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Summer Semester Begins on May 19
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June 1, 2015 is BCCC's priority deadline for the FAFSA and required follow up documentation to be received in our office. This will ensure that eligible students will have financial aid in place for Fall 2015 term. ×

BCCC to offer Critical Care Review Course

Beaufort County Community College and Vidant EastCare are offering an online Critical Care Review Course to prepare paramedics to take the examination for certification as flight paramedics and critical care paramedics.

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Join the BCCC Foundation for croquet Saturday, May 16

Join the Beaufort County Community College Foundation for the 12th Annual Cutthroat Croquet Tournament to be held Saturday, May 16, along the waterfront in Bath.

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Inaugural 5K Gull Run Official Results

Holden Newman of Washington was the overall winner of the inaugural 5K Gull Run held Sunday, April 19, in Historic Bath. The event was part of Gullfest, the annual spring festival held at Beaufort County Community College and coordinated by the college’s running club, Gulls on the Run.

Presenting sponsor of the race was the Hildred Moore Aquatic and Fitness Center. Other sponsors of the event were Vidant Beaufort Hospital, Sheetz of Washington and Mayo and Mayo Attorneys at Law. Medals for the event were fabricated by the faculty and students in BCCC’s Mechanical Engineering Technology Program.

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Five new Ambassadors named at BCCC

Five students have been chosen by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to represent BCCC as new Ambassadors for the 2015-2016 Academic Year.

Those chosen are Nicholas Griekspoor, Christine L. LeCompte, Lisa J. Reid, Kelsey Riggs and Priscilla Styons. They join Sarah Clingenpeel, Jamaal Cofield and Catherine Spring – who will continue as Ambassadors – in representing the college in the coming year.

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R U Job Ready?

If you’re looking for a job, let the Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College and Beaufort County NCWorks help you prepare for that all-important interview.

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Local businesses get boost from center’s experts

Angel Borg, owner of Apollo’s restaurant in downtown Washington, says she is one of those who have benefited from experts, like Doe, available through the center.

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ESL and high school equivalency classes scheduled

The Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College announces a schedule of English as a Second Language and high school equivalency classes for spring that will allow students to improve their English while working towards a high school diploma...

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BCCC College for Kids 2015 schedule announced

The worlds of art, beekeeping, sailing, hunting, sewing, video games and woodworking are among the activities young people can explore during College for Kids 2015 at Beaufort County Community College...

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BCCC to exit Federal Direct Student Loan Program July 1

Beaufort County Community College will cease participation in the Federal Direct Student Loan Program effective July 1, 2015. As a result, BCCC will not originate any new student loans after that date...

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Live streaming now available for business workshops

Prospective and current business owners will no longer have to travel in order to attend most workshops sponsored by the Small Business Center at Beaufort County Community College...

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Work ready community effort launched

Beaufort County Community College and local economic development interests recently announced the launch of an effort to certify the county to those seeking to locate their businesses here or expand an existing business...

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Study highlights contributions of BCCC to regional economy

Beaufort County Community College adds about $99.5 million to the regional economy each year, equal to about 6.2 percent of the total gross regional product of the BCCC service area, according to one newly-released study...

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