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How did your spring break go? Hopefully you were able to relax and rejuvenate for the final push through the spring semester. Believe it or not, but you are halfway through the semester. If you are currently enrolled in a 16-week class, keep an eye on your CPCC student email. Your midterm STAR Student Success […]

Maybe you haven’t gotten off to the best start during the spring semester. You might have even received an intervention email alerting you of unsatisfactory academic progress. Don’t stress about it just yet!  The STAR Student Success Program can help you. This FREE service will help provide you the necessary resources needed to get you […]

Perhaps you received an intervention email alerting you of unsatisfactory academic progress. Or maybe you are unsure about what your true passion is and are feeling uncertain about why you are taking classes. Maybe you’re the person who is working a part-time job, taking classes and trying to balance life? The good news is you […]

We have extended the Levine Campus Navig8tor program until Friday, March 21 (Friday of the week following spring break). NAVIG8TOR is Student Life’s newest student success program, designed solely to get you to the places on our campuses that are critical to your success. Perhaps you’ve heard about free tutoring on our campuses, but don’t know where […]

NAVIG8TOR is Student Life’s newest student success program, designed solely to get you to the places on our campuses that are critical to your success. Perhaps you’ve heard about free tutoring on our campuses, but don’t know where they are? With NAVIG8TOR, we help you discover those locations, so you can see for yourself how each service can help […]

The MAN UP Program is looking for passionate students!  The program is designed to help minority male students transition to college and succeed at Central Piedmont Community College.  The program has served more than 400 minority males over the last three years! Visit us on the Central Campus in the Overcash building, room 215. For general information […]

CPCC alumna Kitty Kolb, is serving as a geographer with the U.S. Geological Survey North Carolina Water Science Center. Learn how she’s applying her Associate of Applied Science degree from CPCC to her new role here.

Emily Boggs, a cytotechnology program student at CPCC and a resident of Charlotte, N.C., is the recipient of two scholarships – the North Carolina Society of Cytology $500 Scholarship, awarded at the organization’s annual winter meeting on Feb. 4 in Raleigh-Durham; and a $1,000 Siemens-American Society of Clinical Pathology Scholarship, a national scholarship that recognizes excellence in the […]

CPCC would like to extend congratulations to John Hundley, a student who recently had his first novel published – “The Draculata Nest.” It’s the first book in a trilogy and tells the story of a middle-aged student attending CPCC. Much of the book’s backdrop is set in and around the CPCC campus. The books is […]

Here are links to some of the media coverage of President Obama’s State of the Union address, including his recognition of CPCC and our efforts to train dislocated workers such as Jackie Bray. Our strong partnerships with companies – including Siemens – further our efforts to become the national leader in workforce development. Guest List […]