Piedmont Community College
March 15, 2017   
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Take Summer Classes at PCC that Transfer! 
Will your 4-year college student be home for the summer?

Did you know that:
3 credits at PCC costs under $270?

3 credits at a nearby 4-year university costs over $860!

Taking two summer classes at PCC will save a student over $1,200! Find out more by calling Leia at (336) 322-2273!
Transfer Classes include: 
BIO 111 
General Biology 

ECO 251 
Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 252 
Principles of Macroeconomics

ENG 111 
Writing and Inquiry

ENG 112 
Writing/Research in the Discipline

MAT 143 
Quantitative Literacy

MAT 152 
Statistical Methods I

MUS 110 
Music Appreciation

SOC 220 
Social Problems

Do You Have a High School Senior Graduating after June 5?  
High School students graduating after June 5 are eligible to take summer classes at PCC through the Career and College Promise program for FREE!

For details, contact: 
Person County: 
Suzanne Beshears 
(336) 599-8321, 
ext. 20012

Caswell County: 
Katrina Madden 
(336) 694-4212, 
ext. 213
Meet Me at the Kirby Text  
Art on Display the month of March

Free Reception on March 24, 6-8 p.m. 
Upcoming UNIQUE & FREE Classes
at PCC   

Begins March 18
Call (336) 322-2156
to register!
March 20 & 21
Call (336) 599-0032
to register!
Begins March 20
Call (336) 694-8064
to register!

March 23
Call (336) 694-4013
to register!

March 24
Call (336) 599-0032
to register!

March 25
Call (336) 599-0032
to register!

March 28
Call (336) 694-4013
to register!

Check us out on:
Women of Distinction logo
Piedmont Community College will recognize the accomplishments of six local women who exemplify the vision and mission of the college by being a contributor to their own community and beyond.

This awards luncheon will take place on
Thursday, March 23, 11:30 a.m. - 1 pm.
at the Kirby Cultural Arts Complex.

Tickets are $15 and available at the PCC Foundation Office or online at www.piedmontcc.edu/woda. Proceeds benefit the Scholarship Program at PCC. 
Open House on March 21 _ 22
  Learn more about PCC's 30+ programs and financial aid opportunities at one the upcoming Open House events! Drop in anytime between 5-7 p.m.!
DEAT art at Caswell Council for the Arts 
  Digital Effects and Animation Technology students
will have their work on display at Caswell Council for the Arts March 16 - April 14.
Free reception - March 16, 5 - 7:30 p.m.
at 43 West Main Street in Yanceyville.
Click here for more details! 
Russell Hart
Former Executive Editor of American Photo Magazine and Professional Photographer to speak at PCC on Thursday, March 16 
PCC is pleased to welcome Russell Hart to the Person County Campus on March 16 at 3 p.m. Hart will discuss how he reinvented himself as a photographer after having worked at American Photo magazine for 25 years. Some of his work will also be on display. Click here for the full story. 
Ain_t I a Woman flyer
In celebration of Women's History Month, PCC
will host the live theatrical and musical performance,
"Ain't I a Woman"
from 6-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5
at the Kirby Cultural Arts Complex.

This event is FREE and open to the public,
however, donations benefiting the PCC Foundation Scholarship program will be accepted.

For more information, contact
Vanessa Bass at (336) 322-2127 or
click here for the full news release!

Step into the Arts logo
PCC's 2017 Step into the Arts Festival
will be held on April 6-8 with a
"North Carolina: Our Home" theme.

The activities listed below are
FREE and open to the public!
Printable copy of Step into the Arts activities 
Click the image above for a printable copy.
Need additional information?
Contact Beth Townsend at (336) 322-2104 or
Amy Levine at (336) 322-2271.

Don't forget to see more about each act and vendor on the
Step into the Arts Facebook Page at

Interested in becoming a vendor? Click here for the application!