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Register for PCC Spring Semester classes on Jan. 2 and 3

Published Friday, December 20, 2013
by Elizabeth Townsend

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Start the New Year off right by enrolling in Spring Semester classes at Piedmont Community College! Late registration will be held Thursday and Friday, Jan. 2 and 3, from 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Classes begin on Monday, Jan. 6.

PCC will debut a new program, Historic Preservation Technology, during its Spring Semester. This unique program is for students of all backgrounds and experience levels. Course work will include archival research, building design, drafting, conservation techniques, building renovation, field data collection, historic preservation, documentation, sustainable building design, and the application of preservation law. Four classes will be offered this spring: HPT 111 Principles of Historic Preservation, HPT 131A Fundamentals of Carpentry, HPT 116 Historical Drafting, and HUM 140 History of Architecture. To learn more about this program, call Shelly Stone, Dean, Caswell Curriculum Programs, at (336) 694-5707.

PCC offers over 35 programs leading to associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates including University Transfer, health sciences, business, technology, fine arts, and occupational areas.

For specific times and locations of these classes and others, go the PCC website and check the interactive schedule on WebAdvisor. To access the schedule, go to An informational booklet about Spring Semester classes also may be accessed on the website.

Current PCC students may enroll online using WebAdvisor. New students must fill out a PCC application, also available online, and complete the application process, including meeting with an academic advisor, before they can enroll.

To register or obtain financial aid or other information, come to the Student Development office in Building E on the Person County Campus or Building K on the Person County Campus beginning Jan. 2 when the College re-opens following the holidays.