PCC Academics
Piedmont Community College offers a wide variety of curriculum programs designed to prepare students for the workforce or transfer to a four year college or university. The College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Students can chose programs that lead to an Associate in Applied Science (AAS), Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Fine Arts - Visual Arts (AFA-VA), Associate in General Education (AGE) or Associate in Science (AS) degrees.

Curriculum programs at PCC are part of the Instruction and Student Development division. Programs are grouped in the following areas, each area headed by an academic dean:


Each curriculum program is assisted by a program advisory committee, comprised of individuals working in that field. Program advisory committees appraise the College of changes in the field, and assist faculty in keeping each curriculum program current. Most curriculum programs also have a clinical, internship, or workforce component that provides students with real world experience.

Individuals interested in entering the workforce often choose to enroll in diploma and certificate programs. These programs focus on competencies needed to succeed in the workforce and can be completed in one or two semesters.
Programs and Classes
Find the short-term training you need through PCC's Continuing Education division. For additional information, click the individual link. We look forward to working with you and we wish you every success!


Career Training

Prepare for employment by with short-term training that leads to national, state, or industry-recognized certifications. Courses include free orientations and possible financial aid for Certified Production Technician, Certified Logistics Technician, OSHA Training, Siemens Level I, as well as Notary, ServSafe, HVAC, and Electrical Contractors courses.

Healthcare

Interested in a Healthcare career? PCC offers courses in CPR, Nurse Aide I, II, and Refresher, Medication Aide, Medication Technician, and Cardiovascular Technician/Monitor!

College and Career Readiness (Adult Basic Skills)

PCC's Adult Basic Skills program offers FREE classes to those interested in preparing for the high school equivalency exam or simply needing to improve reading, writing, and basic math skills. Classes are also available in English as a Second Language! Online, as well as day and evening face-to-face classes offered!

Job Seeking Classes

Let the PCC team help you improve your job seeking skills with free computer classes and other tools to ensure you are ready to enter or re-enter the workforce!

Online Education

Consider online classes with PCC! We offer Medical Coding & Billing, Medical Transcription Editor, Medical Administrative Assistant with Electronic Health Records, Microsoft Excel and Word Blackboard courses as well as an array of classes through Ed2Go, with hundreds of topics from Anatomy to Languages to Web Design!

Public Safety Training

PCC offers a nationally accredited Paramedic program, as well as Fire/Rescue and Law Enforcement Education!

Small Business Center & Free Seminars

Are you considering a new business venture or expansion? Do you need some help making your existing business more profitable? Could you or your employees benefit from additional FREE training? If you answered yes to any of these questions PCC's Small Business Center can help you.

Customized Training

Focused on fostering and supporting the success of local companies, PCC offers assistance with skills assessment, skills training, job profiling, and training funding!

Career and College Promise

Short-term CCP options coming soon!

Teacher and Educator Training

PCC provides courses for teacher renewal credit with online classes through Ed2Go!

Free Courses

Updated information coming soon!

Personal Enrichment and Professional Development

 PCC is committed to offering lifelong learning opportunities that afford you the venue for meeting your personal goals!

 

The Cost of PCC
Tuition and fees for degree, diploma and certificate programs for each semester are payable at registration. (Subject to change by NC General Assembly and/or State Board of Community Colleges)

In-State Tuition:

$76 per credit hour up to 16 semester credit hours not to exceed $1,274 per semester.


Out-of-State Tuition:

$268 per semester hour but not to exceed $4,346(16 hours) per semester.

(As of September 18,2015, the North Carolina Legislature approved a tuition increase for the 2015-2016 academic year in the amount of $4 per credit hour) 

Fees

(Subject to change by the Piedmont Community College Board of Trustees)

Student Activity fee
$20 per Fall and Spring semester
$10 per Summer semester 

Technology Fee
$16 per Fall and Spring semester
$10 per Summer semester

Campus Access Fee
$20 per Fall and Spring semester
$10 per Summer semester

Student Liability Fee
$8 per semester (Fall, Spring and Summer)

Student Accident Insurance 
$1.25 per semester (Fall, Spring and Summer) 

Books and Supplies: (average per semester)
$795

The Business Office is responsible for collection of tuition and fees. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday.

A student is not eligible for re-registration if he or she has an outstanding debt due the institution or any other technical college or community college.

Any student having an outstanding delinquent account is not allowed to graduate or receive his or her diploma or degree. In addition, the College will not forward a transcript of records or any information concerning any delinquent student's permanent record to any other source.

A fee of $20 is charged to students for each check returned for "insufficient funds." No other personal checks will be accepted from these students during that semester or the following semester.

Important Forms

There are many important forms that PCC students may find helpful. For this reason, some of these forms are available to be viewed and downloaded for your convenience. If their are other forms you need, please contact Student Development at (336) 322-2159.

Admissions Process Forms

Application for Admissions

Transcript Request Forms


Transcript Request Form


High School or College Transcript Request Form

High School Equivalency Records

HiSET® Transcripts 



Nursing Program Information

ADN Admissions Policy

Kaplan Admissions Test Dates 2018

Kaplan Application

 

Other Forms & Documents

Change of Student Information Form Web Form/Paper Form

Withdrawal Form (can be done through WebAdvisor Forms)

Graduation Application

Trial Schedule



Contact the College
Campus Locations
Person County Campus
1715 College Drive
Roxboro, North Carolina

Caswell County Campus
331 Piedmont Drive
Yanceyville, North Carolina

Phone Numbers
Person County Campus
(336) 599-1181

Caswell County Campus
(336) 694-5707

Mail
Person County Campus
P.O. Box 1197
Roxboro, NC 27573

Caswell County Campus
P.O. Box 1150
Yanceyville, NC 27379

Fax
Person County Campus
Building A (336) 597-3817
Building D (336) 599-7272
Building E (336) 598-9283
HRD/WIA (336) 599-7397
Building L (336) 598-0453
LRC (336) 599-9146
Building G (Nursing) (336) 597-2314

Caswell County Campus
Administration (336) 694-7086 
LRC (336) 694-5893 
HRD/WIIA  (336) 694-5730

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