Catawba Valley Community College
Spring Registration is going on now!
Register for the spring semester by completing the Application online.
CVCC has a variety of class options available for Spring 2021. Classes are held Seated/Hybrid (On-Campus in person), Virtual, and Online to fit your needs.
Appointments are available with the Advising Center to register.
Think. Do. Create.
Are you a great problem solver who craves knowledge? Are you hands-on and self-motivated? Can you connect the dots where others don't see the connection? Discover yourself and you will discover a career path that engages and excites you!
Accelerate Your Business
Dealing with Change, Inovative Thinking, Customer Service, Motivating Employees, Workplace Morale and Understanding Conflict.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Security and Safety
Emergency Operation Plan
Employer Do's and Don'ts
This spring semester may look and feel different from past semesters due to steps that we are taking to ensure a safe and productive academic environment. Our plan for the delivery of instruction and possibly the academic calendar may require changes if we need to shift our strategy to meet changing conditions.
News and Events
Catawba Valley Community College announces three Lean Six Sigma certification programs for the business community starting in February.
The next eight-week Furniture Fundamentals class at Catawba Valley Community College Furniture Academy is open for registration.
Through a partnership with Catawba Valley Community College’s Manufacturing Solutions Center (MSC) and Gaston College’s Textile Technology Center (TTC) comes the birth of the Manufacturing & Textile Innovation Network (MTIN).
The funds raised by K-64 from November 2019 until the summer of 2020 and matched by Alex Lee allowed the purchase of important social-emotional learning tools that will benefit Catawba County Schools, Hickory Public Schools and Newton-Conover City Schools.
Catawba Valley Community College students Jeffrey Alejandro Sarmiento Guardado and Jerry Nicole Keener became the latest recipients of the CVCC School of Workforce Development and the Arts (WDA) and the CVCC Foundation’s student incentive funding on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
Accounting student Hayley L. Foster became the latest recipient of the CVCC School of Workforce Development and the Arts (WDA) and the CVCC Foundation’s student incentive funding on Tuesday, Dec. 8.
A World of Possibilities
A world where skills and ideas merge to create a better tomorrow. A world where the value of connection, to each other, and to the community is recognized. Discover your possibilities at CVCC.