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Fall Honor Rolls Announced

Edgecombe Community College is proud to announce its President’s List for the Fall 2019 semester. The following full-time students earned a 4.0 grade point average, placing them on the President’s List. Ahoskie: Brittany Drew Bethel: Stanley Davenport Elm City: Brent Miller Fayetteville: Jillane Ramsey Fountain: Sarah Carr Greenville: Devon Foggs Macclesfield: Heather Hobbs, Cesilia Lewis […]

Apply for an EDGE Scholarship at ECC

Edgecombe Community College will begin accepting applications for its highly sought-after EDGE Scholarship on Monday, February 3. Begun in 2016, the EDGE Scholarship fully funds the education of qualified ECC students at the in-state tuition level. Current tuition is $76 per semester hour or a maximum of $1,216 for a full-time load of 16 hours. […]

Outstanding Student Receives Free Laptop

Edgecombe Community College student Miccah Tillery was recently awarded a free laptop. An anonymous College faculty member gives a laptop to an outstanding student each year to reward student achievement. Students are nominated by their instructors. Tillery is a student in the Medical Assisting program.

Spring Classes Underway

Edgecombe Community College students (l-r) Francisco Vazquez-Hilario, Clayton Garrison, and Charles Newsome get hands-on experience in a Motors and Controls course on the first day of class. Vazquez-Hilario also is an Edgecombe Early College High School student. Spring semester classes began at ECC on January 8. The Motors and Controls class is among the industry, […]

ECC Named Military Friendly College

Edgecombe Community College has been recognized nationally as a school that helps military veterans succeed. The College was recently designated a 2020 Military Friendly College by Intelligent.com, a resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning. Intelligent.com conferred the designation on 60 colleges nationwide. Other North Carolina schools that received the distinction are East […]

ECC Foundation Announces Scholarship Recipients

The Edgecombe Community College Foundation awarded scholarships to 150 ECC students during a scholarship awards ceremony held December 12 on the Tarboro campus. Scholarships totaling $127,000 were awarded, with scholarship amounts ranging from $100 to $5,000. Shown are ECC Radiography student Bailey Lamm (left), who received the Nina W. Fountain Endowed Scholarship, and Desiree Duncan, […]

ECC Nursing Students Step Out in Heart Walk

Edgecombe Community College Associate Degree Nursing students who are members of the Student Nurses Association participated in the 2019 Twin Counties Heart & Stroke Walk at Rocky Mount Mills on October 26. Shown are (front, kneeling) Amanda Cary-Bunn, Kalen Burwell, Veronice Simmons, Alexis Ellis, (back) Ama Selly, Sonya Smith, Mandy Smith, Kerstan Riley, Kaila Bolden, […]

ECC Unveils Parking Spaces for Student Veterans

Reserved parking spaces for Edgecombe Community College students who are veterans or active duty military were unveiled during the Veterans Day Memorial and Recognition Ceremony held November 11 on the Tarboro campus. ECC President Dr. Greg McLeod and Angie Estes, financial aid advisor and VA coordinator, presented the first reserved parking space, which is located […]

Ten Complete Basic Law Enforcement Training at ECC

Edgecombe Community College graduated ten cadets from its Seventh Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy on October 29. The graduation ceremony featured comments by Aaron McRoy, platoon leader. ECC’s BLET Academy prepares students for entry-level employment as a law enforcement officer with state, county, or municipal governments. The cadets completed an intensive 20-week program and have […]

Fall Fest Brings Out the Fun

Edgecombe Community College students Jonah Ussery (left) and Jasmine Harris decorated pumpkins during Fall Fest held in October on the Tarboro campus. Hosted by the Student Government Association, Fall Fest also featured food trucks, music, a photo booth, games, and giveaways. Transportation was provided for students on the Rocky Mount campus so that all students […]