Spring 2010 Semester


Curriculum Course Guides are expected to appear on-line, October 20, and on campus, November 6.

Remember to register early for best selection! The grids below provide priority dates for currently enrolled students, the first open registration date for new and returning students and dates with extended in-person service hours.  If you are a currently enrolled student, you will receive notification of your assigned priority registration date via your CPCC email account.

Registration services are available by INTERNET almost round the clock.  In-person assistance is available at all CPCC campuses during normal business hours, Monday-Thursday 8AM-6PM, Fridays, 8AM-5PM and during extended hours as published.

SPRING REGISTRATION (November 9 - January 8) :

Priority Registration - Currently enrolled FALL students in degree, diploma, or certificate programs with:
50+ completed* credits Nov. 9 (7:30 am)
24-49 completed* credits Nov. 10 (7:30 am)
All other currently enrolled students Nov. 11 (7:30 am)
Open Registration Nov. 12
Concurrent Enrollment (In person Only): Jan.   6  (7:30 am)
*For purposes of priority registration, completed credits do not include ungraded classes, audits, grades of “I” or “F”, literacy classes, or non-credit continuing education classes.
Students on academic probation or suspension cannot register during priority registration.  They may be able to register after grades are posted with assistance from a faculty advisor, academic advisor or counselor.  Suspended students must see a counselor.


Regular Hours:
* The college will be closed November 26 - 29 and December 22 - January 1.
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Extended Hours:
January 4 - 7 (Monday - Thursday) 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
January 8      (Friday) 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Visit our Cashiering website for information on tuition, fees, payment deadlines and the refund policy.


  • Add Classes - Classes can be added at any point from the beginning of the published registration period through the first meeting of any given class.
  • Drop Classes - Classes can be dropped up to the 10% date of the class and will not appear on the student's record. Classes dropped on or after the 10% date are withdrawals.  
    Refund Policy.


No student will be allowed to change from an audit to a credit designation or from a credit to an audit designation after:

  • the first 4 weeks of a 16-week term
    (28 calendar days including the first day of the term)
  • the first 2 weeks of an 8-week term
    (14 calendar days including the first day of the term)
  • the first week of a 4-week term
    (7 calendar days including the first day of the term)


Visit our Admissions webpage for more information about being admitted to Central Piedmont Community College.