Ways to Take Classes
On Campus Locations

Piedmont Community College has two campuses that serve as on-site locations for classes.

The Person County campus serves as the main campus for the College. The President and Vice Presidents are housed on the Person Campus in Building A, as well as the business office. The Person Campus is also home to most of the curriculum programs offered by the College.

The Caswell Coutny campus offers selected classes from business, computer applications, general education, health and human services and office administration. Students can complete any of the following eight associate degree or diploma programs in their entirety on the Caswell Campus: Criminal Justice Technology, Cosmetology, Digital Effects and Animation Technology, Early Childhood Associate, Office Administration, University Transfer and Welding.

Distance Learning Classes
Distance Learning allows you to take accredited Piedmont Community College courses from home or any location, at your convenience. Many students appreciate the flexible scheduling and convenience of not having to travel to campus on a regular basis. This is ideal for those with demanding work schedules, family responsibilities, and those who cannot travel to campus due to transportation, scheduling conflicts, or physical challenges.

In addition, some students prefer the independence and convenience of Distance Learning courses. Distance Learning courses give students greater flexibility in course scheduling and students find that they have greater control over the learning process and are able to customize their course time and work in a way that best suits their specific schedule.