Chatham County Page
Central Carolina Community College's Chatham County Campus is located on 42 acres at 764 West St. in Pittsboro. The campus has 59,000 square feet of floor space for classrooms, shops, offices, and laboratories.
The campus is the primary location for the college's sustainability programs: Sustainable Agriculture, Alternative Energy Technology: Biofuels, Sustainability Technologies: Green Building and Renewable Energy, Ecotourism, and Natural Chef Culinary Arts. These programs are housed in the Sustainable Technologies Center, a LEED certified building which showcases the latest in green building technologies.
The college's Chatham County Small Business Center is located at this campus. A 24,000-square-foot joint CCCC-Chatham Community Library serves both college students and faculty and the community.
The college's Professional Arts and Crafts: Sculpture program is housed in a 4,100-square-foot facility at 138 North Chatham Ave. in Siler City. Students and college faculty hold regular exhibits in its gallery.
The Siler City Center opened in January 2011 at 400A Progress Blvd in the Central Carolina Business Campus on a 41 acre plot. The 24,000 square foot facility is LEED certified and exhibits innovative technology throughout. The building has classroom, office, medical, and vocational lab space used to teach basic skills, workforce development, sculpture, medical certifications, and general college education.