The start of a new year offers the opportunity to set new goals, strive for new successes, and start on a new professional, educational, or personal path. Piedmont Community College is still registering students for the Spring 2023 semester with program opportunities for all interests, including healthcare, IT (information technology), criminal justice, welding, mechatronics, teacher preparation, digital animation, and university transfer.

PCC reopens from the holiday break on January 3 and will stay open late, with team members standing by until 7:00 p.m., on January 4 and 5 to assist you with your application, financial aid, and answering any questions you may have. Walk-ins are welcome and appointments can be made, starting January 3, by calling (336) 322-2159. Curriculum classes for the Spring 2023 semester begin Monday, January 9. To view the latest class schedule now, go to www.piedmontcc.edu/self-service.

These classes are offered face-to-face, online, or a mixture of both with hybrid courses offered throughout the year. PCC also offers 8- and 16-week classes, so you can concentrate on a few courses for less time and still completing a full-time class-load each semester. These options help adapt your class schedule to around work and childcare to reduce daily stress. 

If you are seeking a shorter program to earn a credential to further your career, PCC has a variety of short-term programs available in January, many with scholarship funding available to cut the cost or even provide the class for free. These courses, which range in length from one day to half a year, include Certified Production Technician, HVAC training, IT Support, Microsoft Specialist, Nurse Aid, EMT, Phlebotomy Technician, Small Engine Repair, Gunsmithing, Truck Driver Training, and more. Find more information on the scheduling, cost, and details of these courses at www.piedmontcc.edu/workforce-development.

To get started go to www.piedmontcc.edu/apply or call (336) 599-1181 (Person County Campus) (336) 694-5707 (Caswell County Campus) staring January 3.

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