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College Foundation of North Carolina    2017-2018

Open House Dates & Admission Deadlines

AP Credits

ACT scores are in!!

See your counselor & we will be visiting History classes the week of April 4th with score reports and the following details.


Most colleges accept either the ACT or the SAT, please check with specific colleges you are applying to for any exceptions.. 


This means that the free ACT you take as a Junior at Croatan will count as your college entrance exam.


ACT Reports- Students who participate in State testing and receive college-reportable scores on the ACT may view their scores and score report on a free ACT student web account. Scores are available online three to eight weeks after the test date.

Students can create an ACT web account

How to use ACT results


11th grade notes and average ACT scores

CFNC and RDS Share Single Sign-on Functionality

RDS (Residency Determination Service) is receiving feedback that there may be confusion around the CFNC and RDS single sign-on functionality. RDS uses a student’s CFNC profile information. Therefore, if a student has an existing CFNC account, the student can use this same user name and password to login to RDS.

When a student who does not have a CFNC account (or does not use their existing CFNC account) creates a profile on RDS, then they are creating a CFNC account. If a student is receiving an error when trying to login to RDS it is most likely due to multiple CFNC accounts. The student can call the RDS student line at 844-319-3640 for additional help, or the CFNC Call Center at 866-866-CFNC (2362), and select option 5 for assistance with resetting their CFNC account

Recommendation Letters

Please adhere to the following guidelines regarding recommendation letters:

  • Ask your recommender in person if possible - preferably before they get the automated email from Common App :)
  • Provide him/her with a resume' including career and college goals.
  • Give the recommender a minimum of 2 weeks to complete your letter.
  • Say thank you and let them know if you got in or got the job, follow up is important.

If you need a letter and/or school report from your counselor please submit the following form in addition to the above first two bullets.

Recommendation Letter Request Form


Please know we will not begin working on your application until the guidelines have been followed so we can provide the most thorough recommendation possible.

Carteret Community College

FAFSA Resources

FAFSA Day - October 28th


Federal Student Aid - US Department of Education publications for students and parents.

Downloadable versions

Application Fee Waivers

Application fee waivers are available through three main sources:

  • Obtain and use a SAT fee waiver - see Jennifer Doss in the Media Center
  • Obtain and use an ACT fee waiver - see Jennifer Doss in the Media Center
  • See your counselor for a NACAC fee waiver - income eligibility guidelines apply