UNC Charlotte and Central Piedmont introduced 49erNext, a new co-admission transfer program for students in North Carolina during a special event on Oct. 3 in the UNC Charlotte Center City Building. The program provides a seamless pathway for students who wish to start a degree program at Central Piedmont and complete their education at UNC Charlotte.
During the event, Peggy and Bob Culbertson of Charlotte announced they were committing $1 million to Central Piedmont to provide scholarships for financially needy students. The college will use a significant portion of the gift to establish the Peggy and Bob Culbertson 49erNext Scholarship Program to assist students in the newly created program. The Culbertson gift also will fund scholarships for Central Piedmont students pursuing career-focused technical degrees and preparing to enter the workforce.
Learn more about 49er Next.
To read more, visit cpcc.edu.
Central Piedmont Archives works to preserve and provide access to the history of our institution. Together with the NC Digital Heritage Center, the latest batch of yearbooks from Mecklenburg College and the Central Piedmont Dental Hygiene Program have been uploaded to their website.
For more information on Central Piedmont archives, please contact Erin Allsop at email@example.com.
Central Piedmont is exploring the possibility of a partnership with the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS). The results of this survey will help the college determine the need and feasibility of a partnership with CATS that may benefit students. Thank you for completing and submitting this survey by Feb. 4!
Make sure you hit “Submit” and provide your name and email at the end to be eligible for a chance to win one of five CATS WEEKLY PASSES.
Link to the survey is below. (If clicking on the link does not work, please copy and paste the link into your online browser.)