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ECC Staff Complete Leadership Class

Edgecombe Community College employees and Edgecombe County commissioners Evelyn Powell (left), District 1, and Viola Harris, District 2, were recognized recently by the Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners for completing a twelve-week online Colin Powell National Leadership class sponsored by the National Association of County Commissioners. Both Powell and Harris serve in the Office of […]

New Scholarship Honors Former ECC Nursing Instructor

The family of Betty B. Ipock has endowed a scholarship in her memory at Edgecombe Community College. Ipock, who passed away in 1999, was a lifelong registered nurse. Her service to the profession included teaching nursing students at ECC. The Betty B. Ipock Memorial Endowed Scholarship will support students who are studying toward a degree […]

Student Ambassadors Help Feed the City

Edgecombe Community College Student Ambassadors participated in Feed the City at Mount Zion First Baptist in Rocky Mount on December 12. The event was held to assist people who have been struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. Approximately 2,000 individuals were fed during the event. From left are ECC Student Ambassadors Nahdia Sharp […]

College Earmarks Parking Spaces for Student Veterans

Reserved parking spaces for Edgecombe Community College students who are veterans or active duty military have been designated on the Tarboro and Rocky Mount campuses. A total of seven parking spaces, four on the Tarboro campus and three on the Rocky Mount campus, are reserved for student veterans. The spaces are strategically located in high […]

Honor Society Reaches 20-Year Adopt-A-Highway Milestone

Edgecombe Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society was recently recognized for 20 years of participation in the Adopt-A-Highway program. At least twice a year since 2000, the group has sponsored seasonal drives to pick up litter along a three-mile stretch of Wilson Street in front of the Tarboro campus. The most […]

Student Receives SECU Foundation Scholarship

Edgecombe Community College student Alexia J. Richardson has received a People Helping People Scholarship from the State Employees Credit Union Foundation. The SECU Foundation established the People Helping People Scholarship program to assist students in each of the 58 community colleges in North Carolina. The scholarship provides a maximum of $1,250 per semester for four […]

Phillips/Bricks Alumni Association Endows Scholarship at ECC

Phillips/Bricks Alumni Association Scholarship Endowment Donors of $100 and Above Brenda Asbury Gwendolyn W. Barnes Eleanor Battle‐Sharpe Vivian M. Batts Minnie R. Bell Katherine Bellamy Maurieta E. Cozart Clarence Daniels Mary E. Davis In Loving Memory of Alfred Dickens, Class of 1950 Jacqueline O. Dickens Kary Dickens Freida P. Diggs Maniza Findlater DeLois G. Hamilton […]

Rocky Mount Event Center Hosts Local Leaders

David Joyner, general manager of the Rocky Mount Event Center, recently brought local college presidents and the Golden LEAF Foundation together to brainstorm on collaborative efforts to better serve area students. Shown from left are Dr. Lew Hunnicutt, Nash Community College; Scott Hamilton (behind Dr. Hunnicutt), president and CEO of Golden LEAF; David Joyner; Dr. […]

SGA Hosts Stretching Class

From left, Victoria Sowers, instructor, and Isabella Garay, president of the Student Government Association at Edgecombe Community College, reach for the sky during a Stretching and Flexibility Class held at ECC on September 30. The SGA sponsored the class, which met on the Tarboro campus greenway. The SGA is sponsoring Drive-In Movie Night on October […]

Rocky Mount Rotary Club Presents $17,000 to ECC

The Rocky Mount Rotary Club presented Edgecombe Community College with $17,000 on Monday to support student scholarships. The presentation took place during a Rotary Zoom meeting, during which Rotary leaders presented $51,000 in scholarship funds to support local students attending Edgecombe Community College, Nash Community College, and North Carolina Wesleyan College. The funds were raised […]