Category: Central Carolina Community College

CCCC announces cancellation of fall sports season

Sanford, NC – Central Carolina Community College has canceled its fall sports season for the 2020-21 academic year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. CCCC competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), which announced on Monday that a…

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CCCC will offer Teacher Preparation degrees

Sanford – Are you interested in becoming a teacher? If so, beginning this fall, Central Carolina Community College will begin to offer the Teacher Preparation degrees. Students can earn an Associate in Science – Teacher Preparation degree or Associate in…

CCCC ranked among nation’s Top 50 community colleges

Sanford, NC – Central Carolina Community College has been ranked among the Top 50 community colleges in the nation by College Consensus, a unique college ratings website that aggregates publisher rankings and student reviews. CCCC is ranked No. 47 in…

Register for CCCC Spring 2020 classes online now

Pittsboro, NC – Spring semester continuing education classes are live on the Central Carolina Community College website right now! Here are a few of the upcoming spring classes. *DIY Kit: Write a Short Story in One Day* C1059 3/7 –…

Chatham residents on Spring 2019 CCCC Dean’s List

Sanford, NC – The following students have been named to the Central Carolina Community College Dean’s List for the Spring 2019 semester, announces Ken Hoyle, Vice President of Student Services. Students named to the Dean’s List earned a grade point…

Free computer classes at Chatham Community Library

free computer classes at Chatham Library

Pittsboro, NC – Chatham Community Library is offering a series of free computer classes in November and December. You can find a description of each class, including topics covered and prerequisites for attending, by visiting www.chathamnc.org/ComputerClasses . Microsoft Excel Basics, Part 1:…

YouthBuild program comes to Siler City and Sanford

Sanford, NC – For some youth, failure to complete high school signals an end to their educational journey. For those entering YouthBuild, their journey is just igniting. In February, Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) was awarded a $1.1 million grant…