Fall registration for all A-B Tech students is open now .
Get the classes and the schedule you need by registering for Fall classes now at A-B Tech.
In 2013 the North Carolina General Assembly (SB 402) directed the educational entities in North Carolina to work collaboratively to create a centralized, uniform process for determining residency for tuition purposes and for administration of State-funded financial aid.
A-B Tech partners with the North Carolina Residency Determination Service (RDS) which is now the authoritative source of residency determination. Residency for tuition purposes is no longer determined by A-B Tech. Please review the important and detailed information.
The Enrollment Map and Checklist below will help guide you through the enrollment and registration process (click on the documents to open them).
2. Request and Submit High School Transcript (Students with an unweighted High School GPA of 2.6 or higher may be able to use transcript for College Placement)
4. Complete New Student Orientation (Students will not be required to complete New Student Orientation if they have obtained a degree ( Associate’s degree or higher ) or are a visiting student from another institution and this is included in the student application to the College. If the student did not correctly complete these questions on the application and has a degree, please provide an unofficial college transcript to the Admissions Office in the K. Ray Bailey Building on the Victoria Road Asheville campus and the waiver will be placed on the student record.)
General Admission Policy
A-B Tech is an open-door institution, which accepts all applicants who have graduated from high school, hold a HSE (High School Equivalency) or adult high school diploma, are at least 18 years of age or older, are an emancipated minor, or a dual enrollment student (still in high school). Some programs, such as in the Allied Health/Public Services and Emergency Services Division, are selective and typically require the high school or HSE (High School Equivalency) credential. Admission to these programs follow specific and separate application cycles. High school graduation or the equivalent from an accredited, valid institution is required for Financial Aid purposes. Please call (828) 398-7900 or see an academic advisor in the K. Ray Bailey Student Services Building for further information.
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