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.
At Central Piedmont, your education is more than what you learn in class. The options for getting involved are endless.
Find a club to join, talk to the Student Life representative on your campus to join Student Government Association, attend an event, or get involved at your campus.
Central Piedmont offers over 70 officially-sanctioned student organizations, a variety of opportunities to help support your interest in discovering and enhancing your own leadership skills, and recreational and fitness opportunities to promote a safe and fun atmosphere for you to participate in intramural sports, recreational events, and fitness activities. Additionally, the Service-Learning Center serves as a liaison between instructors, students, and placement site coordinators for a wide variety of service opportunities.
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