Resources and links for all Academic information at Cape Cod Community College
To understand how the academic year unfolds, view the academic calendar to see when semesters begin and end, when final exams are held, which holidays are observed and more.
Learn more: Academic Calendar
Academic Advisors will then help you choose appropriate courses that meet your program requirements, assessment results, and individual circumstances. Advisors are available all year to help you keep on track and reach your academic goals.
|Advising & Counseling Services|
|Location||Grossman Commons, Room 203C|
Open Wednesdays until 7:00pm
|Online||Advising & Counseling website|
Cape Cod Community College offers Associate Degrees and Certificates in many fields of study. Whether you plan to transfer, want training for a new job, or plan to change careers, CCCC offers you quality education in a supportive environment.
Learn more: Academic Programs and Certificates
In order to graduate from Cape Cod Community College you must complete all degree or certificate requirements with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.0. Learn more about academic policies with the links below.
For a complete listing of Academic Policies: Academic Policy Manual
If you graduate from the Commonwealth Honors program as a Commonwealth Honors Scholar, you can transfer Honors credits directly into the Honors program at a Massachusetts four-year state college or university. There are many other benefits as well!
Learn more: The Commonwealth Honors Program
Independent study is defined as: Additional credit for an independent study project within a discipline and not a regular academic course.
Eligibility Criteria for Independent study:
Independent study is voluntary for the student and the faculty member.
Departments will control the number of projects individual faculty members may undertake.
Independent Study projects will be agreed to by the faculty member overseeing the Independent Study and the student, and presented by the faculty member to the department for approval.
Students should contact the transfer coordinator on transferability of independent study.
|Office of Student Engagement|
|Location||Grossman Commons, Room 208|
|Hours||Virtual Hours: Monday–Friday, 9am–4:30pm
In Person Hours: Tuesday–Thursday, 10am–3pm
Note: Please Call the Student Engagement Office in advance to make a Virtual or an In Person Appointment. Thank You.