New Students

Begin your academic journey at Durham Tech by completing an application online. In a few simple steps, you can start preparing for a great future.

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Health Tech Students

As the healthcare industry continues to grow, Durham Tech’s program are in high demand, which means these popular programs have a limited number of spaces for admission each year.

Prospective students interested in pursuing a healthcare career are encouraged to apply early as many of the programs have a first-qualified, first-admitted admissions process and some have a competitive process.

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Visiting Students

Want to enroll in a course that your college doesn’t offer? Need just a course or two before graduate or professional school? Enrolling in Durham Tech as a visiting student is simple.

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Non-US Students

Durham Tech invites students from all countries and backgrounds to pursue their education on our welcoming campus. Staff at the Center for the Global Learner can walk you through the process step-by-step or you can begin exploring the next steps on your own.

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Dual-Enrolled Students

The Career and College Promise program provides seamless dual enrollment opportunities for eligible North Carolina high school students. Students can accelerate the completion of college certificates, diplomas and associate degrees while completing their high school diploma.

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Continuing Education

Whether you’re looking for ways to sharpen your skills or interested in developing a new hobby, Durham Tech’s continuing education classes have a variety of offerings to meet your needs and applying is easy.

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Need help?

The ConnectCenter is here for you.

919-536-7200 and select "0" info@durhamtech.edu

Visit us at the Wynn Center Welcome Desk

Building 10
1637 East Lawson Street
Durham, NC 27703

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