South Piedmont Community College, also known as South Piedmont, or SPCC, was formed in 1999 by the North Carolina General Assembly. It traces its roots to the Ansonville unit of the Charlotte Industrial Education Center which was established in 1962. After a number of changes in name and status, and a few mergers, it became the South Piedmont Community College on 3rd August, 1999. The college offers classes in the following centers in North Carolina:
Students at SPCC are awarded Associate in Arts, Associate in Nursing (LPN to RN transition program), Associate in Arts-Elementary Education, or Associate in Science degrees. Majors in subjects including accounting , advertising and graphic design, biotechnology, business administration, human services technology, computer information technology, criminal justice technology, early childhood education, nursing, and surgical technology are available.
The students of SPCC publish the Student Activities Newsletter every month. In addition, the college sponsors a large number of clubs and organizations including the Advertising and Graphic Design Club, Campus Crusade for Christ, Criminal Justice Student Association, Health Technologies Clubs, Literary Arts Club, and Phi Theta Kappa (Alpha Omega Psi Chapter).
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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