College Update


Students: Click here for class updates, resources, and other tips as it pertains to PCC and COVID-19.

Please monitor our website and social media for closings as we continue to watch weather impacts to our region.

Sign up for our Campus Alert System to get immediate updates to your phone and email.

Students, please continue to check Blackboard for possible assignment changes from your instructor

You can also FOLLOW US on Facebook or Twitter for updates on additional closings or delays.

Make Up Dates

UPDATE (5/19/20):

Click here for the latest CARES-Act Funding information.


UPDATE (5/6/20):

PCC's 2020 Commencement program has been rescheduled for December 18, 2020 and will be held at the Kirby Cultural Arts Complex. Click here for additional information. However, other activities are taking place to celebrate PCC Students, including:

* May 12, 3 p.m.: Drive Thru Nursing Celebration (watch live at
* May 15, 12 p.m.: Honors Convocation Announcement (watch live at
* May 19, 11 a.m.: Alumnus of the Year Announcement (watch live at
* May 21, 5 p.m.: Drive Thru Graduate Celebration (watch live at

UPDATE (3/20)

Due to the seriousness of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) global pandemic, beginning March 16, Curriculum Students will have a two week break (this replaces the April 13-16 Student Break). Curriculum classes will resume on March 30 in a primarily online environment. During this time, the College will remain open and provide ongoing student support services to students, prospective students, and employees.

March 16 – 28: Student Break for curriculum students (including CCP classes);
March 30: Curriculum classes will resume in a primarily online environment;
April 10: Holiday for Good Friday;
April 13-16: This is no longer a Student Break.

• 3-30-20: Due to the shelter-in-place ruling, computer labs will not be open. We are working on alternatives. Watch here for details.

• Watch for updates from your instructor(s), via your PCC Student Email, or Blackboard regarding your assignments, due dates, and other important PCC news.
• PCC Child Development Center will operate on a regular schedule.
• Cosmetology will be closed to the public until further notice.
• Cleaning staff will adhere to NC Division of Public Health guidelines for cleaning during the pandemic.

• All PCC hosted group activities (workshops, events, etc.) will be cancelled for the months of March and April.
• Registration will begin March 16 for Summer and Fall.
    *  You can still register online (via Webadvisor), by phone at (336) 322-2159, or by email (to your advisor).

• If you have travelled to states with a high number of reported cases or have been exposed to a presumptive COVID 19 case we ask that you:
    * Not visit PCC’s campus locations;
    * Inform your instructor
    * Self-quarantine for 14 days;
    * Report any COVID-19 symptoms to your local Health Department.

Piedmont Community College officials will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation. Please check your email, PCC’s website at, or PCC’s Facebook page for updates.


Inclement Weather

We've made it easier on the  PCC web site to view announcements regarding weather related issues. All announcements will be posted on homepage as an large alert banner image.  The banner color is coded for 3 primary areas of alerts.  They are:


  • Red - College closed due to severe weather.  This may also be used to alert for severe weather in the vicinity of the college campuses.
  • Yellow - College delayed due to weather.
  • Green -  College is on regular schedule or closed due to holiday or administrative day.

Announcements regarding the cancellation of classes due to inclement weather will be made as soon as possible in order to eliminate the need of telephoning or the unnecessary start of travel. Attempts to publicize decisions affecting day classes will be made by 6:00 a.m. at the latest, and evening class cancellations will be publicized by 4:00 p.m. on the affected days. Class cancellations will be publicized on major radio stations serving the following counties: Person, Caswell, Granville, Alamance, Durham, and Orange, and Halifax and Pittsylvania counties in Virginia. The following television stations will carry notices of class cancellations:

Once cancellations have been aired on any station(s), the plan will be maintained for that day and/or evening. In addition, the message will be available on the automated attendant message at 599-1181 and 694-5707. The College will also send cancellations by e-mail to employees and students. If no cancellation announcement is disseminated, classes will be held as scheduled.