About the Website (cpcc.edu)

Our website tells the story and purpose of Central Piedmont as a smart choice for accessible, affordable, real-world education in a clear, bold, and far-reaching way. The Digital Strategy team in Communications, Marketing, and Public Relations (CMPR) manages the website content, branding and web governanance, while Information Technology Services (ITS)  manages the technical aspects of the site and provides technical support.

The public website includes all web pages that start with "cpcc.edu" in the URL. This does not include MyCollege, the employee Intranet (inside.cpcc.edu), or other Central Piedmont web domains. 

Website Resources and Information

  • Supported Browsers

    In order to provide you the best experience possible while using our website, it's important that you use a modern, standards-compliant browser. When using cpcc.edu and other college websites and applications, be sure you are using the latest versions of Chrome or Firefox. If you aren't sure which browser you are currently using, visit What's My Browser.

    You can find a link to download the latest version of your favorite browser at Browse Happy.

  • Submit a Website Update Request

    Request a new web page(s) or updates to existing content on www.cpcc.edu by submitting the Website Maintenance Request form. Questions? Email Digital Communications.

  • Website Editing Access

    With the redesign of the Central Piedmont website, we are putting new processes in place for how content is edited and published to ensure the site is audience-focused, user-friendly, and free of duplicated content for good search engine optimization (SEO).

    Request Website Editing Access

    Faculty and staff can now request limited edit access to certain pages on cpcc.edu. For more information on editing scope and processes, visit the Website Editing page on inside.cpcc.edu (login required).

    Use this form to request access to edit the website (login required).

    Website Editing Procedures and Guidelines

    For information on how to log in to cpcc.edu and edit your content, see the Website Editing Procedures. To understand your role as a website editor, please read the Website Editor Role, Responsibilities, and Guidelines document before you edit content. 

    Website Training

    A new, comprehensive training program to replace "Web Ambassador" training is being developed to provide content editors with all the tools and information you need to manage your content. The training will be hands-on and instructor led. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the timeline for this training has been moved until we are able to return to campus and gather in groups. If you have edit needs that you aren't yet able to manage, please submit a Website Maintenance Request form and the Digital Communications team will handle your update in a timely manner.

  • Content Strategy

    Our website audiences expect and deserve an outstanding user experience each time they visit our website. This means they are able to efficiently find and use accurate, audience-focused, and up-to-date information. To make sure this happens, content editors will be expected to adhere to the content strategy when posting information on cpcc.edu.

    Content editors should  adhere to the branding and editorial style guidelines when developing content.

    Our Content Strategy Statement

    To create and publish audience-focused content that tells our story and purpose as a smart choice for accessible, affordable, real-world education and inspires students to visit us and enroll for learning experiences that transform lives.

  • Your Web Feedback and Suggestions

    We appreciate your feedback and suggestions on various areas of the website. The site is structured, designed and tested with input from all audiences. 

    Any changes or enhancements made going forward will be done so with thorough and thoughtful input from audiences affected. 

    To submit feedback and suggestions, email Digital Communications.