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Health Sciences Students Learn by Doing

Edgecombe Community College Nursing (red scrubs) and Respiratory Therapy (turquoise scrubs) students recently collaborated in an emergency simulation to save a simulated patient’s life. During the realistic training scenario, students assessed the patient, performed CPR, intubated the patient, and worked together to stabilize the patient. By relying on patient simulation and a team approach in […]

ECC Fall Honor Rolls Announced

Edgecombe Community College is proud to announce its President’s List for the Fall 2022 semester. The following full-time students earned a 4.0 grade point average, placing them on the President’s List. Aulander: Taylor Scott Autryville: Zanetta Tafili Bahama: Starr Matthews Bailey: Jocelyn Brumley Elm City: Thomas Lane Four Oaks: Hannah Register Greenville: Sholonda Brown Henderson: […]

ECC Joins Initiative to Reconnect with Adult Learners

Teams from the John M. Belk Endowment and Education NC visited Edgecombe Community College on Tuesday to launch the college’s participation in NC Reconnect. NC Reconnect is an initiative that unites community colleges with partners from across the state to reengage adult learners. Spearheaded by the John M. Belk Endowment, NC Reconnect is assisting community […]

Spring Classes Underway

Loretta Langley, nursing instructor at Edgecombe Community College, encourages second-year nursing students enrolled in Complex Health Concepts during the first day of class on January 6 by sharing the date of their pinning ceremony, which signifies program completion. Virtual Health Sciences Information Sessions are scheduled in February and March for prospective students who are interested […]

Students Compete in Flag Football

Edgecombe Community College students, including students attending Edgecombe Early College High School and College and Career Readiness, found end-of-semester stress relief through a spirited game of flag football in December. The game was sponsored by Student Services and coordinated by PAAMES (Providing African American Males the Edge to Succeed) Success Coach Montrell Staton. See photos […]

Surgical Technology Graduates Employed Locally

Edgecombe Community College Surgical Technology students completed the Surgical Technology degree program in December and gathered for their pinning ceremony. From left are Cassidy Ingram, Sandra Rivera, Tasha Vaughn, and Jeannette McDaniel. All of the graduates have passed the National Board for Surgical Technologists and Surgical Assistants Certification Exam and are working as surgical technologists […]

ECC Students Named to Honor Society

Edgecombe Community College’s Alpha Omega Nu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa welcomed twenty-three new members into its membership recently. Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for students attending two-year schools. The organization held an induction ceremony on the Tarboro campus in November. The guest speaker was Doug Parrish, department chair of Industrial and Technical […]

ECC Spreads Holiday Joy

Edgecombe Community College students, faculty, and staff, along with college mascot Eddie the Eagle, helped spread holiday cheer during the Rocky Mount Christmas Parade held December 4 in downtown Rocky Mount. See photos on Facebook

Student Flourishing in Manufacturing Program

After 25 years in manufacturing, Bonnie Bulluck decided it was time to strengthen her skills. She says she is learning and growing in the field through the Manufacturing Technology program at Edgecombe Community College. Bulluck, 43, has worked in manufacturing since graduating from SouthWest Edgecombe High School. “Manufacturing is the backbone of a lot of […]

ECC Announces Student Ambassadors

Edgecombe Community College is proud to announce Student Ambassadors for 2022-2023: Fernando Baez, Business Administration Brinkley Dew, Edgecombe Early College High School, Agribusiness Technology Crystal Gray, Surgical Technology Jaleesa Walston, Nursing The ECC Foundation sponsors the Student Ambassador program each year to reward academic excellence. Student Ambassadors must maintain a 3.25 grade point average. These […]