Isothermal Community College

Office of Admissions

Returning Student Enrollment

Step One - Residency

Step Two - Application

Check the status of your admissions file at Isothermal Community College by reviewing the category below that applies to you.

 

I have not taken a class at Isothermal Community College in 5 or more years
The last class I took at Isothermal Community College was less than 5 years ago.

1. You will need to complete the Residency Determination Service online interview/application to get your Residency Certification Number (RCN) which you will need for the college application. Then apply to Isothermal Community College. Check with the Admissions Office at 828-395-4198 with any questions.

2. Please resubmit all documents required for your program of study. The most common requirements are a Residency Determination, new application, official high school transcripts, official college transcripts if you wish to receive transfer credit, and placement testing (unless you qualify for a waiver).

Official means it comes directly to Isothermal Community College in a sealed envelope from the sending institution

3. Students may schedule their placement test after all other required documentation is first submitted to the Admissions Office.

Get more information about criteria for an evaluation for placement test waiver.

1. You will need to complete the Residency Determination Service online interview/application to get your Residency Certification Number (RCN) which you will need for the college application. Then apply to Isothermal Community College. Check with the Admissions Office at 828-395-4198 with any questions.

 Your previous placement test scores are valid for 5 years.

2. Please send documentation (transcripts or current placement test scores from another institution etc)  officially to the Admissions Office at Isothermal Community College, PO Box 804, Spindale NC, 28160.

Official means it comes directly to Isothermal Community College in a sealed envelope from the sending institution.

3. Students may schedule their placement test after all other required documentation is first submitted to the Admissions Office.

Get more information about criteria for an evaluation for placement test waiver.

Step Three - Placement Test

Step Four - Registering for Class(es)

  • Meet with your Advisor, then register online through Patriot Port.
  • You can also register during final registration which typically occurs 1-2 days before classes begin. During this 1 or 2 day period, you may simply go to your Advisor's department to get registered.
  • If you do not know who your advisor is, you can call Admissions at 828-395-4198 or contact the department in which your program resides:
    • Business Sciences – Kathy Franklin 828-395-1670, or Tammy Fowler 828-395-1414
    • Arts & Sciences – Jennifer Henson 828-395-1301
    • Applied Sciences – Linda Wright 828-395-1441
    • Health & Public Services - Brenda McFarland 828-395-1668