Students who plan to register for Fall Semester classes at Piedmont Community College can visit Student Development, schedule a meeting with an advisor, or take advantage of the extended hours on Tuesday, July 21 and Wednesday, July 22. Extended registration hours are 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. on both the Person County Campus and the Caswell County Campus.
Registration will continue through July and August with classes beginning on Monday, August 17. Fall brochures, which include dates, times, and instructor listings of some classes being offered at PCC, will be mailed to households in Person County and Caswell County. This publication also provides important information on PCC’s programs of study and resources for students, as well as a schedule of Continuing Education classes. Brochures are also available at PCC and at the public library in each county.
Complete schedules are available online on PCC’s website at www.piedmontcc.edu/classschedule. Class schedules also may be accessed using the WebAdvisor option on PCC’s website. WebAdvisor offers the most up-to-date class listing and is open to both prospective and current students. Returning students may use WebAdvisor to register for classes online.
Prospective students who have not applied for admission should visit the Student Development Office on either campus. These offices are located in Building E on the Person County Campus and Building K on the Caswell County Campus. Students will need to choose a program of study, submit a completed PCC Application for Admission online at www.piedmontcc.edu, and submit the required official transcripts. Some students also will need to complete placement tests prior to registering. A few PCC programs, such as Associate Degree Nursing, have additional admissions requirements. For more information, contact PCC’s Office of Admissions. Once the admissions process has been completed, students will be assigned an academic advisor to advise them during the registration process.
· PCC offers a great opportunity for you and your wallet. Students can complete general education or program specific classes
for a fraction of the cost of a four-year institution. Financial Aid, scholarships, and a payment plan program are also available.
· Class sizes at PCC are smaller than most four-year institutions, thus offering more occasions to interact with instructors and
other students. One-on-one tutoring is also available through the Academic Success Center on each campus.
· PCC offers hands-on learning in many programs of study, including Phlebotomy and other health care programs, Historic
Preservation, Welding, Film & Video Production Technology, Digital Effects & Animation Technology, Cosmetology, Fine Arts,
and Electrical Power Production Technology to name a few!
· Students can explore different course options to find what interests them most before finalizing a program of study.
· Many PCC programs lead graduates directly to a job. Enjoy working with your hands? Consider Electrical Systems Technology
where the average annual starting salaries are in the $35,000 – $45,000 range!
· Transferring from PCC to a four-year institution has been made easy with various articulation agreements.
For more information about applying to PCC or registering for fall classes, contact Student Development at (336) 322-2159.