Message from the President of Piedmont Community College
I am very excited to welcome you to Piedmont Community College’s (PCC) new web site. This web site was designed as part of our commitment to make PCC information easily accessible.

We hope you will find the new site easy to learn, efficient to use, and aesthetically pleasing. The new visual design and research-based navigation are intended to improve your ability to find information. Whether you are a high school student, a current PCC student, someone who wants to continue your education or take advantage of our online and distance learning opportunities, enhance community and business relations, or are a resident of our community or a visitor from across the country, PCC’s web site is designed with you in mind-- both visually and content-wise.

What you are seeing is the first phase of the new expandable design; more enhancements are forthcoming. Please continue to check back in as we add new features and content based on your needs and give us your comments and suggestions.

Our primary mission at PCC is to enrich the lives of the citizens of Person and Caswell counties. We have a history of excelling at this mission, as demonstrated by the fact that we are one of only eleven of the 58 North Carolina Community Colleges to earn the special recognition of being named an “Exceptional Institution” through our achievements in serving our students and communities. The same dedication and commitment that made Piedmont Community College an “Exceptional Institution” was also employed during the development and implementation of our Distance Learning opportunities along with this new web presence. This new web site and our high-quality distance learning programs give PCC the ability to offer lifelong learning, educational and training programs and cultural opportunities to a broader audience of learners with no limits of time of day or class locations.

As you explore our new website, you will find that we worked hard to provide information that will help you be successful academically and keep you informed of opportunities and events being offered here at PCC and the community-at-large. Let us know how well we’ve done and help us create a web site that provides you easy access to the PCC information and services you need.

Thank you for visiting our web site. We hope you’ll let PCC help you have a successful future.

Dr. Walter C. Bartlett
About Our President
Dr. Walter C. Bartlett became Piedmont Community College’s President in August 2009. He is the fourth person to serve as President of the College since it was chartered in 1970.

Dr. Bartlett received a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He also holds a Masters of Industrial Engineering from N.C. State University and a B.S. degree in Industrial Technology from Southern Illinois University. He is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, where he was an electronics instructor.

Dr. Bartlett has more than 25 years of experience in the North Carolina Community College System. He served as Vice President, Technical Programs at Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute in Hudson, N.C., prior to being named Piedmont Community College President. He also held positions at Mitchell Community College in Statesville, N.C., and Durham Technical Community College in Durham, N.C.

Within the North Carolina Community College System, Dr. Bartlett has served on the Curriculum Program Application Revision Committee and the Leadership Council of the Super Curriculum Improvement Project.

He serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Group and as chairman of the Life-long Learning Task Force for Person County’s Strategic Planning Group. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Person County Partnership for Children, Caswell County Partnership for Children, Person County Economic Development, Person County Business and Industry Center, Inc., Person County United Way, Person Memorial Hospital and Kerr-Tar Workforce Development Board.  On a national level he is a member of the Board of Directors of COMBASE (a competency-based education consortium) and the Southern Association of Community, Junior and Technical Colleges.   

Dr. Bartlett is a member of the Roxboro Development Group, the Industrial Relations Committee of the Roxboro Area Chamber of Commerce and the Roxboro American Legion, Post 138.  He is Past President of the Roxboro Kiwanis Club.  

He is the author of a residential electrical wiring laboratory manual which has been in circulation since 2002.
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