For the college’s coronavirus updates, please visit cpcc.edu/coronavirus.
NC Governor Roy Cooper announced Sept. 30 the state will move into Phase 3 of easing COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Movie theaters, outdoor amusement parks, conference centers, bars, and large/small outdoor venues can reopen at reduced capacity as of Friday, Oct. 2.
The Governor emphasized that safety measures such as face-coverings, social distancing, and frequent hand washing should still be followed.
Central Piedmont continues to offer fall semester classes in multiple formats with the majority of classes being taught online.
Registration for fall short session classes — as well as Corporate and Continuing Education courses — is ongoing.
Learn more and stay up to date at cpcc.edu/coronavirus.
The safety and well-being of Central Piedmont students, employees, and visitors is the most important concern to the college. Central Piedmont provides many services to create an atmosphere that promotes safety while remaining conducive to learning.
College Security Services
The college’s security officers are here to help you. They work with the college community in the prevention and effective resolution of crime and disruptive behavior issues that impact the learning environment or the quality of campus life. Visit the College Security Services site for more information on the following and our other services.
Central Piedmont Critical Alert
Central Piedmont uses many communication channels to alert students, employees, and other interested community members in the event of an emergency or dangerous situation. The college sends out messages in case of a campus emergency; to give timely warning of a crime; to warn about severe weather; or to make an important announcement.
The Office of Emergency Management implements programs and projects in emergency and disaster planning, training, mitigation, response, and recovery. The mission of the office is to create a comprehensive emergency management program for Central Piedmont Community College in order to save lives, protect property, promote continuity of operations, and reduce the overall effects of large-scale disasters. The Office also acts as the primary liaison between the college and outside government emergency management agencies.
If you want to report behavior that is concerning or disruptive to the Central Piedmont community, contact the Care Team. The Care Team is comprised of members from departments across the college and its purpose is to provide a systematic response to such reports.
Annual Security Report
The annual security report – released each year – contains three years of campus crime statistics and is designed to provide essential information concerning safety and security on Central Piedmont campuses. The report also provides emergency response information that may help you to protect yourself and others should an emergency occur.
Title IX Office: Sexual Assault, Stalking, and Domestic Violence
Find out how Central Piedmont can help if you’re a victim of sexual violence, as it relates to Title IX, a federal civil rights law.