With brick buildings across many blocks, Central Piedmont Community College maintains six campuses across Mecklenburg County. The locations include the newly renovated performing arts Pease Auditorium and the Philip L. Van Every Culinary Arts Center dining rooms and amphitheater kitchen. CPCC students have the opportunity to travel abroad to Europe, South America, Asia, or Africa, and can graduate as an N.C. Scholar of Global Distinction, which signifies global competencies.
This is an excellent community college with the best instructors.
This college has many degree programs and organizations for student participation.
This college is affordable and offers unique course offerings.