The North Carolina Comprehensive Joint Agreement (CAA) is a national agreement for the transfer of credits between North Carolina community colleges and North Carolina public universities. The General Administration recently approved a revised new CAA effective in the fall of 2014 for students entering the Community College System. Several general education requirements at UNC-Chapel Hill are not within the CAA. See the details below. As a student at Alamance Community College, you have the opportunity to pursue your academic career at a four-year university or university. The State of North Carolina has entered into an agreement called the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) between all NC colleges and UNC`s 16 systemic institutions. The North Carolina Comprehensive Liaison Agreement (CAA) is a national credit transfer agreement between NC Community Colleges and NC Public Universities and aims to move students smoothly. The North Carolina Comprehensive Liaison Agreement (CAA) is a national credit transfer agreement between NC Community Colleges and NC Public Universities and aims to move students smoothly. The CAA gives certain assurances to the student passing on; For example, click on the program below to view and download the AA and AS CAA 2020 transfer programs. Levy Brown, Vice President, Learning, Student Engagement, Success (Chief Academic Officer) Vance-Granville Community College 200 Community College Road Henderson, NC 27537 Tel: 252-738-3283 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org In addition to the sixteen universities in the UNC system, the following private universities and universities have also approved the independent association agreement. The Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) is a pact between the North Carolina university system and its community colleges, which allows for a seamless transfer of students between the two systems. Students can deliver individual courses, the 44-hour core of general education or the graduation degree. Jewel Cherry, Member Vice President, Educational Support Services and Equity Tech Community College 2100 Silas Creek Parkway Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Tel: 336-734-7520 E-mail: email@example.com When a student is denied admission to a UNC institution, he or she receives a letter from that institution that transmits the student to the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) website.
The CFNC (CFNC.org) website presents the conditions of TAAP to the student and, if these conditions are met, the student receives information on the availability of premises and contacts within the UNC system. Students should contact these institutions for specific information on the amenities and majors available. In the rare event that previous steps do not result in admission to a UNC institution, the student should contact the CFNC Resource Center at 1-866-866-CFNC.