New students should be sure to complete the application process found at Become a Student. For those who need assistance, please send an email to email@example.com or call (252) 823-5166 and press 1 for Student Services.
Campus facilities are open to current and prospective students, vendors, and scheduled visitors. Non-essential visitors are not permitted to use campus facilities.
Spring semester classes begin January 7 and end May 5. Most classes will be delivered online, with some offered as a hybrid of online and in-person instruction. A number of classes will be delivered through synchronous learning, which is online instruction that occurs in real time, often with a set class schedule and required login times.
Many courses that contain clinical/lab/shop components, such as nursing, cosmetology, welding, and automotive courses, will be delivered as a hybrid of online and in-person instruction, with in-person instruction provided with safety precautions in place.
Campus libraries are open to current students who need access to technology. The libraries and computer stations are sanitized regularly. Acrylic partitions have been installed at the circulation area, social distancing procedures are in place, and face masks are required.
College WiFi access spots on the Tarboro campus are the front of the Fleming Building, the front of the Cosmetic Arts Building, and behind the McIntyre Building near the student lounge. All of these areas have outdoor seating, and electrical outlets are located nearby. On the Rocky Mount campus, the parking lot adjacent to the student lounge in the Barnes Building is an access spot. Log into the ECCGuest network; no password is required. See campus maps.
Also, ECC students can access WiFi at any Edgecombe County Public Schools campus parking lot. Log into the guest network; no password is required.
Additionally, see information about hotspots in Tarboro and Rocky Mount.
ECC has a limited number of Chromebooks available to lend to students who are experiencing difficulties accessing campus, internet, or hardware for classes.
If you are in need of assistance, please use your MyEdge credentials to sign in to Starfish. From there, you can “Raise Your Hand” and request technology assistance.
(You can also use Starfish to request help from Financial Aid, the Tutoring Center, your instructors, and more!)
For more information on using Starfish, please contact the Student Success Center.
Go to Moodle and log in. This online orientation will guide you through the process.
Please email Financial Aid.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF), which provides emergency funding to colleges and universities to assist students affected by the campus disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Edgecombe Community College (ECC) received HEERF funding and established the CARES Act Emergency Grant Fund to distribute grants to eligible students who were enrolled as of May 6, 2020. These funds may be used to pay for expenses such as housing, food, technology needs, childcare, medical expenses, and other costs resulting from the campus disruption.
Funds from the CARES Act are not considered financial aid and do not affect a student’s current or future financial aid eligibility. Per guidance from the Federal Government, priority will be to given to our highest-need students as identified by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The following eligibility criteria apply:
ECC created a formula that assists a wide range of eligible students. See the disbursement chart below.
|Enrollment Status/Level||Award Amount|
|Full-time enrollment (12 or more credits)||$800|
|3/4-time enrollment (9-11 credits)||$600|
|Half-time (6-8 credits)||$400|
|Less than half-time (1-5 credits)||$200|
ECC used the same disbursement method applied through Heartland/ECSI. An email notification was sent to each student receiving funding.
Please email Admissions.
ECC students can make payments on their student accounts online through Self Service. This feature is for students in Curriculum programs, including degree, diploma, and certificate. Log into your Self Service account. If you owe a balance, click on “Student Finance,” then “Make a Payment,” and follow the prompts.
Students also can pay for classes by mailing a check to Edgecombe Community College, Attn: Business Office, 2009 W. Wilson St., Tarboro, NC 27886.
Questions? Contact (252) 618-6505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ECC will continue to assess and provide updates as the coronavirus pandemic progresses. Students should check the College website, social media channels, and their @myedge.cc account for updates.