General College Credit Certificate (CCC) Information
The College Credit Certificate is a series of college-credit courses that prepares students for entry-level employment in specific career fields or for career advancement. Upon completion of the Certificate program, students continuing their education in the related A.S. degree program may have the credit applied toward the A.S. degree as noted in specific catalog listings. A high school diploma (or GED) is a requirement for admission.
The College Credit Certificate is awarded to students who have:
- Filed an "Intent to Graduate" Application on or before the published deadline. This includes payment of the graduation fee.
- Satisfactorily completed courses within the selected program.
- Met all admissions requirements, including submission of all high school and prior college transcripts
- Completed at least 25% of the program credit hours through coursework at Eastern Florida State College.
- Achieved a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher in the courses that comprise the program. An "I - Incomplete" received in term of graduation is calculated as an "F" grade for purposes of computing the student's GPA for graduation. If the course work is completed within three weeks of the beginning of the following term, resulting in a passing grade, the student's transcript will be amended and a final GPA calculated.
- Removed all financial obligations to the college. Final transcript and diploma will not be released until student has removed all financial obligations to the college.
Not all C.C.C. programs are eligible for financial aid. See the "EFSC Programs and Admissions Requirements" for eligible programs and contact the financial aid office for assistance when needed.