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Career Services is hosting a PT Job Fest, Student Life & ESS will host Student Resources Day and Service-Learning will host a Volunteer Fair to connect students to CPCC. Attend “Get Plugged In” Week at Central Campus! Part-Time Job Fest: Tuesday, Aug. 29,  11 a.m.-1 p.m. Student Resources Day: Wednesday, Aug. 30, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Volunteer […]

      The CityLYNX Gold Line and the LYNX Blue Line will be out of service per the above dates for track work. There will be NO train or streetcar service on the dates above. To see available public transportation options during this time, please visit the City of Charlotte website.

While Charlotte is not in the “path of totality,” so we won’t see a complete eclipse,  you absolutely must use a solar filter (eclipse glasses or a solar viewer) when looking at the sun during the entire eclipse event in the Charlotte area. According to NASA, “The only safe way to look directly at the […]

Thank you for using your CPCC email account; it is the official means of college e-mail communication to you so please check your account often. As we gear up for the fall 2017 semester – classes begin Wednesday, August 16 – we want to share some important reminders to help you during the first week […]

Watch this WBTV clip to see how CPCC’s Turfgrass Management alums made an impact at this year’s PGA Golf Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, N.C.

Monday, August 21 Central Campus 1 – 4 p.m. / Central Campus Quad Details Free solar eclipse glasses provided (while supplies last) Popsicles Glow bracelets Music Presented by CPCC Student Life and the CPCC Science Department Click here to see the Student Life calendar and scroll to Aug. 21 to see all the details about solar eclipse viewing parties […]

Apply to be a peer mentor! Qualifications: •Must have completed at least 1 semester at CPCC. •Must have at least 3.0 GPA •Must have availability of 10-15 hours per week. •Must have knowledge of on-campus resources and events. •Must be a motivated individual who is enthusiastic about helping first year students become engaged with the college […]

STAR is a tool that gives you feedback about your progress in class. Twice a semester, instructors will submit STAR Student Success Reports for your 8-week, 12-week or 16-week classes. Instructors submit an initial STAR report within the first three weeks of class and again at the midterm point of class. STAR reports are sent […]

CPCC alumna Diana Scott, transferred to UNC-Chapel Hill after participating in the Global Distinction Program at CPCC. Scott, who it pursuing a master’s degree in social work, says her experience with the program is helping prepare her for her future career. “Being culturally sensitive and being aware of cultures and religions and races other than […]

CPCC Culinary Arts student Matthew Krentz was recently mentioned in the July 24 Vogue article, “Savory Sorbets for Summer: Bloody Mary, Coconut Dashi and More.” Krentz, who currently serves as The Ashbury’s chef in uptown, was recognized for his Pickled Green Tomato Sorbet creation – a pickled green tomato sorbet that is paired with steelhead trout crudo.

Starting Monday, August 14, 2017, the Gold Rush will be permanently discontinued. The last day of service was Friday, August 11, 2017. On June 28, 2017, the Metropolitan Transit Commission adopted the discontinuation of the Gold Rush Red Line (Route 86).  This plan was recommended because of significant construction delays along Trade Street.  CityLYNX Gold Line […]

Jamal Moss ’12 didn’t let his high school counselor at West Charlotte High School talk him out of applying to CPCC. “She wanted me to attend N.C. Central University or N.C. A&T,” explains Jamal. “She was afraid I wouldn’t succeed at CPCC; that I would become another statistic. Evidently, it was a trend the counselor […]

You’re invited to the Disability Services Information Session August 9 from 1 to 4 p.m. Central Campus, Zeiss Building, Room 1106 RSVP on our website to attend! Join us for the afternoon to learn about: How to be a successful self-advocate Using accommodations in college Assistive technology offered at CPCC And hear from our student […]

Reginald Pincham, Director of Enrollment Student Services at the CPCC Levine Campus and member of the Matthews Branch State Employees Credit Union (SECU) Board of Managers, presented a $10,000 scholarship to Levine Middle College student, Mitchell McPhail (middle) and his mother, Melissa McPhail, on May 24. The SECU is a non-profit cooperative which provides financial services […]