Single Stop has partnered with Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont (LSSP) and is now offering free legal services to CPCC students through the Single Stop office, located in Central High, Room 100.
LSSP can assist students with the following:
– eligibility for public benefits
– Affordable Care Act disputes, appeals, and tax issues
– veteran’s benefits
– tax disputes
– immigration issues
– consumer protection matters
– healthcare access issues through public programs
Come join the First Year Experience (FYE) Peer Mentoring program. Whether you are brand new to college or returning and need a mentor, we can pair you up with an FYE Peer Mentor for the fall 2015 semester. If interested, come by Central High, Room 110 or email Ariel Cam at email@example.com.
Central High Parking Lot Now Open
Parking lot #4, located behind the Central High Building on Central Campus, is now open and features 88 CPCC student and visitor parking spaces, 10 handicapped-accessible spaces and two motorcycle spaces.
The lot has been closed since July 2014 for major reconstruction work. Since that time, construction crews have modernized the space, adding:
- concrete curbs/gutters and sidewalks.
- asphalt pavement, striping and wheel stops.
- a perimeter block retaining wall along Kings Drive.
- a new entry plaza, with brick pavers and benches.
- a metal screen wall and gate at service court.
- new, 30-foot parking lot pole lights, provided by Duke Energy.
- new trees and landscaping.
Lot #4 is located off of Pease Lane, and may be accessed from Kings Dr. or Elizabeth Ave. For directions, view the Central Campus map.
Elizabeth Ave. on Central Campus now open
Elizabeth Ave., from Charlottetowne Ave. to Kings Dr., on CPCC¹s Central Campus is now open. All traffic is now permitted to use Elizabeth Ave. as a thoroughfare.
Please note: Elizabeth Ave. is still closed past the Kings Dr. intersection to traffic travelling westbound toward uptown Charlotte.
To see a detailed traffic map of Central Campus, please click here.
TRiO-Student Support Services, Fifth Third Bank and Corporate and Continuing Education/Financial Services Institute are sponsoring a series of financial literacy workshops. The Money Smart workshops are held on Thursdays through April 19 (except, no workshop on April 5) in Central High, Room 110, from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The sessions are free to students and employees. This week’s topic – “Charge it Right – Make Your Credit Card Work for You!” Bring your lunch, if you wish. Please visit www.cpcc.edu/triosss/money-smart-workshops for schedule and more information.