Central Piedmont Community College 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 site 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 site 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 appropriate box below for more information and to contact counseling services.
Drug-Free and Tobacco-Free College Information
- 2014-2016 Central Piedmont drug free biennial review (PDF)
- for more information on the college’s tobacco-free college policy and information and resources for quitting smoking, please visit the Central Piedmont tobacco-free college commitment policy