PCC Inviting Community to Campus April 29 for Open House
WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College will hold an open house April 29 to introduce prospective learners and their families to its many programs and student support services.
The event, which will take place in the Walter & Marie Williams Building from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., will offer those who attend a chance to explore their career interests and learn how Pitt can help them become professionals in those fields. There will also be walking tours of campus, photo opportunities with PCC’s “Bruiser Bulldog” mascot, and assistance with the admissions process and applying for financial aid.
“Our open house will offer participants valuable insight on why PCC is the best college choice, not only for graduating high school seniors but for any adult learner wishing to skill-up or change professions,” said PCC Director of Recruitment and First-Year Experience John Carrere. “All prospective and admitted students from the area’s high school and adult populations are welcome to attend this year’s event to discover why community colleges have proven to be the backbone of American workforce development and can be a cost-effective means of starting a bachelor’s degree.”
Those planning to attend Pitt’s open house can visit pittcc.edu/openhouse to register in advance. Additional details are also available on the website. Questions should be sent to email@example.com.