In light of COVID-19 health directive clarifications now provided by the Mecklenburg County Public Health Department -- and adhering to our stringent pandemic safety protocols -- Central Piedmont will move some career and technical education classes back to on-campus, in-person delivery as of January 14. Check your student email for details.
Class sections that began the semester as online or hybrid will continue online until Feb. 2, at which time the college will provide further guidance. Students with questions about the mode of their classes – online or on-campus – should contact their instructors directly and check Blackboard.
Academic Affairs at Central Piedmont is committed to delivering an exceptional educational experience that prepares students to become lifelong learners and leaders in their professions and communities.
We deliver exceptional educational experiences through Critical Core employment competencies, addressing the regional skills gap, providing hands-on training via workplace learning, and increasing the talent pipeline through partnerships with CMS and the UNC system.
Central Piedmont seeks to create environments that generate positive, nurturing, and learning-focused experiences. Student success is possible, in large part, because of the dedicated work of faculty and staff who make student learning a priority.
Academic Affairs serves as a resource for faculty teaching and administrative responsibilities and oversees College Senate (Central Piedmont login required).