The Registrar’s Office is responsible for academic scheduling, student registration, enrollment verification, collection and distribution of grades, academic records maintenance, transfer credit evaluation, graduation audits, awarding of degrees, Commencement, student data and statistics, veterans benefits, FERPA compliance, and transcript services.
Computer labs are located in various locations on campus. Learn where they are and when they are open.
Piedmont College provides an academic support and writing center for students who need assistance with classwork.
Piedmont College coordinates and provides a variety of academic and support services based on the individuals needs of each student with the goal of creating an accessible academic, social, and physical environment for students with disabilities.
Piedmont College is committed to developing and inspiring critical thinking throughout the college community. There are many ways that faculty, staff, students, and community members can get involved and take advantage of the available opportunities and resources that support critical thinking.
PC 101 is the Introduction to College Life and Liberal Arts Tradition one credit hour class for all incoming freshmen to aid them in the transition from High School to College. The class is for one semester, typically during the student's first semester.