Seeking a degree that will transfer to a four-year university? Looking to enter the workforce or change careers? Interested in gaining new skills and a competitive advantage in the labor market?
It’s time for you to enroll at South Piedmont Community College.
- Admission Application for Spring 2024 opens on Sept. 19. We are now accepting new students intending to enroll in the Spring 2024 semester.
- Registration for Spring 2024 classes opens Oct. 30th.
Spring classes begin Jan. 5, 2024. Secure your place in this spring’s incoming class now
Whether you’re a new student, a returning student, a transfer student, or a high school student, South Piedmont is ready, willing, and waiting to help you navigate the admissions process. Visit our website for admissions information.
Why Study at South Piedmont?
We have one campus each in Anson County and Union County.
How long it takes to earn an associate’s degree through our Associate in a Year program
We have 56 credit and non-credit programs available
With four-year institutions in North Carolina
South Piedmont is nationally recognized for our HyFlex technology, which allows students to attend in-person, online in real-time, or online at a time that suits their schedules.
From South Piedmont to a Four-Year University
For Every $1 NC Community College students invest in their education, they receive $4.50 in future earnings
*Of students who graduated from South Piedmont with an Associate Degree or completed 30 transfer hours that then transferred to a four-year university.
South Piedmont’s success is best told through the stories of its graduates, who have gone on to become leaders in their fields and communities.
South Piedmont Community College alumna Diana Xavier is now a
One day this summer, Miranda Goodwin is going to be
SPCC Graduate Dedicates Degree to Her Daughter: ‘She is Going to Grow Up Knowing She Can Do This Too.’
The inspiration for Aanjele Miller’s college degree weighs about 30