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.
In addition to the normal struggles with coursework, relationship issues, and working on their recovery program, students in recovery also have to contend with the college environment, which is often unofficially organized around alcohol and other drug use. The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) offers an alternative. It provides a supportive environment within the campus culture that reinforces the decision to disengage from addictive behaviors. It provides a community of peers with shared experiences, goals and values around recovery. It offers an educational opportunity alongside recovery support to ensure that students do not have to sacrifice one for the other. It reinforces accountability for recovering students that comes from self, peers and higher education staff. And finally, it provides a normative college experience for individuals in recovery apart from the culture of drinking/substance use that is present on today’s campuses.
The CRC meets every Monday at 12:15 p.m. to plan events and fellowship. The meeting is on Central Campus in Worrell, Room 1130. The CRC has Support Group Meetings on Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. and on Thursday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. These meetings also are held in Worrell, Room 1130. Students can engage with and seek support from other 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.
For more information about the CRC, contact Tony Beatty at email@example.com or at 704-330-2722, ext. 3481.