Part Time Faculty Development
Welcome from Richard Zollinger, Vice President for Learning
As We are glad that you are now a member of the CPCC community of learners. Part-time faculty provide an invaluable service to Central Piedmont Community College. In many cases, they bring current, real-world expertise to the classroom that can help students relate classroom experiences to the demands of the workplace. In every case, they are concerned about helping students reach their educational goals.
As a Learning College, we are interested in developing our students but we also want to help faculty and staff develop as professionals. Our goal is to assist you in locating the services and resources you need to be successful in the classroom.
Please let us know if we can assist you in any way. Send an email to Office of Professional Development.
The CPCC Attendance System has been enhanced. Watch this video tutorial to learn more.
- Access to the NA (Never Attended) box will close 48 hours after the census date for the class has passed
- For traditional curriculum classes only. For each student that was marked NA by the instructor or NA by the system, the program will automatically record WN (withdraw) in the grading system. In addition, the Attendance system will record any student with all “A” absent codes with NA (Never Attended) and WN (withdraw) in the grading system . This WN grade is final and cannot be changed unless the instructor submits an official electronic grade change request form.
- The Attendance System will automatically close 48 hours after the official end date of curriculum classes
To support your classroom teaching, the College offers a Part-Time Faculty website. Use this site to easily access what you need as you teach at CPCC.
The Faculty Handbook is a resource for all full-time and part-time faculty. Use this as a reference for information about policies, procedures, services and activities that will assist you in carrying out your responsibilities at the College.
Access a variety of CPCC, State, and trending tools, resources, and downloads. These teaching and learning resources are available to support faculty as they continue to teach at CPCC.
These FAQs are intended to answer some of the most common questions about teaching at CPCC.
All employees will complete a minimum of 20 hours of job-related professional development training per year.
The Office of Professional Development at CPCC developed an instructional certification program for part-time faculty.