The Continuing Education and Community Development Division of Pitt Community College provides workforce development training and personal enrichment courses for adults from the community, business, and industry. We strive to offer a diverse range of programs and courses to meet the particular needs and interests of all citizens of Pitt County.
Our programming provides opportunities to upgrade occupational skills, to acquire new skills, and to complete high school. Classes are held on-campus and at various off-campus facilities such as public schools, community buildings, churches, civic centers, industrial plants, and fire stations. Courses are open to all adults 18 years of age or older. However, in some cases, specific requirements must be met. High school students 16-18 years of age may be permitted to enroll with written approval form the appropriate public school official.
Differences between Continuing Education (ConEd) and Curriculum:
- Continuing Education students are NOT required to submit an application for enrollment and do NOT need to obtain previous transcripts.
- North Carolina residency is NOT required for ConEd classes
- Registration for ConEd students is continuous throughout the year. Students may register for classes at any time before the class begins.
Whether your goal is a better job, personal enrichment, or developing new skills, PCC serves the community offering more than 300 continuing education courses