The shelter in place order on Central Campus is lifted. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) advised Central Piedmont to end the shelter in place. CMPD continues to look for the suspect off campus.
You may resume normal activities and classes. Thank you for your cooperation during this event.
Students Earn Their Nursing Pin
Despite a pandemic, this year’s class of nursing students persevered, earning their nursing pin during a special ceremony on Dec. 9, and a 94-percent job placement rate.
The pinning ceremony is a time-honored tradition in the nursing community, symbolizing the nursing student’s hard work and commitment to serving others as a healthcare professional.
This year marks the 54th anniversary of the pinning ceremony at Central Piedmont, an institution that is home to the oldest nursing program of its kind in the state of North Carolina and renowned for producing quality healthcare practitioners who are prepared to meet the healthcare needs of residents located in Mecklenburg County and beyond.
To learn more about nursing at Central Piedmont, visit cpcc.edu/programs/nursing.