Consumer Information

The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, requires institutions to provide easy access to information for students. This page contains links to information resources for students.

The following student financial assistance and institutional information regarding the College is available upon request through appropriate publications, mailings or electronic media, to all enrolled and prospective students. You can obtain the information by contacting Financial Aid Office or by accessing our website at www.cpcc.edu.

  • School profile on the National Center for Education Statistics’ website. This is a comprehensive site maintained by the Department of Education. It contains information on many aspects of the College including costs, aid, accreditations, and graduation rates.
  • Common Data SetThe Common Data Sent (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board.

 

General Institutional Information

About Central Piedmont Community College

Academic Policies

Achieving the Dream

Articulation Agreements

Assistance Available for Federal, State and Institutional Programs

Bookstore Information

Code of Conduct

Computer Classroom and Open Lab Usage

Information for Veterans, Students With Military Service

Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers

Institutional and Program Accreditation, Approval and Licensure

Peer to Peer File Sharing

Price of Attendance

Refund Policy

Student Academic Integrity

Student Activities

Student Policies and Procedures

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Transfer of Credit Policies

Vaccination Policy

Financial Aid Information

Assistance Available for Federal, State, and Institutional Programs

Eligibility Requirements

Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers

Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations

Financial Aid Code of Conduct

Gainful Employment

      Net Price Calculator

      Privacy of Student Records: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

      Return of Federal Financial Aid (if a financial aid student completely withdrawals)

      Student Financial Assistance

      Student Loan Information

      Student Rights and Responsibilities

      Withdrawal Policy


      Veterans Information

      Information for Veterans, Students with Military Service


      Copyright Infringement

      Copyright Policy

      Copyright Law of the United States of America

      Peer to Peer File Sharing


      Educational Programs

      Administrative Office Management

      Classroom Management

      Facilities Management

      Health and Safety

      All Hazards Plan

      Annual Security Report

      Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

      Emergency Response/Evacuation-Drills

      Emergency Response/Evacuation-Notification

      Emergency Response/Evacuation Plan

      Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities

       

      Student Outcomes

      Graduation, Retention & Transfer-out Rates

      Job Placement for Graduates

       

        General Institutional Information:

          1. About Central Piedmont Community College - Learn about the College's campus news and event, its leadership teams, philosophy and vision and more.
          2. Academic Policies - More information on policies and committee.
          3. Achieving the Dream - Information on the new Initiative designed to identify new strategies to improve student success, close achievement gaps, and increase retention and completion rates.
          4. Articulation Agreements - Information pertaining to the college's Comprehensive Articulation Agreement
          5. Bookstore Information - the Barnes and Nobles Bookstore
          6. Code of Conduct - The college's Code of Conduct that is required of all students.
          7. Computer Classroom and Open Lab Usage - Instructional Technology Services maintains over 170 computer labs and classroom intended for student use.
          8. Institutional and Program Accreditation, Approval and Licensure - List of previous college catalogs which shows the Program Accreditation, Approval and Licensure.
          9. Price of Attendance - The college's tuition and fees.
          10. Refund Policy - The college's refund policy.
          11. Student Academic Integrity - More information on the college's 7.10 Student Academic Intergrity Policy
          12. Student Activities - Student Life information.
          13. Student Policies and Procedures - A list of the college's Policies and Procedures related to students, Section 7.
          14. Transfer of Credit Policies - The college's policy 5.01, Credit from Other Institutions and Agency
          15. Vaccination Policy - The college's policy related to immunizations required/exempted for admission.

             

            Financial Aid Information:

              1. Assistance Available for Federal, State and Institutional Programs - The college's list of available scholarships, grants, private/alternative loans and other resources for students.
              2. Eligibility Requirements - The eligibility requirements for students interested in applying for the FAFSA (Free Application for Financial Aid) Application.
              3. Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers - All student borrowers are required to complete Exit Counseling upon completion of earning a degree/certificate. Complete via studentloans.gov.
              4. Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
              5. Financial Aid Code of Conduct
              6. Gainful Employment - Gainful Employment Disclosure Information.
              7. Net Price Calculator - Intended to provide estimated net price information including tuition and required fees minus estimated grant and scholarship aid to current and prospective student and their families based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
              8. Privacy of Student Records: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
              9. Return of Federal Financial Aid (if a financial aid student completely withdrawals)
              10. Student Financial Assistance - The college's Financial Aid website.
              11. Student Loan Information - The college's private and alternative loan options.
              12. Student Rights and Responsibilities - A list of the student's Rights and Responsibilities related to financial aid recipients.
              13. Withdrawal Policy - The financial aid policy on withdrawing from courses.

               

              Veterans Information:

              1. Information for Veterans, Students With Military Service - The college's Veteran's Affairs website.

               

              Copyright Infringement:

                1. Copyright Policy - The college's maintains a website that includes information on policy 6.10 Reproduction of Copyrighted material.
                2. Copyright Law of the United States of America - Information form the United States Copyright Office, a department of the Library of Congress.
                3. Peer to Peer File Sharing - The college's maintains a website that includes information on policy 6.10 Reproduction of Copyrighted material.

                   

                  Educational Program:

                    1. Administrative Office Management - Direct email to the Dean of the Enrollment Management Department.
                    2. Classroom Management - Direct email to the Associate Vice President for Learning and Workforce Development of the Learning and Workforce Development Department.
                    3. Facilities Management - Direct email to the Executive Director, Facilities Management of the Facilities Services Department.


                      Health and Safety:

                        1. All Hazards Plan - The college's all hazards emergency response plan.
                        2. Annual Security Report - The college's security/police services annual report.
                        3. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program - Getting Help access website for students.
                          1. College Policy 7.0 - Conduct of Students
                          2. 7.01 - Drug Free College Policy
                          3. 4.01 - Drug Free College Policy
                        4. Emergency Response - The college's critical alert Emergency notification system
                          1. Evacuation Drills
                          2. Emergency Response/Evacuation-Notification
                          3. Emergency Response/Evacuation Plan
                        5. Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities


                        Student Outcomes

                          1. Graduation, Retention & Transfer-out Rates - Information gathered from the Institute of Education Sciences.
                          2. Job Placement for Graduates - The college's Career Services employmeNC site for students and graduates.


                          Emergency Information

                          Please click here to review our Emergency Information.