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New Classes Begin March 7

In an effort to meet students’ needs, new eight-week classes begin at Edgecombe Community College on March 7. Fall and spring semester classes are 16 weeks long. The college has offered eight-week classes during the second eight weeks of the semester for several years. The classes are accelerated and cover the same amount of material […]

Instructor Named to State MLK Commission

Jacquie Jeffers, adjunct humanities instructor at Edgecombe Community College, has been appointed by Governor Roy Cooper to serve on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission. She is one of 16 individuals who sit on the statewide commission, which works to encourage appropriate ceremonies and activities throughout North Carolina relating to the observance of the legal […]

College Employee Receives Citizenship Award

Viola Harris, administrative assistant in ECC’s Office of College and Career Readiness, received the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Citizenship Award during the MLK Commemorative Banquet held recently in Tarboro. Harris is a member of the Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners. She is serving her fourth term as a commissioner. The award honors Harris for […]

College Salutes Healthcare Graduates

Health Occupations graduates at Edgecombe Community College were honored by college staff, family, and friends during the annual Health Occupations Recognition Ceremony held January 26. Last year, 193 students completed programs in Community Health Coach, Medication Aide, Nurse Aide I and II, Phlebotomy, and Personal Health Care Aide State Training. Some students completed more than […]

Barter Players to Perform Great Expectations on February 16

Edgecombe Community College, in cooperation with the Furman Mathewson Trust of Edgecombe County Memorial Library, is pleased to present an evening of theatre featuring The Barter Players on Thursday, February 16. The event is the third of five performances in Season Twelve of the Edgecombe Performance Series, which brings world class entertainment to Tarboro and […]

Online Instruction Growing at ECC

Reflecting a national trend, student enrollment in online classes at Edgecombe Community College is on the rise. Over the past three years, the number of students enrolled in online classes has increased 14 percent, from 1,206 students in Fall 2014 to 1,374 students in Fall 2016. “Online classes are more convenient, and they are less […]

Honor Society Helps Kids through Service Project

Edgecombe Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa honor society chapter focused on children in one of their primary service projects last semester. The Alpha Omega Nu chapter, which has about 50 student members, collaborated with Mattress Firm in Rocky Mount on projects for the Mattress Firm Foster Kids program and the Ticket to Dream Foundation. Mattress […]

Fall Academic Honor Rolls Announced

Edgecombe Community College is proud to announce its President’s List and Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester. The following full-time students earned a 4.0 grade point average, placing them on the President’s List. Arden: Karina Kimball Battleboro: Raul Terevinto, Jackie Viverette Bellarthur: Antonio Wilkes Elm City: Amanda Faircloth, Savannah Flanagan Fayetteville: Anna Fraley, Dori Sandall […]

Basic Skills Plus Is Training Students for the Workplace

In just its third year, the Basic Skills Plus program at Edgecombe Community College is making a solid impact. The program enables students seeking a high school diploma or its equivalent to earn an occupational credential and even work toward college credits at the same time. Basic Skills Plus, which is a program in the […]

Spring Semester Under Way Following Frosty Start

A new semester is in full swing today at Edgecombe Community College following a wintry weekend of snow and ice that closed the college for two of the first three days of spring classes. Classes began Friday, January 6. The college was closed Monday, January 9, and Tuesday, January 10, due to hazardous road conditions. […]