South Piedmont is North Carolina’s newest community college—created in 1999 by the North Carolina General Assembly. The legislature’s action abolished Anson Community College and assigned the new college’s service area as Anson and Union counties in south-central North Carolina. The stated mission of South Piedmont is to support “learning, student success, and workforce and community development.”
SPCC's college credit programs lead to a certificate, a diploma, or an associate degree. SPCC offers programs of study in a wide range of college transfer and career areas. SPCC has partnered with Career Step to offer online programs in medical and IT fields.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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