During news coverage of the recent suspect hunt connected to the Boston Marathon bombings, you might have heard the phrase, “shelter in place.” The term was used to tell students at MIT and residents in the Boston area to stay indoors where they were until they received further instructions from law enforcement officials. “Shelter in [...]
As the 2012 fall semester approaches its conclusion, here are some safety tips to remember while on campus and as you’re out and about during the holiday season. Typically, crimes such as robberies, burglaries and thefts increase slightly during the holiday season. Please take extra care to safeguard your property, lock your vehicles and/or [...]
Parking at CPCC This parking article will show you where to park and how to get to all of our campuses. Take a moment to read it and study the campus maps and adjacent streets to plan your best route. Visitor parking is allowed in designated areas. Fees, North Carolina statutes and codified CPCC regulations: Campus Access, [...]
All four travel lanes at the intersection of Charlottetowne and Elizabeth Avenues now have “NO TURN ON RED” signs to improve pedestrian safety. Take note of the new signage. Help keep pedestrians safe on campus and avoid points on your license. Running a red light could mean a penalty of three points on your license!
CPCC students, Are classes cancelled because of severe weather? Is my campus closed because of a safety emergency? Stay informed in the event of a campus emergency by signing up for Critical Alert. You’ll receive text message alerts and direct phone calls to get important information to you quickly. You can also check 704.330.6888 (recorded information line), [...]