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SECU Foundation Awards Nine Scholarships at ECC

The State Employees Credit Union Foundation recently awarded nine scholarships to Continuing Education students at Edgecombe Community College. Established in 2013, the SECU Foundation Continuing Education Scholarship Program focuses on assisting the needs of North Carolina’s unemployed and underemployed citizens, military veterans, and members of the state’s National Guard seeking short-term job training for new […]

Season Fourteen of Edgecombe Performance Series Begins October 28

Music, dance, and drama are the themes of performances in the upcoming fourteenth season of Edgecombe Community College’s Edgecombe Performance Series. Each year, the College presents a series of performances for the community in a variety of artistic disciplines. All Performance Series events take place in Keihin Auditorium on the Tarboro campus, located at 2009 […]

Employees Receive Service Awards

Congratulations to Edgecombe Community College employees who received Service Awards at the College’s recent fall semester kickoff for employees. From left are Ulrich Hill, coordinator of the Student Success Center on the Tarboro campus, who was recognized for one year of service to the College; Thomas Bracy, coordinator of the Student Success Center on the […]

Respiratory Therapy Program Receives National Distinction

For 30 years, Ralph Webb has led the Respiratory Therapy program at Edgecombe Community College. At 63, Webb had been thinking of life after his long career at the College, but he says he wanted to leave the program when it was at its very best. When he received word in April that the program […]

ECC Religion Instructor Receives Prestigious Teaching Award

Stephen Herring, religion, geography, and development studies instructor at Edgecombe Community College, has been awarded the 2018-2019 Keihin Endowed Faculty Chair. The chair was endowed by Keihin Carolina System Technology (KCST) through a $100,000 gift in 2007, and it rewards excellence in teaching. “I accept this honor with incredible gratitude,” Herring said in accepting the […]

Practical Nursing Graduates Hold Pinning Ceremony

Practical Nursing graduates at Edgecombe Community College participated in a recent pinning ceremony. From left are Shelley Gillikin, Tabatha Holmes, Reagan Gardner, Tarsha Spruill, and Diamante Smith. These graduates are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN), which is required for practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse.

Board of Trustees Announces Appointments

A new member of the Edgecombe Community College Board of Trustees was officially sworn in and a second member was reappointed at the board’s recent quarterly meeting. The Edgecombe County Board of Education appointed Ricky Thompson of Tarboro to the board. Thompson is a financial advisor with Edward Jones. Gloria Wiggins-Hicks, a trustee since 1997, […]

ECC Launches New Service for Students

Edgecombe Community College announces the launch of Single Stop services in its Student Success Center. Single Stop’s “one-stop shop” model will offer a broad range of social, financial, and legal services to all ECC students. The Single Stop office, set to open August 23 in the Student Success Center, will connect students and their families […]

Twin Counties Education & Business Leaders’ Summit Set for August 9

Two prominent North Carolina business leaders will headline the Twin Counties Education & Business Leaders’ Summit on Thursday, August 9. The event will be held in Keihin Auditorium on the Tarboro campus of Edgecombe Community College. Doors will open at 7:15 a.m. for a networking breakfast, and the program will follow. John Chaffee, president and […]

ECC Instructor Receives Order of the Long Leaf Pine

Edgecombe Community College instructor and area historian Monika Fleming recently received the Order of the Long Leaf Pine from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper. When presenting the prestigious award to Fleming, Tarboro Mayor Joe Pitt says it was a very happy moment for him as mayor to have a local citizen so deserving of the […]