Use Your Financial Aid to Buy Supplies at Central Piedmont Barnes & Noble Bookstores
If your financial aid awards to attend Central Piedmont (excluding work-study) are greater than your semester charges for tuition, fees, and supplies, you may use your remaining aid to charge books and supplies at Central Piedmont bookstores to your student account no earlier than 10 days before classes start. Be sure to plan ahead and check bookstore locations and hours. The bookstore page also details the steps to order textbooks on the bookstore website.
Dates You Can Use Your Aid to Purchase Supplies at Central Piedmont Barnes & Noble Bookstores
- Tuesday, January 4–Saturday, January 29
- Tuesday, February 22–Saturday, February 26
- Thursday, March 10–Thursday, March 31
- Saturday, April 23–Saturday, April 30
Online: Career and College Promise Dual Enrollment Virtual Q and A
Have questions about Central Piedmont's Career & College Promise dual enrollment? Join us for a virtual drop-in question and answer session to get answers to your questions about how to enroll, register for courses, and more.
Dual enrollment is a tuition-free program available to rising high school juniors and seniors in NC to earn college credit for free while in high school.
Online: Get FAFSA Help
Get help filling out the FAFSA at a FAFSA workshop.
Spring Payment Deadline
Spring payment deadlines
Location: Online, Cato Campus, Central Campus, Merancas Campus
Nervous about taking your first online course in Brightspace, Central Piedmont’s Learning Management System? The Library can help! Our one hour, virtual instructional sessions will give you hands-on experience with Brightspace. These sessions will show you how to:
- navigate Brightspace
- turn on notifications
- download the Brightspace Pulse app
- take quizzes
- upload assignments
- post discussions
- complete an Enrollment Verification Activity
These sessions are optional and open to all Central Piedmont students. We think you should strongly consider signing up for this additional help if you:
- are new to Central Piedmont
- are an English as a Foreign Language student
- do not feel comfortable with technology, especially new technology
We also encourage you to use the Library's Brightspace resource guide for extra help if needed.
Our goal is to make sure you are comfortable with the tools you need to be successful in class. We can’t wait to see you there!
Online: Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Scholarship Information Session
The Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) scholarship helps community college students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a continuing education student in a high-demand workforce training program that will lead to a state or industry-recognized credential, you may be eligible for a GEER scholarship. Join us for the information session to learn more about the GEER scholarship.
All sessions are held in Webex. Before joining, learn how to use Webex.
If you have any questions, contact?Sheila Funderburke at 704.330.2722, ext. 3644 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Management and Business Analysis Information Session
Learn about certificates and industry-valued credentials of the leading business programs — Project Management?and Agile Project Management — at Central Piedmont's free virtual project management and agile information sessions.?
You’ll get an overview of Corporate and Continuing Education courses and programs, requirements, answers to your questions, and details on available options — including PMP?, CAPM?, PMI-PBA?, PMI-ACP?, and SAFe? professional credentials, business certificates, and industry certifications.
Sign Up for a Free Virtual Project Management and Agile Information Session?
Upcoming sessions available:?
- Wednesday, January 12, 2022, 6-7:30 p.m., virtual through Webex
- Tuesday, February 1, 2022,?6-7:30 p.m., virtual through Webex
Learn more about our Project Management Certificate Program
The?Project Management Plus Certificate?prepares you for the PMP? exam.?
Financial Aid Refunds Disbursed for BankMobile Deposits
Your financial aid refund is how much of your aid you will receive after your tuition, fees, and books for the current academic year are deducted. The actual date that you receive your refund is based on the refund preference you selected.
For more information on refunds, including when and how you will get you refund, visit the financial aid awards and refunds page.
Refund Disbursement Dates
Every for-college-credit course has a 10% point (census date). Refunds are processed throughout the semester based on each course's census date. Review census date information (PDF) or find it on your course syllabus. Financial aid will not be credited to your student account before the census date of each for-college-credit course.
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