Lenoir Community College offers a wide range of college transfer programs. These programs
include two years of courses paralleling the freshman and sophomore years at most senior colleges
Students desiring to pursue an academic transfer program at Lenoir Community College will,
through guidance and program advisement, enroll in courses in which they have interest and ability.
By maintaining a 2.0 GPA and completing two years of a planned program, students will be able to
transfer as juniors to most senior institutions without loss of time or credit. See the Comprehensive
Articulation Agreement between the North Carolina Community College System and the University
of North Carolina System in this section for further information.
Students who successfully complete a college transfer program are awarded one of three degrees
by Lenoir Community College: the Associate in Arts degree, the Associate in Science degree, or the
Associate in Fine Arts degree. To receive a degree, the student enrolls in either the general Associate
in Arts program or in one of the pre-professional programs offered by the college.
course and hour requirements for Nursing - A1010I
AfterCollege Career Nursing Career Network
The AfterCollege Career Network site provides Lenoir's nursing students and alumni with access to scholarships, job opportunities, career tools and more. Use of the site is free to both students and alumni.