Pitt Community College officials are continually monitoring the developing outbreak of the respiratory illness caused by coronavirus (COVID-19). The most up-to-date campus information and resources are posted on this coronavirus webpage. For previous coronavirus posts, please visit the PCC Coronavirus Archive.
Restrictions for Visiting PCC Campus/Facilities
Students, if any of the following situations apply to you, please note that you are not allowed on campus or in any PCC facilities. You are advised to self-quarantine in accordance with CDC guidelines:
- Feeling ill;
- Recently experienced and/or displaying any COVID-19 symptoms;
- Been exposed to an individual known to have COVID-19;
- Recently traveled by airplane; and/or
- Recently traveled to an out-of-state location
Open Lab Locations/Operating Hours for Current PCC Students
For PCC students needing computer access, the college has made select campus computer labs available for student use. Staff are available to assist students at these locations. PCC is following appropriate CDC social distancing guidelines in the labs, and work stations are being disinfected after each user.
The following labs are available for use by current PCC students:
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Pitt Community College’s Farmville Center serves as the hub for PCC’s educational, workforce, and business services in southwestern Pitt County.
Classes are offered for degree seeking students, those who want to earn college credit while in high school, individuals wanting to improve their job prospects or learn something new and fun, and those who are in transition.
For degree seeking students, majors in Healthcare Management Technology, Medical Office Administration, and various university transfer degrees are available as well as individual courses such as Study Skills, Introduction to Computers, Pre-Calculus Algebra, General Statistics, Music Appreciation, Quantitative Literacy, and developmental coursework in both math and reading. Current high school students may also take classes at the Farmville Center through the Career and College Promise program.
A variety of continuing education programming is offered to enhance career related skills, promote personal enrichment, assist business owners, and improve employment prospects. For individuals in transition, classes are available to prepare students to successfully complete their high school equivalence degree as well as in English Language Acquisition.
All students have access to a wide range of personalized student and academic resources, including academic advising on-site. Staff are available to help the student from the day they complete the application for admission until the day they graduate, including assistance with Residency Determination Service, financial aid paperwork, offering placement testing on-site at the Center, specialized New Student Orientation sessions at the Center, an open laptop lab, and study groups.
The Farmville Center offers many services and resources for students. Any PCC student can use our open laptop lab (open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm), which includes the Microsoft Office suite for student use, wireless internet, and printing.
You should also contact us for assistance with completing a PCC application including the Residency Determination Service, help with your FAFSA, turning in required documents to PCC, on-demand placement testing (we can make an appointment that fits your schedule), new student orientation, academic advising, student educational planning, and more!
Farmville Center Contact
Dr. Kristin S. Braswell, Dean of Off-Campus Programs
PCC Greenville Center, 252-493-7260
Cynthia Green, Administrative Assistant
Farmville Center, 252-753-0010
Farmville Center Hours and Location
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
3781 South Main Street, Farmville, NC 27834
Directions link: https://goo.gl/maps/5r8ujyxDcxC2