Returning to Campus

Central Piedmont is taking a phased approach to allow some students and employees to return to campus. Everyone is expected to follow the safety policies and practices outlined in our return to campus guides to make the gradual return to campus as safe as possible.

Return to Campus Guides

You need to wear a face covering and practice social distancing when you are on campus. The college will continue to include guidance from the State of North Carolina, the NC Community College System Office, Mecklenburg County, and other agencies, like the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in our plans and practices.

Health Acknowledgement Form

Everyone going to a Central Piedmont campus must submit a Health Acknowledgement form weekly. By submitting the form, you attest to your current good health and lack of any known recent contact with COVID-19. You are also declaring your commitment to following safety best practices while on campus.

Central Piedmont ID

With everyone's face covered, it is important for security to be able to quickly identify who is a college employee or student. You must wear and display your college ID card at all times when you are on campus. Your college ID must be up-to-date with the current college logo. Employees can find detailed information on how to get a new ID on page 7 of the Employee Return to Campus guide.

Wellness Stations

Beginning in the fall semester, each campus will be staffed with Wellness Stations and Student Affairs Information Desks to provide resources and answer student questions about the pandemic and the return to campus.

Plans for the Fall Semester

Central Piedmont is working on what a return to campus will look and feel like this fall. Our plan right now is to welcome students back for fall semester with in-person and many hybrid and blended online course options.