities.* Many students also receive scholarship support from federal grants and the Craven Community College Foundation.
*In-state tuition; Subject to change without prior notice. Source: https://finaid.org/
Explore Our Programs
We offer hundreds of certificates, diplomas, and degree programs. From college transfer and health careers to technical training and continuing education, we have a program that will fit your education needs.
Let’s Get Started
Visit one of our advisors in Barker Hall on the New Bern campus or the Redd Building on the Havelock campus. We specialize in discovering the dream job you’re cut out for, and how to get that dream started through classes with us!
Register for Next Semester
Still need to apply? Visit our How to Apply page.
Student Services at our New Bern and Havelock campuses are open as follows:
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
New Bern – 252-638-7200
Havelock – 252-444-6005
Cherry Point – 252-444-6000