Due to high demand for many of its most popular fall term classes, CPCC has added new course sections and encourages all registered students to keep reviewing course availability in MyCollege or ScheduleBuilder as sections are added on an on-going basis.
To date, new sections have been added in the following course prefix areas, and more are to come.
Many of the sections being added boast 12-week or eight-week learning schedules. So if you need to pick up another class or want to earn full academic credit in a short period of time, our fall short-session classes may be the right fit for you.
Also, please note that as the fall semester moves forward, CPCC will continue to evaluate its section offerings to ensure it is providing you with the best course selection possible as you strive to complete your degree, certificate or diploma.
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Because Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) is committed to being an accessible education option that meets the needs of local residents, it will offer multiple short sessions this fall, giving students another way to earn full academic credit.
The College will add almost 370 classes to its already impressive list of curriculum classes. By doing this, CPCC will make more than 4,000 seats available to any student seeking a college degree or certificate.
“We enroll a number of non-traditional students – individuals who hold full-time jobs, while juggling family and school responsibilities,” said Dr. Tony Zeiss, president of CPCC. “Our new short sessions will not only help this student population, but also the many Charlotte residents who want to take those first steps toward achieving their academic goals before the end of the year.”
CPCC is offering 12-week, eight-week and four-week class sessions this fall. The beginning of each session varies – some sessions start as early as the second week of September, while others begin as late as the last week in October.
The College’s short sessions will focus on those classes that are typically in highest demand at CPCC and tend to fill quickly; these include reading, math, English, nursing, and communications courses among others.
Interested individuals may still apply for financial aid, take any necessary placement tests, attend orientation and register for these classes. To learn how to get started, please call 704.330.6006 or for instructions on how to search and register for short session classes, go to https://www.cpcc.edu/features/fall-short-sessions.