The Harris Campus responds to the educational and workforce training needs of Mecklenburg County’s residents and business community through a variety of job training programs that serve local business and industry, degree programs that help local residents achieve their academic goals, and personal enrichment classes that promote lifelong learning.
Harris Campus is home to the following programs:
Students taking courses that count for credit toward a degree, diploma or a credit certificate. Harris campus is home to the following curriculum programs:
Non-degree classes for job and career enhancement or personal enrichment. For more information, call 704.330.4223 or go to the Corporate and Continuing Education website.
Classes in GED Preparation, Adult High School, English as a Second Language (ESL), or Pathways to Employment are a part of the new College and Career Readiness Program. If you have questions, go to College and Career Readiness or call 704.330.6129.
The Corporate Learning Center, the College’s gateway for serving the learning and development needs of business and organizations in Mecklenburg County, is also housed on Harris Campus. Unemployed and underemployed local professionals will find job search assistance with Re-Careering Services, located in Harris II.
The Harris Campus is also home to the Harris Conference Center. With 14 thoughtfully-designed conference rooms and a dedicated professional staff, the Harris Conference Center combines state-of-the-art amenities with exceptional service for the comfort of as many as 500 meeting attendees.
Student-run Aspire Bakery & Bistro is located in Harris 1. We invite you to stop in for a tasty handmade treat and support this highly recognized program – all proceeds benefit student activities, scholarships, extracurricular education and resources.
The Dean of the Harris Campus is Mary Vickers-Koch, 704.330.4650.