South Piedmont is a public college located in Polkton, North Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 578 undergraduate students. The South Piedmont acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Medical Office Management, and Commercial and Advertising Art. Graduating 27% of students, South Piedmont alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $20,300.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.21 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.20 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.20 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities104 Graduates
Medical Office Management43 Graduates
Commercial and Advertising Art40 Graduates
Early Childhood Education38 Graduates
Medical Assistant35 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies33 Graduates
Information Technology32 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science29 Graduates
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South Piedmont Community College Reviews
South Piedmont Community College has four campuses, but the two main ones are in Monroe and Polkton. I attend the Monroe campus, and I can say the school is very safe, with 24 hour security guards. The teachers are very professional and nice and really care about your success as a student. On the downside, there are a fair amount of clubs but most of them don't have announcements. I tried to participate in one club but I was never informed when the meetings were. There are a lot of food choices right up the road from the school, which is great. There is also a school cafeteria, which serves fairly good food at decent prices. As far as classes go, they have a good variety of seated and online classes. However, because the school is so small, the classes that are specific to a certain degree, such as business or culinary arts, are very limited. If you are looking for a small school to get a good education without all of the chaos of a university, this is the place for you.
I have genuinely enjoyed my experience at South Piedmont Community College so far. With each semester, it seems as if the environment of the school grows, as I get aquainted with more people and start to feel at home in the small community that is my school. I love the professors, and I have also met some cool people at my school that make the atmosphere very fun and enjoyable. If I could change something about South Piedmont, I would make the campus builder to make room for more students and facilities.
I took the EMT course through South Piedmont in Monroe and loved it. However I took pre-calc and the teacher was not good at all. He felt as if everyone should be a math major and consistently made me feel stupid. I also took an online class, ART-111, through the college and the teacher had no idea how to run a class.