Schools.com ranked all 58 colleges within the North Carolina Community College system (NCCCS), the third largest system in the United States by number of schools. North Carolina considers its community colleges to be vital for economic growth and invests in them accordingly. Residents believe their community college system successfully empowers learners to move ahead and succeed in life well beyond tradition, distance, and hybrid classroom settings.
Schools.com considered 7 different variables including key performance metrics, learning options and affordability. The percentage of students enrolled in distance education courses attributed to 15% of the final overall ranking.
School.com Top 10 North Carolina Communication Colleges
- College of the Albemarle (Elizabeth City)
- Craven Community College (New Bern)
- Pitt Community College (Winterville)
- Durham Technical Community College (Durham)
- Tri-County Community College (Murphy)
- Western Piedmont Community College (Morganton)
- Mitchell Community College (Statesville)
- Randolph Community College (Asheboro)
- Cleveland Community College (Shelby)
- Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute (Hudson)
Remote-Learner proudly hosts the distance learning program for 4 of the top 5 schools in the NCCCS. Also, 8 of the top 10 schools utilize Moodle® for reliable and scalable content delivery.
The entire Remote-Learner family sends a huge Congratulations! to College of the Albemarle, which serves students along the Outer Banks in the beautiful northeast corner of NC as the #1 ranked community college in the state!
Craven Community College, Pitt Community College, and Tri-County Community College – all hosted by Remote-Learner for Moodle® – ranked in the top 5, and Mitchell Community College and Randolph Community College both ranked in the top 10!
Way to go! Keep up the great work!