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Students Attend Transfer Fair at ECC

Students from Edgecombe Community College learned about college transfer opportunities during the recent North Carolina Community College Transfer Fair held on the Tarboro campus. Representatives from 20 colleges and universities were on hand to provide students with information on college transfer, admissions, and financial aid. Shown is Jill Hilliard, associate director of transfer admissions at […]

Students Attend College Fair at ECC

More than 200 students from North East Carolina Prep School and Tarboro, North Edgecombe, Southwest Edgecombe, and Edgecombe Early College high schools attended an October 22 College Fair at Edgecombe Community College to learn about opportunities in higher education. College counselors associated with the Carolinas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers were on hand […]

ECC and N.C. A&T Sign Transfer Agreement

Edgecombe Community College and North Carolina A&T State University have signed an agreement that will enable ECC Agribusiness Technology graduates to transfer into N.C. A&T’s bachelor’s degree program in agriculture education. “We designed the agreement so that our students can transfer seamlessly to their four-year program,” says Dr. Johnica Ellis-Kiser, program chair of business administration […]

NC Wesleyan and ECC Renew Memorandum of Understanding

North Carolina Wesleyan College (NCWC) recently reauthorized an agreement that will help qualified graduates of Edgecombe Community College (ECC) transfer to Wesleyan. The agreement aims to provide a seamless transfer for students who enroll at Wesleyan following completion of their two-year degree at ECC. Leaders of both colleges attended the September 29 signing held on […]

ECC Reaffirms Commitment to Teacher Education Program

Edgecombe Community College was among the North Carolina colleges that recently celebrated the rebrand of a teacher education program that unites East Carolina University and 23 institutions of higher education. On December 4, Partnership Teach was officially unveiled as the new name for the ECU College of Education’s online degree completion model. In the program, […]

ECC and FSU Partner on $10K Degree Pathway

Dr. Greg McLeod, president of Edgecombe Community College, and Dr. Peggy Valentine, interim chancellor of Fayetteville State University, signed an agreement yesterday that permits ECC associate degree graduates to complete an online bachelor’s degree at FSU at a total cost of no more than $10,000 in out-of-pocket expenses, or approximately $5,000 at ECC and $5,000 […]

Twin County Higher Education Unites for Student Success

As the local colleges are ramping up for a new academic year, they are also working to foster a culture of collaboration among themselves. On August 1, the presidents of Edgecombe Community College, North Carolina Wesleyan College, and Nash Community College met to sign a Statement of Collaboration. “It’s important that local higher education institutions […]

Education & Business Summit targets workforce development

Edgecombe Community College leaders were among the education and business professionals who attended the Twin Counties Education & Business Leaders’ Summit held August 1 on the campus of Nash Community College. ECC participants included (from left) Lynwood Roberson, Dr. Greg McLeod, Sheila Hoskins, Sheryll Wood, Debbie Batten, Dr. Harry Starnes, and Bruce Panneton. NC Secretary […]

ECC and Wesleyan Renew Transfer Agreement

Edgecombe Community College and North Carolina Wesleyan College recently reauthorized an agreement that will help qualified ECC graduates transfer to Wesleyan. The goal is to enable a seamless transfer for students who enroll at Wesleyan following completion of their two-year degree at ECC. Leaders from both colleges attended the May 2 signing ceremony held at […]

ECC and ECSU Sign Co-Admission Agreement

Edgecombe Community College and Elizabeth City State University have signed an agreement that guarantees admission to ECSU for qualified ECC students. In addition, the two schools signed three degree program agreements that provide ECC students with a clear path to four-year degree completion at ECSU. Held April 29 and attended by ECC and ECSU officials, […]