The Levine Campus offers Business, International and General Studies programs. Our full-service campus also provides college preparatory, GED and college transfer classes, as well as Corporate and Continuing Education classes. The facility includes two art rooms, two biology and three chemistry flex labs, two Student Technology Centers, two dance/aerobics rooms, a fitness/weight room, a Transfer Resource Center and an Academic Learning Center, which includes tutoring, a Language Lab and Placement and Course Testing Services. Our programs provide entry level to advanced educational options and allow students to earn degrees, diplomas, certificates or professional certifications.
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Levine Campus is home to the following programs:
Students taking courses that count for credit toward a degree, diploma or a credit certificate. Levine campus is home to the following curriculum programs:
Non-degree classes for job and career enhancement or personal enrichment. For more information, call 704.330.4223 or go to the Corporate and Continuing Education website.
Classes in GED Preparation, Adult High School, English as a Second Language (ESL), or Pathways to Employment are a part of the new College and Career Readiness Program. If you have questions, go to College and Career Readiness or call 704.330.6129.
Other programs and services
The Levine Campus is also home to the Joe Hendrick Center for Automotive Technology. Each year, the center serves more than 3,000 students who aspire to be automotive technicians as well as technicians who seek updated automotive technical skills.
A partnership between CPCC and CMS, the Levine Middle College High School is designed for high school juniors and seniors who want to complete their high school graduation requirements while earning college credit through CPCC. Applications for admission may be obtained from the CMCHS Principal, Mr. Joey Burch at firstname.lastname@example.org. The high schools close to the Levine Campus are Ardrey Kell, Butler, East Mecklenburg, Independence and Providence.
The Levine Campus also hosts THE Geek Festival each year. In addition to showcasing many of CPCC’s programs and resources, THE Geek Fest features pioneering regional and national businesses and their contributions to a variety of fields and industries that include communications, mobile development, entertainment, gaming, automotive technologies, information technologies, design, programming and much more.
The dean of the Levine Campus is Dr. Edith Valladares McElroy.