Fayetteville Technical Community College
(FTCC), the third largest of the 58 colleges that make up the North Carolina Community College system, is a regionally accredited public institution
committed to meeting the educational needs of North Carolina and beyond. FTCC has been a leader in distance education in North Carolina for 30 years.
FTCC recognized the potential of online learning early and was among the first schools in the nation to develop and offer a degree completely over the
Internet. Since then, the college has developed more than 40 degrees and certificate programs in business, education, health care, technology and other
areas. FTCC is also innovative in providing credit for prior learning, which is non-college or experience-based learning that has been attained outside
the sponsorship of accredited postsecondary education institutions. Academic credit earned from FTCC through the ITCAP Program can be applied to an
Associate in Applied Science in Computer Information Technology or Networking Technology degree, as well as certificate programs.
Renton Technical College (RTC) is one of 34 colleges in
the state of Washington operated by the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. RTC provides training, retraining and upgrading for persons
seeking marketable job skills or upgrading current skills. Specialized programs allow students with or without high school credentials to enter at
numerous times, progress in accordance with individual aptitudes, and complete low-cost training making job entry and success possible.