Virtual Spirit Friday

Student Life Group shotTo help us continue to keep the Central Piedmont spirit alive as we work and learn remotely, please continue to share pics of yourself (and/or your classmates on Webex calls) from home with us on social media wearing Central Piedmont gear. Just “mention” us in your post for a chance to win by typing  the “at” symbol and our college info (below) in the text of your post:

  • Facebook: @centralpiedmontcc
  • Instagram: @centralpiedmontcc
  • Twitter: @cpcc

For your efforts, you’ll be rewarded  with some Central Piedmont swag when we return to campus!

Thanks to all our students, employees, and alums for being our best brand ambassadors. We can’t wait to see your smiling faces online!

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



Enrollment Verification Activity for Online Students

Effective Spring 2012, all online students must submit an assignment or quiz by a specific date in order to be officially counted in the course. This is a federal requirement. Look for the Enrollment Verification Activity (EVA) identified by your instructor and complete it first thing, but certainly by the indicated deadline. Usually the EVA will be the very first activity that your instructor will have you do.