State Distribution Lists

https://intranet.cpcc.edu/sites/its/helpdesk/cclists.pdf

The North Carolina Community College System Office (NCCCS) hosts email distribution lists which are used to facilitate communication on a variety of topics among staff at all NC community colleges. A document detailing the available distribution groups and the intended audience of each can be found at the above link.

Features

Email administrators at CPCC maintain membership in the lists for faculty/staff. If you would like to be added or removed from one of the lists, please contact the ITS Helpdesk at 704-330-5000 or via email at helpdesk@cpcc.edu. Approval from your supervisor will be required.

Hours

The state distribution lists are available subject to maintenance schedules and cycles of both the NCCC System Office and CPCC. Please contact the NCCC System Office (http://www.nccommunitycolleges.edu) regarding thier maintenance schedules. CPCC system maintenance will be communicated as needed.

Messages can be sent to the lists by selecting them from the Global Address List within Outlook. Each list name is prepended with the letters 'CC' so they are easier to find. Please refer to the document linked below for a complete directory of the available lists and their intended audiences.

https://intranet.cpcc.edu/sites/its/helpdesk/cclists.pdf

The Help Desk will be available to assist with any requests pertaining to distribution during the following Hours of operation:

Monday – Thursday

7:30 AM - 9:30 PM


Phone

704-330-5000

Friday

7:30 AM - 5:00 PM


Fax

704-330-5475

Saturday

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM


E-mail

helpdesk@cpcc.edu

Sunday

Closed


 

 

Alert history is not available for this service.

Problems with this service should be reported to the ITS Help Desk. You can contact us by email at helpdesk@cpcc.edu or by calling 704.330.5000 during our normal operating hours.

Upon receipt of your report we will create a record in our tracking system and a tracking number will be provided, either over the phone or via automated email response, that you may use to identify this issue in any subsequent communications.