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Student Experience

At Central Piedmont, your education is more than what you learn in class. The options for getting involved are endless.

Find a club to join, talk to the Student Life representative on your campus to join Student Government Association, attend an event, or get involved at your campus.

Central Piedmont offers over 70 officially-sanctioned student organizations, a variety of opportunities to help support your interest in discovering and enhancing your own leadership skills, and recreational and fitness opportunities to promote a safe and fun atmosphere for you to participate in intramural sports, recreational events, and fitness activities. Additionally, the Service-Learning Center serves as a liaison between instructors, students, and placement site coordinators for a wide variety of service opportunities.

To stay up-to-date on events, exhibitions, news about your peers, and more, subscribe to the Central Piedmont Today newsletter.

Connect to Success

Achieve your personal and academic goals at Central Piedmont by connecting to any of our free services, such as tutoring with the Academic Learning Center, Academic Advising, the Transfer Resource Center, and TRIO Student Support Services.

Academic Resources

Get Connected

Connect to people. Connect to experience. Connect to your future. Whether you're a new or returning student, the comprehensive assortment of services, resources, and opportunities at Central Piedmont will help you grow to reach your full potential as a student or professional.

Connect to Support

We have departments dedicated to helping you should you have any difficulty that will affect your learning or well-being, such as the Center for Military Families and Veterans, Counseling Services, Disability Services, and mentoring opportunities.

Student Support Services
Our college community is full of students and staff who love meeting people and helping others. Reach out and connect with us. We’ll do everything we can to make your Central Piedmont experience a good one. Brad Bostian, Executive Director, Student Success Navigators