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Career & College Promise Dual Enrollment Courses during High School
Career & College Promise (CCP) allows high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit toward a two-year or four-year degree while still in high school. Students have dual enrollment in their high school and Central Piedmont at the same time, allowing them to receive both high school and college credit for courses taken through the program. Enrollment processes are different for high school students, depending on their goals for college credit or whether they attend Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
College and Career Readiness Classes
College and Career Readiness programs offer classes to develop academic skills, earn a high school equivalency (GED® or HiSET®) or adult high school diploma, learn English as a second language, develop employability skills or caseworker training, and participate in various work-based learning experiences. The programs include courses for occupational skills training, for students with intellectual disabilities and for refugee education.
Enroll in these classes on the Central Piedmont College and Career Readiness website. these programs.
College Credit Curriculum Classes
- Students entering degree, diploma, or certificate programs must complete the admissions/enrollment process prior to registration. (See Enrollment section of the catalog.)
- Returning or new Central Piedmont students who have completed the admissions process may register online using their student User ID and password at MyCollege.
Non-Credit Corporate and Continuing Education Classes
Students taking Corporate and Continuing Education, non-credit courses may register without the admissions/enrollment process by calling Customer Service at 704.330.4223 or by registering online at Register Now on the Corporate and Continuing Education website. Registration for Corporate and Continuing Education courses is ongoing throughout the semester.