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Beaufort County Community College will continue to be an innovative community leader, providing an open door to the future through educational opportunity, economic development, and public service.
The number of students enrolled in Fall 2014 in programs of study at BCCC with the ultimate goal of transferring to a four-year college or university.
The percent of the 182 associate degree graduates from the 2011-2012 academic year who were employed in North Carolina or enrolled in higher education in North Carolina within one year of graduation.
The total enrollment in curriculum programs at BCCC for the Fall 2014 semester. Women outnumber men on the BCCC campus about two to one with 1,289 enrolled at the College as compared to 740 men.
The Research and Institutional Effectiveness department is tasked with managing various documents including the catalog, policies and procedures, handbooks and manuals, and forms.
Duke Energy and Beaufort County Community College announced a $221,000 investment from the Duke Energy Foundation. The funds will be used to replace an out-of-date plasma cutter and a press brake.
The welding and fabrication field is facing a high number of retirements, and companies are anxious to hire new employees trained on the latest equipment. The grant allows BCCC to update its equipment to match those being used by companies where students are placed after certification.
Duke Energy Grant