South Piedmont Community College

South Piedmont Community College

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Education

About Us

SPCC offers college transfer education, career education, industry training, lifelong-learning education, and developmental education. The college serves both Union and Anson counties.

South Piedmont is North Carolina’s newest community college—created in 1999 by the North Carolina General Assembly. The legislature’s action abolished Anson Community College and assigned the new college’s service area as Anson and Union counties in south-central North Carolina.South Piedmont is in the unique position of being a new institution with a proud history. The institution traces its roots to 1962, with the founding of the Ansonville unit of the Charlotte Industrial Education Center. In collaboration with Stanly Community College, it also provided years of service in Union County as Union Technical Education Center.

The institution was originally designated as the Ansonville Industrial Education Center in November 1962 by action of the State Department of Public Instruction. In 1967, the Anson County Board of Education and County Commissioners officially appointed a local Board of Trustees. As a result, the Ansonville Industrial Education Center became Anson Technical Institute, a unit of the Department of Community Colleges of North Carolina.

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Events

Record Keeping and Taxes for Small Business
  • As a small business owner, the tax preparation and filing process can be a challenge. Do you wonder what kinds of tax records you should keep?
  • Thursday Jan 12, 2023
What You Need to Know About Finances When Starting a Business

Rep/Contact Info

Anthony Barbour
Coordinator, Purchasing and Equipment
  • Phone: (704) 272-5383
Dennis Baucom
Director of Vocational Trades
  • Phone: (704) 290-5100
Carl Bishop
VP Academic Affairs
Miriam Black
Director of Public Safety Curriculum Programs
  • Phone: (704) 290-5100
Michelle Brock
Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services
  • Phone: (704) 272-5357
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Mary Beth Brown
Program Assistant, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Phone: (704) 290-1721
Russell Carpenter
Industrial Maintenance Instructor/Coordinator
  • Phone: (704) 290-5892
Alen Doty
Director of Student Life, Leadership, and Engageme
  • Phone: (704) 272-5375
Sherry Gillespie
Director, Advancement
  • Phone: (704) 290-5100
Oscar Gonzalez
Computer Information Technology Instructor
  • Phone: (704) 290-5232
Kristen Griffin
Lead Program Coordinator
  • Phone: (704) 290-5223
Elizabeth Hamrick
Executive Assistant to the President
  • Phone: (704) 290-5251
Renee Hode
Director of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Phone: (704) 993-2424
Al Johnstone
Counselor, Small Business Center/Instructor, HRD
  • Phone: (704) 290-5218
Rick Kilian
Campus Safety Officer
  • Phone: (704) 718-0523
Kamisha Kirby
Faculty, Dept of Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Phone: (704) 290-5822
Julie Laytham
Professional Programs/HRD Instructor
  • Phone: (704) 290-5238
Mark Little
Dept Chair, Computer/Industrial Technologies
  • Phone: (704) 290-5245
Maureen Little
Executive Director, SPCC Foundation
  • Phone: (704) 290-5893
Shawna Loftis
Student Activities Director
  • Phone: (704) 272-5375
Todd Morris
Director, Corporate Training
  • Phone: (704) 290-5827
Tara Moss
Clinical Program Coordinator
  • Phone: (704) 290-5100
Maria Pharr
President
  • Phone: (704) 290-5251
Lauren Sellers
Associate VP of HR and Payroll
  • Phone: (704) 272-5335
Karla Shields
Dean, School of Applied Science & Technology
  • Phone: (704) 993-2437
Makena Stewart
Dean, Student Development
  • Phone: (704) 290-5100
Theresa Tribuzio
Recruitment Specialist