WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
When students complete the application for the College at Southeastern, pay the $150 tuition fee for EACH course they are taking that is listed above, and completes the course at NRCA, the students receive official credit from the College of Southeastern that is fully accredited granting three hours credit for EACH course. The $150 tuition fee for EACH three hour course is typically $750-$1000 at colleges and universities. Every student should seriously consider this opportunity.
Let me share an example. The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill requires a 3-hour Religion class. If students take junior or senior Bible at NRCA, there will have already met this course requirement.
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
The application must be completed with a check attached, and mailed to The College at Southeastern by February 3, 2017. Please list EACH course by the SE College Course Number and Title on the application. Each class is 3 credit hours for $150. Put the NRCA Instructor’s Name and attach a check to the application for the number of courses taken times $150 (No. of courses X $150). Again, mail your application and check to the College of Southeastern. The address is at the bottom of the application. The application and tuition fees must be received no later than February 3, 2017.
COLLEGE OPEN HOUSE OPPORTUNITIES
North Carolina Triangle All Service Academy Student Information Session. Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017 9:00am-12:00pm. Cardinal Gibbons HS Theater, 1401 Edwards Mill Road, Raleigh. This meeting is for high school students and their parents who are interested in applying to one of the five military academies.
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