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'One-Stop' Events to Make It Easier than Ever for Adult Learners to Get Started at PCC

WINTERVILLE—After a successful trial run in August, Pitt Community College officials have decided to schedule a trio of events designed to make it easy for adult learners to enroll in spring classes.

According to PCC Recruitment and Orientation Specialist John Carrere, the college will hold “Adult One-Stop Day” events Oct. 14, Nov. 4 and Dec. 2. The special admissions opportunities will take place in Room 120 of the Craig F. Goess Student Center each day, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Carrere said attendees should plan to participate in the entire program in order to complete all of the college’s admissions and enrollment requirements.

“As the name implies, these programs give adult learners a chance to become Pitt Community College students in just one day,” he said. “They can apply and earn admission to PCC on the spot, receive assistance with submitting financial aid applications, complete placement testing, attend New Student Orientation, and register for courses – all in the same day.”

Carrere said students planning to apply for financial aid should bring along their 2015 income tax returns or other income information. He said they should also bring copies of their official transcripts, if they have attended schools prior to enrolling at PCC.

Students interested in evening and weekend courses are particularly encouraged to sign up for a ‘one-stop’ program, Carrere said, adding that individuals planning to attend can RSVP by visiting the "New Student Connect" page on the PCC website.

For more details, contact Carrere at (252) 493-7380 or jcarrere@email.pittcc.edu.

The 2018 Spring Semester at PCC is scheduled to begin Jan. 8.