Admissions & Aid
For each step, contact the campus you are interested in attending.
Creating an account will allow you to learn more about CCC. Once you create an account, you can schedule a campus visit, register for an admissions event, and apply for admission to the college.
Sign up online to attend Central Days or schedule an individual tour, or call the Admissions Office for an appointment. You can also meet with financial aid staff during your campus visit.
Complete and submit your application. Applications may be completed and submitted from our website, or may be from obtained from our admissions offices (listed below) or from high school counselors. Some college programs have special admission requirements and deadlines; you can find out about those by checking with the Admissions Office.
High School Transcripts
Unless requested, high school transcripts are not required by CCC.
For students that have taken college credit at a regionally accredited college and would like to use those credits at CCC, please request your official transcript be sent to CCC.
CCC prefers official transcripts to be sent electronically.
Transcripts may be submitted electronically or by mail:
Central Community College
PO Box 4903
Grand Island, NE 68801
To be considered official, transcripts must be sent directly from the educational institution or must arrive in a sealed envelope.
Pre-enrollment assessment has been waived for students wanting to register for classes for summer and fall 2020. If you have pre-enrollment assessment scores, please send them to CCC to assist with course placement.
All certificate, diploma, and degree-seeking students, and those enrolling in a math, reading, writing, or English Language Learner (ELL) courses will be required to take a pre-enrollment assessment. Assessment scores will be accepted for recommended placement for degree and diplomas for three years from the date of the test. Assessment scores used to meet the Basic Achievement Requirements for award completion do not expire.
A student can be exempt from taking a pre-enrollment assessment if a student transfers from an accredited public, private, or independent institution of higher education and who has earned a “C” or better in a college-level English Composition course and college-level Math course.
Scholarship application is available online. Please take note of all scholarship deadlines and guidelines.
If you are interested in financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after Oct. 1. CCC’s school code is 014468.
Indicate your interest in on-campus housing on your application for admission. Housing is only available at the Columbus and Hastings campuses.
Attend New Student Orientation prior to your first semester at Central Community College. You will have an opportunity to register for classes at this event. You may receive an invitation to these sessions. You may also call an Admissions Office to sign up for orientation or sign up online.
I plan to begin at Central Community College
- 2021 spring semester starts January 11 – view calendar
- 2021 summer session starts May 24 – view calendar
- 2021 fall semester starts August 16
For more information, contact the Admissions Office staff.
Call toll-free in Nebraska: 1-877-222-0780
Annual Security & Fire Safety Notification for Prospective Students
The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report includes Clery Act crime and fire statistics for the preceding three years for locations owned and or controlled by Central Community College, the required policy disclosure statements and other important safety related information. A paper copy of the ASR is available on request made to the Security Department by calling 308-398-7440, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the Financial Aid and Associate Dean of Students Offices on the Grand Island, Hastings and Columbus campuses and the Learning Center Managers Offices in Lexington, Holdrege, Kearney and Ord.