Dr. Biden will address CPCC’s graduates at the May 14 ceremony, planned for 4 p.m., at the Bojangles’ Coliseum, in Charlotte, N.C. The college anticipates as many as 1,800 students will graduate in May, with approximately 800 participating in the ceremony.
Harold Cogdell Jr., Charlotte attorney and chair of the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners, will serve as Central Piedmont Community College’s 2012 graduation speaker.
CPCC’s 2012 graduation ceremony will take place at 7 p.m., on May 10, at the Bojangles Coliseum, on East Independence Boulevard. The College anticipates as many as 1,000 students to graduate in May, with approximately 700 participating in the ceremony.
Cogdell is serving his second term as an at-large Mecklenburg County Commissioner and his first as chair. He serves on the commission’s Criminal Justice, Health and Community Support Services committees. He served on the Charlotte City Council from 2001-2003, participating on the Budget, Public Safety and Restructuring Government committees.
“We are honored to have Chairman Cogdell as our 2012 graduation speaker,” said Dr. Tony Zeiss, CPCC president. “Harold is a community leader, having served Charlotte and Mecklenburg County for 20 years. Our graduates and their families will be interested to hear what Harold has to say about leadership, service and community involvement.”
CPCC’s graduation ceremony is open to family and friends. Tickets are not required, and parking is free.