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Student Assistance Program (SAP)
Student Assistance Program (SAP) provides mental health services for currently enrolled students at PCC. For additional information on this program and its services, contact the program coordinator April Risby at (252) 493-7595.
Parenting Support Group
Student Support Services offers a Parenting Support Group. All SSS students are invited to attend and take part in discussions on relevant parenting topics. Students also receive valuable information about parenting resources in the community. For more information on the Parenting Support Group, email Kim Waters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by visiting www.fafsa.ed.gov. This website offers a step by step guide to complete the financial aid process as well as additional information on student financial aid.
The College Foundation of North Carolina
The College Foundation of North Carolina is a comprehensive educational resource for students. It provides information about NC grants and fellowship opportunities, FAFSA assistance, as well as other pertinent information for students at any level of their academic tracks. Visit http://www.cfnc.org for more information.
The Career Center
The Career Center for Pitt Community College is located in room 118 of the Craig Goess Student Center. They offer career exploration and job search information to PCC curriculum students. Placement services are provided to those curriculum students who register with the Center. There is no additional fee for our services. Visit www.pittcc.edu/experience-pcc/student-services/career-services for more information.
The Office of Disability Services
The Office of Disability Services for Pitt Community College is located in room 150 of Everett (CWE). Disability Services offers comprehensive assistance for students with disabilities including but not limited to testing accommodations, academic support, and interpreters. Visit Disability Services for more information.
NEXT LEVEL Minority Male Mentoring program
The NEXT LEVEL Minority Male Mentoring program is designed to provide participants with the tangible and intangible skills necessary to obtain success regardless of where life leads them; as well as instill in its participants the importance of civic and community involvement. Through the use of weekly meetings, hands on activities, mentor relationships, peer tutoring, and self evaluations, the program guides its participants toward achieving the highest levels of academic, professional, and personal development. Visit www.pittcc.edu/experience-pcc/student-services/minority-male-mentoring/ for more information.