About PCC

Piedmont Community College is a welcoming learning environment for all students.


Those currently enrolled value the individual attention received by instructors, and often remark that the atmosphere offers opportunity for growth in and out of the classroom.


In fact, the PCC Team encourages students to participate in student and community organization to broaden their collegiate experiences, as well as strengthen their leadership skills. Day to Engage, Student Government Association, Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society, Creative Minds Club, and Student Ambassador Program are just a few of the options for student engagement.


Join us in beautiful Person or Caswell County, or enroll in one of several online program options, such as Human Services Technology, Early Childhood, Business Administration, Accounting, Associate in Arts, and Associate in Science and let us share your Pacer Pride story!


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College closed on Fridays for Summer; Summer classes begin May 27 and Fall registration in ongoing

The College will have team members available to assist visitors from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Monday – Thursday. Offices will be closed on Friday, unless otherwise closed for holidays as noted on the calendar at www.piedmontcc.edu/calendar. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, visitors are encouraged to make an appointment before visiting campus. To do so, call: (336) 599-1181 for the Person County Campus and (336) 694-5707 for the Caswell County Campus.

6 days ago

Selena Thornton named 2020 Alumnus of the Year by PCC’s Alumni Partnership

An emotional Thornton accepted the 2020 PCC Alumnus of the Year award, saying, “PCC has been so instrumental in my life … I came into the PCC, enrolled in school, and my life changed... At PCC I found people that believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself. That grew into a community of people that I’ve grown to love in Caswell County.”

7 days ago

PCC nursing grads pinned in parade formation

The nurse pinning ceremony is a traditional rite of passage for nursing school students, but restrictions on mass gatherings and social distancing rules made it difficult to carry out the traditional events this year. PCC instead held a drive thru option for students and family members to celebrate this great accomplishment.

13 days ago

PCC libraries awarded grant to assist with safe reopening

The $1,500 grant from the State Library of North Carolina is meant to help libraries respond to the coronavirus pandemic by providing Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funding as a means to prepare to reopen and adapt services to reduce the impact of COVID-19. This mini-grant program supports Goal One of North Carolina’s Five-Year Plan: Strengthening Capacity.

20 days ago

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