Our Campuses

Piedmont Community College is located in north central North Carolina and has two campuses: the Person County Campus located at 1715 College Drive, Roxboro, NC, and the Caswell County Campus located at 331 Piedmont Drive, Yanceyville, NC. The College also offers services, instruction, and training at several off-campus sites.

Hours of Operation*

Person County Campus

Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m.-10:15 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday, 1 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Caswell County Campus

Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (for class only, Building P)
Sunday, campus closed

*These hours will be subject to change to accommodate class schedules outside the College’s normal operating hours.

Caswell County Campus Buildings
The Caswell County campus of PCC consists of two buildings. Building K was completed in 1988 and Building P was finished in 2006.

Building K: This building houses the Caswell county campus administrative services offices, lab space, faculty and other offices, classroom space, Developmental Studies, Industry Training, Human Resource Development, Adult Basic Services, and GED Learning labs.

Building P: This building is known as the Film and Video Technology building and contains offices, classrooms, labs and storage.


Person County Campus Map
Person County Campus Buildings
The Person County campus of PCC consists of seventeen buildings all constructed since 1977. Buildings A through H were built in 1977. Building I and J were completed in the early 1980’s. Building L and M were built in the 1990’s. Building N, O, Q, R and S were built in the 2000’s with Building S, the Science and Technology Building, being the most recent with construction completed in 2009.

Building A: Includes Administration, Business Office, Information Technology and Personnel. The President, Vice Presidents and associated support staff are located in this building.

Building B: Primarily made up of classrooms but also includes Academic Computing support as well as the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

Building C: Consists of classrooms, computer labs and faculty offices.

Building D: Includes a 2,300 square foot auditorium, teleconference space and classrooms.

Building E: Includes Maintenance with Shipping and Receiving, the Bookstore, Human Resouce Development, the Career Center, Financial Aid, and the Student Lounge including a Dining / Vending / Kitchen area. This building has three floors with elevator access to each floor.

Building F: Consists of welding lab, electronics lab, biology lab, faculty offices and classroom space.

Building G: Consists mainly of labs, classrooms and office space housing programs such as Nursing, Welding, Cosmetology and the Academic Success Center.

Building H: Houses the Learning Resource Center and the Child Development Center.

Building I: The Industrial Skills building including Gunsmithing with classroom / lab space, offices and storage space.

Building J: A Maintenance workshop.

Building L: Primarily Faculty Offices with some Distance Learning classroom space.

Building M: Classroom space for Vocational Technology Instruction.

Building O: Located in downtown Roxboro at 105 North Main Street. This building is home to the Business Development Center.

Building Q: A small storage building on campus.

Building R: A small storage building on campus.

Building S: This building is known as the Science and Technology building and includes lab and classroom space. It also includes a 3,000 square foot multi-purpose room with a kitchen.