Need a Lift? Come to the Academic Learning Center (Free Tutoring)

CPCC’s Academic Learning Centers provide tutoring support for: Tutoring

  • Math
  • Accounting
  • Science
    • Chemistry
    • Physics
    • Natural Sciences
  • Writing
    • Sentence Structure, Grammar, and Punctuation
    • Essays, Term Papers, and Citations

Tutoring services are not just for students struggling with classwork, but it is also for students who want to stay ahead. We provide help with Study Skills, Time Management, and Test Anxiety. Visit our website for more details   http://www.cpcc.edu/academic_learning or call us at 704.330.6474. Centers are located at Central, Cato, Levine and Merancas Campuses.

 

Learn About the Collegiate Recovery Community

The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at Central Piedmont Community College is a program for students who are in recovery from addictive disorders including alcohol, drugs and eating disorders. Students can engage with and seek support from students fighting the same battles as well as have access to supportive faculty and staff members on Central Campus. The program is designed to assist these students with any struggles they may have in maintaining sobriety while being a successful college student.  The CRC meets weekly on Wednesday at noon in Belk 5107.  In addition, the CRC has established a 12 Step Model Support Group meeting that meets Thursday at noon in Belk 5101.

For more information about the CRC contact Tony Beatty at tony.beatty@cpcc.edu or at 704.330.2722, extension 3481.

Visit Nothing But Noodles on Nov. 5 to Help CPCC’s Study Abroad Program

Did you know that the number one cause of death of women in Peru is cervical cancer? The main reason for this statistic is limited access to the screenings we take for granted. CPCC Medical Career students are participating in a global medical service learning experience by spending two weeks in Cusco, Peru, to support women’s health through cervical cancer screenings and other health screenings such as immunizations and laboratory work.
To assist with this cause, Nothing But Noodles has generously decided to donate 15 percent of its proceeds to CPCC’s Study Abroad – Medical Service Learning initiative.
To participate, simply visit the Nothing But Noodles location at 1605 Elizabeth Ave. on Wednesday, Nov. 5 and mention “CPCC Study Abroad” at the register. You can support the cause by dining at anytime throughout the day, dining in or carryout orders apply.
Thank you for your support!

Got Recovery? Need a Meeting?

The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at Central Piedmont Community College is a student club for students who in recovery from addictive disorders including alcohol, drugs and eating disorders. Students can engage with and seek support from students fighting the same battles as well as have access to supportive faculty and staff members on Central Campus. The program is designed to assist these students with any struggles they may have in maintaining sobriety while being a successful college student.

As part of creating safe spaces for recovering students, the CRC has established two weekly, 12-Step Support Group Meetings on Central Campus.  These meetings are open for any student in recovery.  The meetings are held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday and at noon on Thursday on Central Campus in Belk 1100.  Come in the front of the Belk Building and turn left at the elevator and the room is immediately on the left.

For more information contact Tony Beatty, CRC Faculty Advisor, at tony.beatty@cpcc.edu or Jeff King at jking032@email.cpcc.edu.