Piedmont CC is a public college located in Roxboro Township, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 403 undergraduate students. The Piedmont CC acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Welding, and Nursing Assistant. Graduating 31% of students, Piedmont CC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,700.
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Piedmont Community College Reviews
I have had the privilege of being taught by amazing, helpful instructors while at PCC. All of the staff are eager to help students achieve their goals and take advantage of invaluable opportunities. It's a great leaning environment, and everyone is friendly and down-to-earth. I wouldn't want to be earning my Associates Degree anywhere else.
What I like the most about Piedmont Community College is the environment, and the chance for academic growth. Being here over these past 4 years has helped me grow both as a student and as a man. If there was change that I would love to see it would be the increase in student participation. Extracurricular activities planned by faculty and students is lacking the support that it deserves.
I had a pretty good experience on campus. The instructors were great. Always encouraged you to study, study, study. My only problem is access to more tutors for nursing classes. Yes you have scrubs, but they have studying and other things going in as well so you can’t really tie them down with your issues. Overall, I really enjoy going there and will continue in spring to pursue my nursing degree despite a minor setback.