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REGISTER NOW FOR Spring 2022 and Summer 2022!

Students are eligible to register for classes once they complete the admissions process.

Click here to view available SPRING 2022 and SUMMER 2022 courses. 

Registration is open through the start date of the semester. Please click on specific semesters below for semester start dates.  

We recommend students register as early as possible.

How to Register
For detailed instructions on how to register click on the Helpful Registration Tools and Guides below. 

  • Current Students: 
    • Registration for Spring 2022 will begin on November 1st. The Spring semester begins on January 7th, 2022.
    • Students will register through their GO! accounts or contact Academic Advising for an advising appointment.
      • Phone: 704-290-5213
      • Email: advising@spcc.edu
    • Payment or payment arrangements for Spring 2022 is due by December 1st 2021. Payment options can be found here  
        • Phone: 704-272-5355 or 704-272-5354 
  • New Students:  
    • Registration for Spring 2022 will begin on November 1st. The Spring semester begins on January 7th, 2022.
    • New students will need to complete the admissions process if you have not done so already, which will enable you to register for classes.
    • Once the admissions process is completed, then you are ready to register for classes through your SPCC provided GO! Account or you may contact Academic Advising for an advising appointment:
      • Phone: 704-290-5213
      • Email: advising@spcc.edu
      • Payment or payment arrangements for Spring 2022 is due by December 1st 2021.
        • Payment options can be found here  
          • Phone: 704-272-5355 or 704-272-5354
  • Current Students: 
    • Registration for Summer 2022 will begin November 1st. The Summer semester begins on May 31st, 2022.
    • Students will register through their GO! accounts or contact Academic Advising for an advising appointment.
      • Phone: 704-290-5213
      • Email: advising@spcc.edu
    • Payment or payment arrangements for Summer 2022 is due by May 15th 2022. Payment options can be found here  
        • Phone: 704-272-5355 or 704-272-5354 
  • New Students:  
    • Registration for Summer 2021 will begin November 1st. The Summer semester begins on May 31st, 2022.
    • New students will need to complete the admissions process if you have not done so already, which will enable you to register for classes.
    • Once the admissions process is completed, then you are ready to register for classes through your SPCC provided GO! Account or you may contact Academic Advising for an advising appointment:
      • Phone: 704-290-5213
      • Email: advising@spcc.edu
      • Payment or payment arrangements for Summer 2022 is due by May 15th 2022.
        • Payment options can be found here  
          • Phone: 704-272-5355 or 704-272-5354

Short term training options, class descriptions, start dates, and cost can be found by clicking here.

 

Advising Center Hours

 Academic Advising services can be conducted via phone, email, virtual appointment, or walk-in. Virtual services are encouraged. 

The Academic Advising Centers Locations:

          • Old Charlotte Highway Campus (OCH), Monroe: Main Building, Room 3139 
          • L. L. Polk Campus (LLP), Polkton: Garibaldi Building, Room 264 
          • Tyson Family Center (Tyson), Monroe: Room 1404

 

L.L. POLK CAMPUS, POLKTON

  • Monday – Thursday: 8 am-5 pm
  • Friday: 8 am – 3 pm

OLD CHARLOTTE HIGHWAY CAMPUS, MONROE

  • Monday – Thursday: 8 am-5 pm
  • Friday: 8 am – 3 pm

TYSON FAMILY CENTER, MONROE

  • Monday – Thursday: 8 am-5 pm
  • Friday: 8 am – 3 pm
 
Contact Us

Email: advising@spcc.edu
Call: 704.290.5213

What is Aspire Appalachian Aspire?

Aspire Appalachian is a co-admission program between Appalachian State University and South Piedmont Community College intended to promote seamless transfer, access to baccalaureate degree completion and to enhance transfer success.  

Requirements:

Complete one of the following degrees at SPCC:

How to Apply:

 For further information or questions, please contact the Academic Advising Center at 704.290.5213 or advising@spcc.edu. 

What is the Pirate Promise? 

Guaranteed admission to ECU with a completed associate degree. This transfer program is for students who are in their first year of coursework at their community college to attend special events, receive advising assistance, and support before they apply to ECU. 

Requirements 

How to Apply 

  • Create an Account and Apply: https://admissions.ecu.edu/transfers/pirate-promise/
  •  Application tutorial via YouTube  
  • Student will receive notification via phone, email, or text  
  • SPCC will verify student’s standing 
  • Apply for admissions to ECU when student is a college Junior (NO FEE for Pirate Promise students along with even more Pirate Perks!) 

 

For further information or questions please contact piratepromise@edu.edu or contact the Academic Advising Center at 704.290.5213 or advising@spcc.edu 

What is the Aggie Plus Program?

The Aggie Plus Program is a co-admissions program designed to provide prospective N.C. A&T transfer students a seamless transition to N.C A&T from their local NC community college.  

Requirements 

  • Complete AA, AS, (select AAS programs are also eligible as stated by the bilateral transfer agreement)  
  • Must apply to “Aggie Plus” prior to earning less than 30 credit hours and plan courses with their Aggie Plus Advisor 
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher and earn a “C” or higher in all courses. (Some NCATSU programs may have additional program requirements and students will be notified)  

You can also visit the AGGIE PLUS PROGRAM PAGE 

How to Apply 

  • Submit the Aggie Plus Program Online Commitment form prior to completing 30 credit hours toward an Associate Degree (NO APPLICATION FEE and PRIORITY REVIEW) 
  • Submit proof of admission to SPCC and Official SPCC academic transcript. 
  • Complete FERPA authorization enabling SPCC to share student academic performance information with NCATSU for the purpose of advising. 

For further information or questions please contact the Academic Advising Center at 704.290.5213 or advising@spcc.edu 

This partnership is designed to give academically qualified South Piedmont students a seamless admissions process to St. Andrews University of Charlotte and provide high-quality academic advising. 

Requirements: 

Complete one of the following degrees:

      • Associates in Art
      • Associates in Arts – Teacher Preparation
      •  Associates in Science
      • Associates in Science – Teacher Preparation
      • Business Administration
      • Business Administration – Entrepreneurship
      • General Medical Office Administration
      • Medical Billing and Coding
  • To be eligible students must complete their degree with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) in transferable, college-level coursework with grades of C or better.  St. Andrews will transfer up to 60 academic credits towards a bachelor’s degree. 
  • Commit to full-time status (a minimum of 12 semester hours) at South Piedmont unless the student is enrolled in an Early College or Career and College Promise program.
  • Contact St. Andrews University to let them know you are interested in the co-admission opportunity: admission@sa.edu or 910.277.5555
  • Prior to registering for St. Andrews classes, students must submit a St. Andrews admissions application and South Piedmont official transcripts, provide immunization documentation, and meet admissions requirements
  •  Participate in required academic advising sessions with both SPCC and SA-CLT academic advisors to ensure appropriate course selection and matriculation for seamless and efficient transfer
 
For further information or questions please contact the Academic Advising Center at 704.290.5213 or advising@spcc.edu 

What is the UNCW Pathways to Excellence Program? 

It is a pathway for guaranteed transfer admission to UNCW for students completing an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or Associate of Engineering with a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) in transferable college-level coursework. 

https://uncw.edu/admissions/south-piedmont-community-college-pathway-to-excellence-program.html  

Step 1) Current student with SPCC 

Step 2) Complete the letter of intent 

Step 3) Complete a transferable Associate Degree prior to enrolling at UNCW 

Step 4) Earn a 2.5 cumulative GPA in transferable college level coursework

Step 5) Apply to UNCW (submit application and request SPCC transcripts to be sent to UNCW) 

For further information or questions please contact the Academic Advising Center at 704.290.5213 or advising@spcc.edu. 

What is the Road2Wingate? 

The Road2Wingate is a co-admission agreement that is designed to give academically qualified students a seamless admissions process to Wingate and access to facilities and programs at Wingate. Road2Wingate students who complete an Associate in Arts, Science, or Fine Arts degree, maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA, and are in good academic standing will be guaranteed admission to Wingate.  

Requirements:

  • Road2Wingate is open to students enrolled in Early College, Career and College Promise program or those in their first semester of community college enrollment.
  • Enroll in the Road2Wingate program prior to beginning coursework at South Piedmont unless the student is enrolled in an Early College or Career and College Promise program.
  • Complete ACA 122: College Transfer Success in the first semester of enrollment.
  • Complete one the following degree requirements at South Piedmont:
  • Prior to registering for Wingate classes, students must submit a Wingate University admissions application and South Piedmont official transcripts, provide immunization documentation, and meet Wingate admissions requirements.
  • Participate in required academic advising sessions with both SPCC and WU academic advisors to ensure appropriate course selection and matriculation for seamless and efficient transfer.
 
For further information or questions please contact the Academic Advising Center at 704.290.5213 or advising@spcc.edu.
 

What is the Dual Admissions Program? 

The Dual Admissions Program is an opportunity for guidance and support for enrolled SPCC students who either do not initially meet WSSU minimum admission requirements OR who plan to transfer to WSSU upon completion of an Associate Degree at SPCC and have not completed more than 40 credit hours toward an academic program. 

Requirements:

  • Complete an AA or AS degree. AAS degrees on a case by case basis. 
  • Taken 40 or less credits toward an academic program.
  • 2.0 GPA or higher.
  • Submit a signed contract to WSSU.