Project Life Typing Drive

The Project Life Movement, a campus-based national marrow donor organization, is dedicated to saving lives and curing cancer and other diseases by identifying and registering volunteers for marrow and tissue donation. For

Project Life

Project Life

over thirty years, one of the best kept secrets in providing cures for cancers like leukemia & lymphoma and for diseases like sickle cell anemia has been bone marrow donation and transplantation. In 1987, a federal mandate created the National Marrow Donor Program. The program had a simple goal: connecting volunteer donors with patients whose only chance for a cure was a bone marrow transplant.

Project Life is partnering with Central Piedmont Community College for the fourth year to educate students, faculty and staff at CPCC about serving as a bone marrow donor.  The year’s goal is to recruit 600 potential new donors who will be added to the National Bone Marrow Registry List.  Click here to read more about Project Life. Since then, thousands of individuals have participated, and the program has grown to include 10 other college campuses in North Carolina. CPCC is proud to be included among these higher education institutions and house the first active Project Life chapter in the Charlotte metro area.
The Cytotechnology Student Association, the Student Government Association, and Phi Theta Kappa Honorary Fraternity are all partnering with Student Life & Service-Learning to support this initiative. We would love to have you come out and be a part of the Movement and help save a life!
Please contact Jenn Marts, Central Campus Service-Learning Coordinator, for more details (Jenn.Marts@cpcc.edu), for more information or to join us at one of our upcoming Project Life events! We hope you decide to be a potential donor or Project Life Volunteer!
Project Life Typing Drives at each CPCC  Campus


Cato Campus 

Wednesday, Feb. 11

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Location: Atrium

 

Levine Campus

Thursday, Feb. 12

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Location: By Student Life


Merancas Campus

Tuesday, Feb. 24

9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: TS Hallway

Harper Campus

Tuesday, Feb. 24

10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Location: TBA

Project Life Expert Panel

TBA in March 2015

Location and Time TBA

Harris Campus

Tuesday, April 14

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Location: Harris I Lobby

Central Campus

Wednesday, April 15

Thursday, April 16

Both days 9 a.m. -4 p.m.

Location: Outside of the Belk Building

New Review Videos and Practice Tests for ACCUPLACER Placement Tests

Have you taken the ACCUPLACER placement tests?

Have you taken the ACCUPLACER placement tests?

Have you taken the ACCUPLACER placement tests?  Did you study?  Were there questions you just couldn’t remember how to solve?  If so, you’re not alone.  The ACCUPLACER placement tests are the first tests most new students will take, and it’s essential to make sure you’re prepared.  To aid in your preparation, CPCC faculty and staff have created new, online review videos and practice tests for you to take.  The videos and practice tests can be accessed from the Testing Center’s website at www.cpcc.edu/testing_assessment/placement-testing. Simply select the link for ACCUPLACER Practice Tests, Review Videos and Study Guides. Remember, being prepared for the placement tests is one of the most important things you can do as you begin your college career.  For more information, including testing hours, please visit the Testing Center at www.cpcc.edu/testing_assessment.