Levine Campus students: Construction along Campus Ridge Rd. near the Levine Campus is now compete.
Are you looking for a new opportunity to meet new people, help your campus community and make a little money at the same time? Levine Campus has a Food Pantry Coordinator position currently available and we want YOU! The Levine Campus Food Pantry is open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1-3:30 p.m., and in order to be considered for this opportunity, you must be able to work during these times. Please visit the Service-Learning Food Pantry website for more details and to find the application for this position.
If you are interested or have any questions, please contact the Levine Campus Service-Learning Coordinator, Lindsey.Graves@cpcc.edu or 704.330.2722, ext. 7375.
When: January 24 & 25, 2018 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. Painting times are in one (1) hour blocks on January 24 and 25 in the hours between noon – 5 p.m.
Where: 1st floor of the Levine Building II, Levine Campus, 2800 Campus Ridge Rd. Matthews, NC 28105
For more information, contact Art Galleries Director, Megan Lynch, at Megan.Lynch@cpcc.edu.
Join us as the CPCC Film Club presents “Heaven”
Written by Krzysztof Kieslowski Directed by Tom Tykwer
FREE EVENT OPEN FOR ALL!
- Fresh popcorn, film and discussion
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Levine Campus Auditorium (LV2150)
“Heaven” is part of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s film trilogy “Heaven,” “Hell” and “Purgatory.” As in his other films, “Heaven” reflects the ambiguities of good and evil and existence. Philippa is a teacher of English in Turin, Italy. She is a good woman who is prepared to sacrifice herself to fight against evil, but through a great misfortune she may have done evil herself. Facilitated by: Daniela Weinert, CPCC German Instructor.
Crews working on the Monroe Expressway project will permanently close CPCC Lane to through traffic at 7 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 7, weather permitting.
Once the closure is in place, motorists will not be able to access CPCC Lane from U.S. 74 (Independence Blvd.). A cul-de-sac will be built at the end of the road as part of its final configuration. Advance warning signs are currently in place to notify motorists of the new pattern.
Updated directions to Levine Campus
The CPCC Levine Campus’ physical address is: 2800 Campus Ridge Rd., Matthews, NC 28105
Campus Ridge Rd. remains accessible from Monroe Rd.
To access Campus Ridge Rd. from Independence Blvd. (Hwy. 74):
- Continue on Independence Blvd./Hwy 74 past CPCC Lane
- Take a RIGHT at the first traffic light onto Stallings Road
- Take a RIGHT at the first traffic light onto Matthews Indian Trail Road
- Take a LEFT at the end of road onto CPCC Lane
- Continue to campus parking as normal
Please leave early when coming to campus to allow additional time in case of traffic issues or congestion with this new road closure.
For updates, visit cpcc.edu.
Now that it’s getting warmer, stay alert for wildlife on all CPCC campuses.
To date, there has been at least one snake sighting at Levine. Please be on the look out as you make your way around campus. If you see a snake or other wild animal, please keep your distance and alert College Security Services as soon as possible.
In addition to snakes, Canada geese are once again establishing nests on CPCC’s campuses; the largest concentration can be found at the Levine Campus. They are a federally protected species. The geese can become extremely aggressive and territorial if they feel their nests are being threatened, so please try to avoid the geese if possible. If provoked or if the geese feel their nest is in danger, their natural defense is to chase or attack any threat. Therefore, please proceed with caution as you travel to/from campus.
The CPCC Levine Campus and the German Discipline, led by Daniela Weinert, will be offering The German Connection – Career Fair at Levine Campus on January 26.
There are almost 300 companies from German-speaking Europe in the greater Charlotte area. Attend our event with your students to:
Attention students! Plan to attend the Levine Campus Volunteer & Part-Time Job Fest this Thursday, Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the second floor of Levine Building II. More than 15 companies will be on campus actively recruiting students for part-time jobs and nonprofit agencies will be talking about service opportunities. For a list of employers attending, visit the Career Services Events page.
Make a great first impression. Dress in business casual attire and bring copies of your resume. You can submit your resume to Career Services at email@example.com to receive a professional resume review. Questions about business casual dress? Visit the Career Services Pinterest page for tips.
All students from all campuses are invited to attend. See you there!
The Levine Campus Student Government Council and Student Life invite our CPCC family of students, faculty, staff and administration and their families to our 15th Annual Free Johnny Appleseed Kids and Family Festival Thursday, Sept. 24 ( the week of Johnny’s 241st birthday), from 5 – 7 p.m. in the Levine Campus Atrium.
John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, was born September 26, 1774. He had a great love for all humanity and all living things, and spent much of his life distributing apple trees to the settlers of the American frontier. He loved to tell stories of his adventures to the children he met as he traveled. Johnny Appleseed believed that we must try to live simply and in harmony with the natural world. Here’s a link for more information. http://cleveland.about.com/od/peopleandpets/p/johnnyappleseed.htm
Please join us at the Levine Campus Atrium as we celebrate the birthday of one of America’s great frontier heroes. The free festivities begin with the fabulous The Kollard Kings playing some foot-tapping, hand-clapping, down-home tunes on fiddle, banjo, and guitar. We’ll also have storytelling, coloring, games, and this year’s fresh crop of apples picked just in time for Johnny’s birthday. Everything is free for our CPCC apple-loving family and their families, including southern style macaroni and cheese for dinner and apple pie for dessert.
This event is particularly designed to be a chance for our students with children, or students with younger sisters and brothers to bring their families and enjoy a student life activity together.
UNCC Transfer Talks at Central and Levine
You are invited to attend a presentation given by UNC Charlotte admissions reps. They will talk with CPCC students about the transfer process to UNCC and answer questions.
FREE pizza and drinks will be provided.
Central Campus- Tuesday September 22, 1-2 p.m., Elizabeth Classroom Building, Room 1110
Levine Campus– Wednesday, September 30, 1-2 p.m., Levine, Room 2212
UNCC Veterans Visit
CPCC Veteran students are invited to attend a transfer admission presentation given by UNCC Veterans Affairs and Admissions Representatives.
Central Campus- Wednesday, September 23, noon-1:30 p.m., Central High Building, Room 307
Transfer Tuesday Schedule – September 22, 2015
Central Campus – Elizabeth Classroom Building Lobby
|10 a.m. – 1 p.m.||1:30 – 4:30 p.m.|
|Fayetteville State University||Ft. Hayes State University|
|NC A&T University||UNC Pembroke|
Levine Campus – Levine Main Lobby
|10 a.m. – 1 p.m.|
|Ft. Hayes State University|
Cato Campus – Cato Lobby
|10 a.m. – 1 p.m.|
Merancas Campus – TS Building Hallway
|10am – 1pm|
|Chamberlain College of Nursing|
For more information about Transfer Tuesdays and other services offered by the Transfer Resource Center, please visit our website at www.cpcc.edu/ican/trc.
If you attend or visit the CPCC Levine Campus in the coming days and weeks, please be aware of the Canada geese on the property. They are a federally protected species.
Nesting season has started for the geese and many of the birds have established nests throughout the property. (One nest is located at the corner of Levine I, across from the Joe Hendrick Center for Automotive Technology.)
As a result, the geese have become extremely aggressive and territorial as they seek to protect their nests. CPCC College Security is asking the CPCC community to avoid the geese if possible. If provoked or if the geese feel their nest is in danger, their natural defense is to chase or attack any threats. Therefore, please proceed with caution as you travel to/from campus.
What steps has Germany taken to emerge as the world’s first major renewable energy economy? And how can the U.S. use Germany as a best practices model? To answer these questions and more, CPCC will host Brigitte Hartenstein, CFO of STEAG Energy Services, a German company located in Kings Mountain, N.C.
- how Germany has been able to transition to renewable energy so quickly.
- the future of sustainable energy in the U.S.