Planning to Take Online Classes? There’s a New Process to Prepare.

Are you planning to take an online course for the first time at Central Piedmont? If you’re new to the college’s online learning – or have not successfully completed an online class here at the college within the last three years – the Online Learning Intro must be completed before you can register for online classes. Here’s what to know:

  • Thinking of taking Central Piedmont’s online classes for the first time? The college now has the Online Learning Intro and it must be completed before registering for our online classes. Don’t wait until the day you register, complete it today so you’re ready to go.
  • Unsure if taking online classes is the best option for you? Complete Central Piedmont’s Online Learning Intro to find out now.

Please note: If you were admitted to Central Piedmont after summer 2018, have never registered for curriculum classes of any kind, and are attempting to only register for 100% online classes, please contact the ITS Helpdesk immediately at 704.330.5000 to set up your Blackboard account. Once your account is created, please return to the Online Learning Intro website and follow the instructions for accessing the orientation.

If you have questions, please visit the “Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)” section of the Online Learning Intro site or contact the ITS Help Desk at 704.330.5000 or helpdesk@cpcc.edu.

 

 

New Process to Prepare for Central Piedmont’s Online Classes

Central Piedmont is committed to delivering high-quality educational experiences to our students. Part of that commitment means ensuring you’re prepared for what to expect in your courses, which puts you in a better position for success. A new example of that is the Online Learning Introduction. The Online Learning “Intro” is a 100% online, on-demand orientation designed to prepare you for the unique demands of online learning.

For students who are new to Central Piedmont’s online learning – or have not successfully completed an online class here at the college within the last three years – the Online Learning Intro must be completed before you can register for online classes. Here’s what to know:

  • Thinking of taking Central Piedmont’s online classes for the first time? As of Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, the college will implement the Online Learning Intro and it must be completed before registering for our online classes. Don’t wait until the day you register, complete it today so you’re ready to go.
  • Unsure if taking online classes is the best option for you? Complete Central Piedmont’s Online Learning Intro to find out now.

Please note: If you were admitted to CPCC after summer 2018, have never registered for curriculum classes of any kind, and are attempting to only register for 100% online classes, please contact the ITS Helpdesk immediately at 704.330.5000 to setup your Blackboard account. Once your account is created, please return to the Online Learning Intro website and follow the instructions for accessing the orientation.

If you have questions, please visit the “Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)” section of the Online Learning Intro site or contact the ITS Help Desk at 704.330.5000 or helpdesk@cpcc.edu.

CPCC Now Offers 27 Fully Online Degree, Diploma and Certificate Academic Programs

CPCC now offers an Associate in Arts (AA) and an Associate in Science (AS) degree track that can be completed fully online – no in-person classroom time required – plus 25 certificates, diplomas and Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees in computer technology Advising Advice: Learning Style Surveyintegration, business, criminal justice, office assisting, construction management and more.

CPCC will offer 1,064 fully online classes for the fall 2013 semester. The subject areas include foreign language, science, math, English, humanities, communication, sociology, psychology, art, music, religion, business, office assistant, health information technology, education, criminal justice, business, marketing, and human resources.

To learn more about CPCC’s online programs and resources, visit www.cpcc.edu/academics/online.