The academic calendar is a comprehensive source of need-to-know dates such as the day classes start, what days students and faculty have off, and when final exams begin.
The mission of the ASL is to promote academic success by providing quality computer resources to support skill building and maximize the learning experiences of PCC curriculum students.
The first step to becoming a college student is to be admitted. Visit our Admissions page to find out how.
PCC publishes a catalog annually to provide students and other interested persons with information about the college and its programs.
Lists of what is being taught in curriculum courses including how, when, and course descriptions.
Information about how to apply for financial aid, how financial aid is determined, and how to receive financial aid.
The mission of the PCC Library is to provide the library resources, services and staff necessary to advance the academic programs of the College and to benefit the greater PCC community.
The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) provides leadership, information, services, and support to faculty and staff in the acquisition and administration of externally funded, competitive grants.
Information about the many academic programs that are offered by Pitt Community College
These are the institution's primary student achievement measures. These are reported annually in cooperation with the NC Community College System Office of Research and Performance Management.
The PCC Student Store provides quality services in a timely manner at competitive prices. Find all the books you need here.
TASC is a free service for all students registered for traditional, internet, evening, and weekend classes at PCC. Individual and group sessions with academically qualified peer tutors and professional tutors are offered to provide academic support.
The intent of Weekend College is to provide an array of courses and programs that provide an alternative for people who work or have other commitments and who are unable to attend academic courses that are offered at traditional times during the week.
The Work-Based Learning/Internship Program is designed to give students the opportunity to integrate their classroom study with practical experience in their major fields by working and attending school.