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.
Environmental Health and Safety
Central Piedmont Community College is committed to providing a safe and healthful environment for all staff, faculty, students, and visitors of our campuses. The college recognizes that a safe working and learning environment is beneficial to both employee and student performance.
It is the policy of Central Piedmont to assure, in so far as possible, all facilities of each campus are free of recognized hazards and unsafe conditions in the working and learning environment. Therefore, safety must be a cooperative effort between all employees, students, and visitors of the college's campuses. It is the responsibility of all people using the college’s facilities and resources to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner, to report any recognized hazards to an appropriate college Official, and to avoid placing themselves or others in a dangerous situation.
We consider safety of prime importance at Central Piedmont Community College and we ask all persons associated with the College to fulfill their obligation to make this a safe and healthful environment in which to work and learn.