This guide provides links to various resources to accompany assignments and readings for PCC Academic Success (ACA) classes.
Last Updated: May 18, 2015
This guide was designed for students taking ACA 111 and 122. However, the information presented would be of use to anyone who is looking for resources related to becoming a successful college student at PCC or another institution.
- Academic Programs
A list of departmental websites for each of the academic programs offered at PCC.
Lists information about the process of being admitted to PCC. Admissions procedures for various programs and types of students are covered.
- Financial Aid
Lists information you need in order to apply for financial aid. You can sign up for loan workshops, see a list of deadlines, download forms, and more.
- CFNC.org - College Foundation of North Carolina
College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) is a free service of the State of North Carolina that helps students plan, apply, and pay for college.
Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for education beyond high school.
This page gives you important information regarding registration procedures.
- PCC General Catalog
Pitt Community College publishes a catalog to provide students and other interested persons with information about the college and its programs.
- Academic Calendars
Lists the current and future academic calendars for the campus.
- Curriculum Course Schedules
The "Class Schedule" for all of the curriculum courses offered at PCC during a given semester are listed on this page.
- Student Development Services
Pitt Community College offers a variety of student services at no charge to support students in their college experience and to successfully reach their educational goals. This webpage outlines all of those services.
- Tutorial & Academic Success Center
TASC is a free service for all students registered for traditional, Internet, evening, and weekend classes at PCC. Individual and group sessions with academically qualified peer tutors and professional tutors are offered to provide academic support.
- PCC Library
PCC Library offers services to students on campus as well as those online. The Library is located in the Everett Building and provides computers, Internet access, printing, print and online resources, and a full staff of librarians to help you with your research needs.
- Clubs & Organizations
Campus clubs and organizations provide programs and opportunities to assist Pitt Community College students in becoming well-rounded and in developing interpersonal communication and leadership skills.
PCC offers several different options for getting involved in sports. Check here for news about sporting events and how you can get involved.