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A smooth start for CPCC, Johnson C. Smith

Summer vacation officially came to an end Thursday for about 21,000 students who began the fall semester at CPCC and at Johnson C. Smith University.

They were the first of Mecklenburg County’s colleges and universities to begin classes for the 2013-14 academic year, to be followed next week by UNC Charlotte and Queens University of Charlotte, in two weeks by Davidson College, and next month by Johnson & Wales University.

School representatives were on hand to guide students at the six CPCC campuses, where about 19,000 students were expected for classes.

More than 1,600 students were expected at Johnson C. Smith University. Observer staff reports

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