Central Piedmont Community College fulfills its mission by being accessible and convenient to people of all ages who seek a real-world, affordable, hands-on education that will transform their lives and strengthen the economic, social, and cultural environment of Mecklenburg County.
Central Piedmont also is a smart investment. At a fraction of the cost, our students learn by doing, receiving a combination of technical and soft skills training from quality faculty who prepare them to enter the workforce and make a difference in their family, business, community, and world.
Founded in 1963, Central Piedmont Community College has eight locations throughout Mecklenburg County, offering nearly 300 degree, diploma, and certification programs; customized corporate training; market-focused continuing education; and special interest classes.
See how Central Piedmont can put you on a pathway to a rewarding career or set you on a course to pursue an advanced degree.