Important Tax Information: 1098-T TUITION STATEMENT 2017 Form – Electronic Copy

Start your tax prep early and avoid having to wait for a copy in the mail!
When it becomes available, if you wish to get the electronic copy of the 2017 Form 1098-T TUITION STATEMENT instead of receiving the form by mail, please go to, sign on with your student ID, choose the “Student Menu,” click on “Financial Information” and select the “1098 Electronic Consent” link. The IRS strongly encourages the students to receive the 1098-T Tuition Statements electronically. The college will mail Form 1098-T no later than Jan. 31 to students who do not consent to receive Form 1098-T electronically.

Social Security Number Request for FORM 1098-T
Per state, federal, and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidelines, beginning the 2014 year Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) requested that all students provide their Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) for reporting purposes.

For additional information regarding 1098-T information, visit

CPCC Increases Parking Fines

Finding a spot to park on campus can sometimes be an issue, and finding someone else parked in a spot not designated for their vehicle only adds to the frustration.

To solve this issue, CPCC has increased its parking fine to $15 per violation. The fine increase will discourage individuals from parking illegally or in spaces where they do not have the proper authorization.

To avoid getting a ticket, make sure you follow the campus’ parking rules and obtain an official CPCC parking permit from the Cashiering Office, located on any CPCC Campus.

Welcome to the Spring Semester at CPCC!

As we gear up for the spring 2015 semester – classes started Monday, Jan. 12 – we want to share some important reminders to help you during the first week of class. Remember, CPCC is a tobacco-free college. All tobacco products (including anything resembling tobacco products, such as e-cigarettes) are prohibited everywhere at all times. We thank you for your cooperation.

Here are the eight essential things you need to know to be prepared for the new semester:

1. Attend class on the first day. View and print your class schedule at My College ( or through the Student Portal ( Bring a copy of your class schedule to ensure that the location has not changed. Note both the campus and building name for your classes. Look for information tables on campus to help you locate your classrooms or answer questions.

PLEASE NOTE: Tuesday (1/13) was the last day to add a full semester class without permission. The 12-week session begins February 10 and the second eight week session begins March 17. Check CPCC Schedule Builder at for course availability.

2. Plan to arrive early to allow enough time to park and find your class. Traffic is heavy during the first two weeks of class. Visit for information about each campus and follow #cpccparking on Twitter for the latest updates.

3. Park only in areas designated for CPCC students. Local businesses do enforce towing.  Student parking decals are available at any campus Cashiering office during regular operating hours and in Central High Room 122 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday during the first two weeks of school.

Parking decals must be displayed by January 30.

4. Use your CPCC Login to access My College ( to find important information such as residency status, priority registration dates, enrollment verification, critical alert information, your student ID number and much more!

5. Pay your tuition by the due date to avoid being dropped from your classes. As of January 3, payment is now due the day of registration. For payment information and due dates visit CPCC Cashiering (  Log into My College ( to view your spring 2015 tuition bill.

6. You will need your student ID to check out materials from the Library, use the testing and fitness centers, or access the computer labs on campus. Student Identification Card information is available online.

7. Read CPCC Today, your student e-newsletter sent to your CPCC email every Wednesday. CPCC Today ( covers a wide range of useful information from registration, parking and payment to important dates and events.

8. Have you received your CPCC Debit Card? If you’re a new curriculum student registered for spring 2015 who receives financial aid, you will receive a CPCC Debit Card. Remember this is NOT a credit card but a refund only card. Once you receive your card, follow the included instructions and select your refund choice. Keep your card in a safe place even if you do not expect a refund this semester, as there is a replacement card fee.

If you have not received your card, make sure you have updated your address through MyCollege (  For more information, visit If you have any questions regarding the CPCC debit card, please contact Higher One at 1.866.782.0821 or the cashiering office at 704.330.6964.

Thank you for using your CPCC email account; it is the official means of college email communication to you so please check your account often.

We are here to assist you and are ready to help you reach your academic goals. If you have any questions, call the CPCC Information Center at 704.330.2722 or visit the Student Success Center on your campus.