Piedmont Community College (PCC) will close at 11 a.m. on Friday, December 21 and remain closed through January 1 for students, faculty, and staff. The College will re-open on January 2, offering late registration for the Spring Semester.

Over the winter break, the Person County Campus will be open during daylight hours for all days except December 24, 25, 31, and January 1. Community members are encouraged to take advantage of PCC’s recreation areas, including the Rockness Monster Disc Golf course and the nature trail when the campus is open. The Caswell County Campus will be closed throughout the scheduled break.

Upon returning in January, PCC will offer extended registration hours on January 2-3, 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Spring Semester classes begin January 7.

With over 30 programs to choose from, the chance to continue your education close to home is a real and affordable option at PCC. Students can select from business, emerging technologies, university transfer, healthcare, human services, public safety, technical, and manufacturing programs. For a full list, visit www.piedmontcc.edu.

Faculty and staff will be available to assist you with any questions and to help you register for classes in early January. To view the latest class schedule in advance, visit www.piedmontcc.edu/schedule and select “Curriculum Classes – web format” for semester long classes or “Continuing Education – web format” for short-term training choices.

Financial aid options, including a monthly payment plan, are available to assist students with tuition, books, and fees. To learn more about how you can get started, call or visit PCC at:

• PCC’s Person County Campus: 1715 College Drive, Roxboro; (336) 599-1181
• PCC’s Caswell County Campus: 331 Piedmont Drive, Yanceyville; (336) 694-5707

You can also visit www.piedmontcc.edu at any time for additional program and contact information.

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