CPCC is a Drug-Free College

Central Piedmont Community College is committed to maintaining a safe and productive teaching and CPCC is a Drug-Free Collegelearning environment for students and employees.  CPCC endorses the federal government’s efforts in implementing the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989.  This mean that illegal substances, such as marijuana, heroin and cocaine, are not permitted on CPCC’s campuses.

Please visit the college’s Drug-Free College Web page to get information on the following topics related to the Drug-Free College policies:

  • Standards of conduct and disciplinary sanctions for students who violate the Drug-Free College policies
  • Legal sanctions for drug and alcohol activities that are a violation of state and federal law
  • Health risks associated with the use of drugs and alcohol
  • Help resources available to students who are concerned about their use of drugs and alcohol

View the CPCC Drug-Free Web page.

Thank you for helping keep CPCC drug-free!