What's Going on at Central Piedmont

When classes start, payment dates, performances, student activities, lectures, community activities, and more. Employees, log in to inside.cpcc.edu/calendar to find other important dates.

  • Register for Full Fall Semester/Winter Session

    You can register for classes once you have enrolled, attended orientation, and met with an academic advisor. After open registration ends, you may continue to register for courses in sessions that have not started yet. Learn more about how to register for classes and session start dates.

    Your registration is not final until you have paid your balance due. Check payment dates and methods. You can still register and pay for classes online during times when the college is closed.

  • Disability and Access Services Counseling Sessions

    Do you have questions about Disability and Access Services?

    If you have questions, come see us during walk-in hours to ask questions about classroom accommodations or what to do if you had an IEP or 504 in high school. Staff are available to answer your questions.

    When: Weekly on Wednesdays
    Where: Central Campus
    Time: 1:00-3:45 p.m.
    Contact: disability.counselingservices@cpcc.edu or 704-330-6621

    Note: All services available except accommodation determination.

  • Campus Tours

    Our campus tours are led by one of our student ambassadors and feature all six of our area campuses.

  • Online: Get FAFSA Help

    Get help filling out the FAFSA at a FAFSA workshop.

  • Pop-up Professional Clothing Closet

    Central Piedmont is offering a weekly pop-up professional clothing closet to help students prepare for interviews and careers.

    All current students are eligible to select up to four gently-used outfits to build their wardrobe.

    The closet will be open on Tuesdays from May 24 through August 16, 2022, in Worrell Building, Room 1152.

    Sign up for a shopping date.

    Questions? Contact Mia Mallory.

  • Online: Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Scholarship Information Session

    The Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) scholarship helps community college students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a continuing education student in a high-demand workforce training program that will lead to a state or industry-recognized credential, you may be eligible for a GEER scholarship. Join us for the information session to learn more about the GEER scholarship.

    All sessions are held in Webex. Before joining, learn how to use Webex.

    If you have any questions, contact Sheila Funderburke at 704.330.2722, ext. 3644 or sheila.funderburke@cpcc.edu

  • Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Program Information Session

    Register for a graphic arts and imaging technology information session.

    Do you enjoy drawing and enjoy hands on learning? Are you interested in seeing your art come to life in product design? Learn more about print production in the graphic arts and imaging technology program at one of our information sessions. Printing is America's third largest manufacturing industry, employing 1.1 million people nationwide and with an annual sales of over $640 billion. The printing industry is active locally, with North and South Carolina employing 12,357 and reaching annual sales of $2.2 billion.

    The Central Piedmont graphic arts and imaging technology program will prepare you for a career in print production called flexography, which is the main method for printing product labels and packages. You will also learn about screen printing and anti-counterfeiting measures using the latest technology. Most courses also include custom printing of your personalized designed art. The program will prepare you for a career in subsector print products, such as T-shirts, books, product labels and packaging, magazine covers, brochures, business cards, signage, and promotional materials. Performed support activities include data imaging and design, platemaking services, technical assistance and troubleshooting, as well as supportive roles such as sales and marketing.

  • Independence Day Holiday; College Closed

    No classes; all campus departments and buildings closed. The college will resume normal operations on Tuesday, July 5.

    In the event of an emergency, please contact College Security Services.

    Faculty and staff can find future calendars in the employee intranet.

  • Man Up Mentoring Program Information Session

    Location: Online in Webex (Learn how to use Webex) | Join in Webex

    Are you a Central Piedmont student seeking a mentor, leadership opportunities, or a peer support system during your time as a student? The Man Up mentoring program may be just what you are looking for!

    Man Up provides all-around mentoring and service for any student, male or female, who wants a little extra support to help you with whatever your goal is at Central Piedmont. The program is open to male and female students enrolled in for-college-credit courses. We offer comprehensive activities that promote your personal development, academic improvement, and other social and educational advancement needs to help you realize your goals.

    Join us at a virtual information session to learn more about who your Man Up mentor could be, how you're matched with a mentor, the benefits of joining, and how to apply for Man Up.