Pitt Community College: Educating and Empowering People for Success
Pitt Community College educates and empowers people for success. With a culture of excellence and innovation, the college is a vital partner in the economic and workforce development of our community. PCC provides access to dynamic learning opportunities designed to foster successful career preparation, higher education transfer, community involvement, and global engagement.
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Thank you for exploring the many learning opportunities provided by Pitt Community College on our website.
The high-quality education and training that we offer is more vital to our citizens than ever before. The economy presents challenges for us all, and the job market and skills needed to be competitive are constantly changing.
Pitt Community College faculty and staff adapt to these shifts by developing new programs and refining continuing ones. Our mission statement and goals support student success. This depends on active participation in academic and career planning.
This website provides you with an overview of our programs, our personnel, and a glimpse of the students who are the focus of our efforts. It has the most current information on activities and policies.
I also welcome you to contact us to help you achieve your goals or to learn more about opportunities we provide and to read my monthly “College Update.”
Thank you for your interest in Pitt Community College. We are proud to serve Pitt County and Eastern North Carolina.
Please consider joining the growing number of students and alumni who have actively pursued and realized their educational goals through credit or continuing education programs at Pitt Community College.
G. Dennis Massey, Ph.D.
Student Learning Success
Pitt Community College will provide resources and support to cultivate the skills and knowledge needed to achieve academic and professional success.
Pitt Community College will create a job-ready competitive workforce by working with business and industry to expand current programming.
Student and Community Engagement
Expand educational programming and services to all sectors of our community.
Strategic Goal #1
Increase the number of students enrolled in credit and non-credit courses who are 25 years of age or older.
Strategic Goal #2
Integrate select American Association of Community College (AACC) leadership competencies (such as communication and collaboration) into supervisor training workshops, leadership development programming, and other employee initiatives.
Pitt Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
to award Associate Degrees. Contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at
1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033- 4097. Or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of
Pitt Community College. Pitt Community College was last awarded reaffirmation of accreditation status in 2013.
Read and download PCC Institutional Information and Assessments, Gainful Employment, and Campus Security reports.