Due to the concern of potential icy conditions, SPCC will open at 11:00 am on Tuesday, December 11.

Programs and Courses

Thank you for your interest in South Piedmont Community College’s programs!

Below is an overview of the program areas. Click here for a Class Schedule.

Academic Enrichment Programs – South Piedmont Community College provides unique opportunities to enhance your learning experience with these challenging academic enrichment programs.

Apprenticeship Program – Apprentices learn the aspects of a highly skilled profession through on-the-job training and related classroom instruction, while being sponsored by individual employers.

Adult Basic Skills – The Adult Basic Skills program provides educational opportunities for adults to improve their reading, writing, mathematics and communications skills through four major program components – High School Equivalency (Adult High School, GED and HiSET), ​ English for Speakers of Other Languages, Compass Education, and College and Career Transitions.

College Credit Programs – College credit programs lead to a certificate, a diploma, or an associate degree. SPCC offers programs of study in a wide range of college transfer and career areas.

Short-Term Training – These programs are great options for job seekers looking for a short turnaround time between the start of training and employment.

Continuing Education Classes – The Continuing Education department works to extend the reach of SPCC’s academic programs, advance professional development, and encourage lifelong learning in Union and Anson Counties.

Summer Camp Program– South Piedmont Community College offers a variety of classes and workshops over the summer for middle, home and high school-aged students.


Gainful Employment Data – Federal regulations published in October 2010 required institutions to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized field. While all of our programs at SPCC are designed to lead to either employment or college transfer, the Department of Education requires that we provide disclosure information on specific programs.