Leadership & Vision

Piedmont Community College strives to be the leading contributor to the economic, educational, and cultural vitality of our communities by providing high-quality services and programs that ensure student success in personal development and professional achievement. The College employs about 300 full-time and part-time faculty and staff. These numbers include all employees working at both … Read More

A Brief History from Your Hometown College

Due to the foresight and dedication of progressive-minded Person County citizens, Piedmont Community College was established in 1970! Efforts to create a local institution of higher education that offers job training and educational opportunities for high school graduates and other adults began in the late 1960s. The result was the appointment of a Board … Read More

Accreditation & Publications

Reaffirmation of accreditation is a decennial process, requiring a full review every ten years, and an abbreviated review in between. The College was reaffirmed in 2013 and successfully went through a fifth-year review in 2018. The 2013 reaffirmation also included the College’s first Quality Enhancement Plan, Quantitative Reasoning for You or QR4U. PCC is … Read More

Foundation

About the Foundation Since 1978, the Piedmont Community College Foundation, Inc. has been providing critical support for programs that enhance the quality of education for students and expand educational opportunities for the communities the College serves. The Foundation is a non-profit, charitable corporation, organized under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. … Read More