Available Student Services

There is a new way for students, faculty and staff to access the schedule for student services at all campuses.  It’s called Available Student Services, and it is a one-stop shop schedule for services at all campuses.  If you ever wanted to know the schedule for testing, student IDs, financial aid and any other student services at all campuses, this is a great resource for you! Please use the following link and click on See ALL Student Services to view the schedule. http://www.cpcc.edu/ess/campus-based-ess


Attend Open House on October 17!


Are you nearing that time to declare your major and finding it difficult to decide which path to take? Let us help you! CPCC will be hosting our annual Open House event on Saturday, October 17 from 10AM – 1PM in the Worrell Building (just across the street from the Elizabeth Building). All the college’s academic divisions will be represented and faculty and staff will be on hand to answer your questions. There will be more than 60 tables representing CPCC’s academic programs, student services departments and student groups. In addition, there will be prize giveaways, refreshments and the 100 Main Beef and BBQ Food Truck will be on site serving up their delicious plates and sides.

Come take advantage of the opportunity to learn more about the programs you are interested in. Whether it’s Science and Engineering, Health, Early Childhood Education, or Simulation and Game Development, we’ve got you covered. Come to Open House and keep your educational path moving in the right direction!

Save the date and join us! Open House will be held at Central Campus in the Taylor Gym (Worrell Building) on Saturday, October 17, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.


Learn More About CPCC – Attend the Oct. 24 Open House

Want to find out more about our programs and services at CPCC? Open House

CPCC Open House

Thursday, Oct. 24; drop in from 4 – 6:30 p.m.

Worrell building, Taylor Gym (Central Campus)

1228 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte, NC 28204

You’re invited to CPCC’s Open House to find out what makes us one of the top community colleges in the nation! You will have the opportunity to speak with college reps and program chairs at more than 50 information tables representing academic programs, student services and college activities. Staff can also assist you during these breakout sessions:

• Get started (enrollment steps for new students)

• Paying for college (FAFSA, scholarship and loan information)

• Career and College Promise (dual enrollment)

• Featured programs (new academic programs at the college) 


The College offers nearly 300 degree, diploma and certification programs across its six convenient campuses and online. You can gain industry-recognized credentials fast while enjoying smaller class sizes. Learn the skills needed for an in-demand career now or quickly earn your degree and transfer to a four-year college.


Full-time students typically attend a semester of college at CPCC for approximately $1,500. Many students receive grants and scholarships to ensure they receive a first-rate education without going into debt.


Our students find exciting, well-paying careers after they complete their studies. That’s why CPCC is an outstanding choice for college so you can get in, get out and get on your way to success!

For more information: outreach@cpcc.edu, 704.330.6637 or www.cpcc.edu/go/openhouse

Free parking is available in the faculty/staff deck on 4th Street (access Worrell building from deck).


Money Smart

TRiO-Student Support Services, Fifth Third Bank and Corporate and Continuing Education/Financial Services Institute are sponsoring a series of financial literacy workshops. The Money Smart workshops are held on Thursdays through April 19 in Central High 110, from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.  The sessions are free to students and employees.  All are encouraged to attend this very timely subject.  For the schedule and more information about the workshops, please visit www.cpcc.edu/triosss/money-smart-workshops

Conversation with the Delany Sisters – Celebrating Black History Month

Don’t miss, “A Conversation with the Delany Sisters,” adapted from Emily Mann’s “Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years” to celebrate Black History Month at CPCC.  The play stars Lillie Ann Oden as Bessie and Corlis A. Hayes as Sadie. Corlis

Delany Sisters

The Delany Sisters

is also the director of the play; musical accompaniment by Larry Fitz, and post-show discussion facilitated by Calvin Walton, member of the CPCC Diversity Committee.  Admission is FREE!

When: Tuesday, February 21, 2012, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Where: Tate Hall, Overcash Building

Sponsors:  CPCC Library and Student Services