Student Opportunities & Events

American Association for Women in Community College (AAWCC):

American Association for Women in Community College is guided in all of its endeavor by a firm commitment to equity and excellence in education and employment for women in community, junior and technical colleges.

Central Piedmont Historical Association (CPHA):

The Central Piedmont Historical Association is for all at CPCC who are interested in historical information who wants to cultivate and further the interest.


The National Honor Society in psychology for community and junior colleges. Meets on every Mondays in Overcash 305 from 11:30pm-12:30pm.

CPCC ROTARACT of Merancas:

This is a service club that meets the Second and Fourth Fridays of each month in TS 241.

MUN Club:

Model United Nations is a student organization who meets to discuss world events and politics.

Phi Theta Kappa:

Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society for 2-year colleges.

Sociology/Psychology Association (SPA):

SPA provides an opportunity for students interested in Sociology and Psychology to come together and further their interest.

CPCC Film Club:

The CPCC Film Club meets once a month during Fall and Spring semesters to show movies of cultural interest to faculty, staff,  and students. Movies are shown on Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium at Levine Campus (LV 2150) and are hosted by a club member who introduces the themes of the movie and leads a discussion following the film. Instructors are encouraged to used the movies for critical thinking exercises.

Movies are free, and so is the popcorn.

The College Dems of CPCC:

The College Dems of CPCC is a student organization that aims to foster civil discourse amongst students about the important social, political, and economic issues surrounding both the local Charlotte area as well as broader state and federal issues.  We hold meetings regular meetings (2-4 times a month) usually at the Levine campus where we have guest speakers, movie nights, informal presentations about local politics and key bills in congress and the senate, and discussions (not heated arguments) regarding various topics relating to contemporary economic, social, and political topics that have a significant impact on our lives as students and United States citizens.  In the spirit of civil discourse we aim to offer a place where understanding one another’s perspectives and viewpoints is the guiding principle for all interactions within the club and hope that everyone walks away from each meeting knowing a little more and thinking about the world a little differently.  If you are curious at all about the club and wondering how you might get involved feel free to contact Dr. Sheri Kahn ( or Dr. Nathan Wood ( for more information.