community. As dean, Williams continually strives to establish ties between CPCC and the local business community. For the complete list of this year’s winners, click here.
UNC Charlotte Admissions Representative to Visit Merancas Campus
Transfer Resource Center (TRC) is excited to host an admissions representative from UNC Charlotte at CPCC’s Merancas Campus. Monday, Sept. 22. Prospective transfer students are welcome to stop by the lobby of the
TS Building Student Lounge from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Every Tuesday the Transfer Resource Center (TRC) is excited to host admissions representatives from four-year colleges and universities as they visit CPCC to talk with prospective transfer students. Next Tuesday, Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., representatives from Belmont Abbey College, UNC Asheville and Johnson & Wales will be at Central Campus in the lobby of the Levine Information Technology Building (next to Subway) At Levine we will host reps from NC A&T, Gardner-Webb and Chamberlain Nursing. At Merancas we have a rep from Shaw University. William Peace University will visit Cato. All visits are from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. unless otherwise noted. For more information about Transfer Tuesdays and other services offered by the Transfer Resource Center, please visit our website at www.cpcc.edu/ican/trc. You can also contact the Transfer Resource Center by email at email@example.com
To address the parking issues at Merancas Campus, CPCC has been authorized by Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation to use Huntersville Athletic Park as an overflow student parking site.
Huntersville Athletic Park is located next to CPCC’s Merancas Campus. It may be accessed from Verhoeff Dr. and features a walking trail that connects to campus.
Students are encouraged to use the walking trail (not the main road) to ensure their safety while walking to and from their car. Students interested in having security escort them to and from their car, in the day or evening hours, may call 704.330.6632.
CPCC’s Global Learning Office will be hosting a Global Issues Forum Event exploring national security and corporate security. We will be screening the short film “The Company Man: Protecting America’s Secrets” based on a true story of corporate espionage. Following the film, we will be hosting a discussion about the issues raised, led by an FBI representative.
If you are interested in international, criminal justice, or espionage issues, we encourage you to attend this free event.
Wednesday, Sept. 24
10 – 11:30 a.m.
Merancas Campus Auditorium
RSVP to Global.firstname.lastname@example.org
CPCC, together with Project Life (a national program dedicated to finding and enlisting college students as potential donors for bone marrow and tissue transplants) is partnering to educate CPCC students, faculty and staff on the importance of becoming a bone marrow donor.
The CPCC Chapter’s first official event was held in February 2012, when it recruited more than 300 new donors to the National Bone Marrow Registry.
The next donor bone marrow typing drives are scheduled at varying times at all six CPCC campuses. Details are as follows:
LEVINE CAMPUS: February 20 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location – 2nd floor foyer
MERANCAS CAMPUS: February 26 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Location – TS Student Lounge and CJ Hallway
CATO CAMPUS: February 26 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Location – Cato II atrium
HARPER CAMPUS: March 5 from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Location – Classroom 352-D
CENTRAL CAMPUS: April 9 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location – Belk Patio (between Belk & Elizabeth Buildings)
HARRIS CAMPUS: April 15 (time TBD)
Location – TBD
There will also be a Bone Marrow question and answer panel at Central Campus on Wednesday, April 2 from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. to help dispel some of the myths about bone marrow donation.
Getting typed is painless and entails nothing more than having the inside of your mouth swabbed. It’s that easy!
Then what? You wait to see if your participation makes you a match and helps bring hope and healing to a person in need.
Help save a life by joining us at one of our upcoming donor drives scheduled at a CPCC campus near you.
The program began more than 20 years ago, when a group of students at Davidson College started a grassroots movement to identify college students as potential donors for the National Bone Marrow Registry.
Since then, thousands of people have participated, and the program has grown to include an expanding number of college campuses in North Carolina. CPCC is proud to be included among these higher education institutions and house the first active Project Life chapter in the Charlotte metro area.