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ECC President Attends White House Convening

Edgecombe Community College President Dr. Greg McLeod was among the more than thirty invited community college leaders who attended a convening at the White House in early February. “The Biden-Harris Administration convened community college presidents and provosts at the White House to discuss ways they are strengthening talent pipelines into growing sectors fueled by President […]

ECC and NC School of Science and Math Sign Articulation Agreement

Edgecombe Community College is the first community college in the state to establish an articulation agreement with the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM). Through this agreement, select classes successfully completed through the NCSSM Connect program transfer to ECC. NCSSM Connect provides distance education courses to North Carolina high school students via interactive […]

ECC Hosts State Training

Edgecombe Community College recently hosted North Carolina Community College System Strategic Enrollment Planning training for the Eastern Region. NCCCS leaders conducted the training, which is designed to equip community colleges with the knowledge, tools, and strategies needed to strengthen enrollment management practices and optimize student success.

ECC Ranks #3 in U.S. in Recent Study

Edgecombe Community College ranks #3 among community colleges nationwide for providing quality instruction at an affordable price, according to SmartAsset, an online site for financial information and advice. To determine the best community colleges in the country, SmartAsset analyzed data for 845 schools where students can earn an associate degree or technical training in two […]

ECC and UNCW Renew Transfer Agreement

Edgecombe Community College and the University of North Carolina Wilmington have renewed a partnership agreement that guarantees admission to UNCW for qualified ECC students. The UNCW PathWays program, formerly known as UNCW Pathways to Excellence, assures admission to UNCW for students who complete an associate in arts or associate in science degree at Edgecombe Community […]

ECC and UMO Sign Agribusiness Transfer Agreement

Edgecombe Community College agribusiness technology graduates have a new option available to continue their studies at the University of Mount Olive. ECC President Dr. Greg McLeod and UMO President Dr. Ed Croom have signed an agreement that will enable ECC agribusiness technology graduates to transfer to UMO to complete a BA or BS degree in […]

ECC Students Attend Transfer Fair

Edgecombe Community College students learned about college transfer opportunities during the recent North Carolina Community College Transfer Fair held on the Tarboro campus. Representatives from 16 colleges and universities were on hand to provide students with information on college transfer, admissions, and financial aid. Shown are a student and Amariche Hawkins, assistant director of admissions, […]

ECC and ECU Partner in RIBN Program for Nursing

Edgecombe Community College and East Carolina University have partnered to provide ECC nursing students with options to accelerate the completion of a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Through the Eastern North Carolina Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (RIBN) program, students complete the associate degree in nursing at ECC and the bachelor’s degree in nursing at ECU. Students […]

High School Students Attend College Fair

Students from North East Carolina Prep School and Edgecombe Early College, North Edgecombe, SouthWest Edgecombe, and Tarboro high schools attended an October 21 college fair at Edgecombe Community College to learn about opportunities in higher education. College counselors affiliated with the Carolinas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers were on hand to promote their […]

ECC and Central Piedmont Partner in Online Program

For two weeks last winter, Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte shut down following a ransomware attack that compromised much of the school’s computerized data. Numerous students were in danger of missing a full semester, or in some cases, possibly graduation, including 17 students in its health information technology program. That’s when Edgecombe Community College […]