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Spring Academic Honor Rolls Announced

Edgecombe Community College is proud to announce its President’s List for the Spring 2023 semester. The following full-time students earned a 4.0 grade point average, placing them on the President’s List. Autryville: Hailey Barefoot, Zanetta Tafili Battleboro: Annie Hughes Elm City: Tanisha King Farmville: Rayann Spruill Greenville: Angel Blount, Sholonda Brown Henderson: Josie Roberson Mount […]

Nursing Pinning Held

Edgecombe Community College Associate Degree Nursing graduates participated in their pinning ceremony on May 10. The ADN Class of 2023 is a large class of 39 members, who graduated from the ADN program during the college’s commencement ceremony on May 12. These graduates have met the education requirements to take the NCLEX-RN®, the National Council […]

Surgical Technology Student Lands Prestigious Mayo Clinic Internship

Earlier this year, Crystal Gray was halfway through the surgical technology program at Edgecombe Community College and working long hours at UNC Health Nash. She also was looking forward to her youngest daughter graduating high school. Then a long shot paid off, and the renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, offered Gray a summer internship […]

HAB Team Wins Four Awards in State Competition

Edgecombe Community College’s High Altitude Balloon Team recently won half of the awards presented at the North Carolina Space Grant High Altitude Balloon Competition. Nine teams completed the statewide competition. Eight awards were presented during a virtual ceremony held May 11. ECC’s team, known as critECCly stable, won four of the awards: Highest Altitude (with […]

ECC Awards Nearly 400 Credentials

Edgecombe County Manager Eric Evans told Edgecombe Community College graduates they have the tools for success that no one can take away during Commencement exercises at ECC. Evans gave the keynote address during the ceremony held May 12 in Keihin Auditorium. He has served as county manager since 2015 and has worked for Edgecombe County […]

ECC Hosts Reception to Honor State SkillsUSA Winners

Edgecombe Community College recently celebrated students who won awards at the state SkillsUSA competition held in April. College officials hosted a reception on May 4 for the students, their families, and faculty advisors. Eighteen students and six faculty advisors participated in the SkillsUSA North Carolina State Leadership and Skills Conference, a competition for students to […]

K-9 Officers Complete Training

Four officers recently completed a Basic K-9 Handler class at Edgecombe Community College. The 340-hour class was held in partnership with East Coast Canine. Graduates are (l-r) Justin Jones, Morehead City Police Department; George Martin, Halifax County Sheriff’s Office; Bryan Murphy, Halifax County Sheriff’s Office; and Brandon Stroud, Rocky Mount Police Department.

ECC Students Named to Honor Society

Edgecombe Community College’s Alpha Omega Nu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa welcomed seven new members into its membership in April. Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for students attending two-year schools. The organization held an induction ceremony on the Rocky Mount campus. The guest speaker was Samanthia Phillips, vice president of student services at […]

ECC Instructors Receive Advanced Certifications

Instructors in Edgecombe Community College’s Division of College and Career Readiness (CCR) recently earned Career Pathways Leadership credentials. The instructors received training at the Coalition of Adult Basic Education Conference in April. Training focused on academic achievement, building partnerships, career planning, funding, professional development, program design and delivery, sector identification, and employer engagement. “Career Pathways […]

ECC Honor Society Holds Highway Cleanup

Edgecombe Community College students and staff participated in the Adopt-A-Highway cleanup on April 29 sponsored by the college’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. The Alpha Omega Nu chapter at ECC collected 11 bags of trash and recyclables along a three-mile stretch of highway in front of the Tarboro campus. The chapter is […]