For the college's coronavirus updates, please visit www.cpcc.edu/coronavirus.
NC Governor Roy Cooper announced Sept. 1 he is moving the state into Phase 2.5. Playgrounds will open, and businesses like gyms and museums across the state can reopen at reduced capacity as of Sept. 4. 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 www.cpcc.edu/coronavirus.
Central Piedmont is committed to maintaining a safe and productive teaching and learning environment. Central Piedmont endorses the federal government's efforts in implementing the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989.
This page is intended to provide information to the college community about the college’s Drug-Free College policies, standards of conduct for students and staff, the health risks of drug and alcohol abuse, programs available at Central Piedmont for students and staff, and legal sanctions related to drug and alcohol abuse. This page is not intended as a substitute for counseling and treatment, but it can be a helpful starting point. Those who are interested in speaking with a professional about their questions and concerns are encouraged to click on the applicable resource on this page for more information and to contact counseling services.
For information and resources related to the college’s drug-free and tobacco-free policies, please visit the following: