About PCC

Want to learn more about Piedmont Community College? You’ve come to the right place to find out more about the College’s two campuses: the Person County Campus located in Roxboro, N.C., and the Caswell County Campus located in Yanceyville, N.C. You can also learn more about the support PCC offers to its students, who’s who in College leadership, faculty and staff, and maps and directions to help you find your way. You can even view the PCC College Catalog online as well as class schedules. Whatever you need to know about PCC, you’ll find here!

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PCC News

First RN to BSN students in PCC-UNC-G program prepare for graduation; William Peace University joins RN to BSN articulation agreement with community colleges

Eleven of the 16 December UNC-G graduates previously completed the Associate Degree Nursing program at Piedmont Community College, thus allowing them to easily enroll in the locally offered RN to BSN program. Learn how you can earn your BSN in 3 semesters in Person County!

1 hour ago

Mesur.io moves corporate headquarters to Yanceyville

Caswell County officials announced December 5 that mesur.io is locating its Corporate Headquarters in the Town of Yanceyville, the county seat. The company plans to create more than two dozen jobs over the next few years generating an economic impact in excess of $1.5 million.

3 days ago

Alumni Spotlight with Walter McGhee

Walter earned his welding certificate when PCC was Piedmont Technical Institute... he's now retired from Duke Energy-Progress and working as a part-time welding instructor at the College, sharing his trade with others! He's also enrolled in HVAC classes because learning never ends! Learn more about Walter's story here!

5 days ago

Meet Ryan Holloway - PCC’s Academic Success Center Coordinator

Holloway, a 2009 PCC graduate, returns to the College to provide guidance to current students. Read about his journey and why he chose to work at his alma mater.

10 days ago

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