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Substitute Teaching starts March 9.
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Celebrate Black History Month on campus

The month of February is nationally observed as Black History Month. It is a time in which we commemorate and celebrate the important contributi...

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Taking a second spin at college: Kira Rosario

“I wanted something I could grow in,” says Kira Rosario, who is attending Beaufort County Community College for the second time. “Something shif...

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Open source textbooks are saving our students over $50,000 a semester

Open source textbooks are helping our students save money, making the cost of their education less expensive, and helping stretch financial aid ...

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Upcoming real estate & substitute teaching classes

Beaufort County Community College has upcoming classes to help you move forward in your real estate career or get set up to substitute teach. Th...

BCCC NEWS

Transfer info sessions for ECU, UNCW & Wesleyan

If your associate's degree is not your last degree, it is time for you to get your college applications filled out. Even if you still have some ...

Conversational Spanish classes starting Feb. 3

BCCC will offer Conversational Spanish this spring through Continuing Education for people who are interested in learning the language for fun o...

“Local Legends of BBQ” coming to library on Jan. 30

This Thursday, as part of its Community Voices series, the Beaufort County Community College Library will host two celebrated cooks at Community...

A parent leading by example: Roxanne Tate

A parent always wants the best for their child, and sometimes that means making sacrifices and taking a long look at their own life to see how t...

History professor presents at conference in NYC

While students were either enjoying the final days of their winter break–or panicking in anticipation of classes starting back­–one professor wa...

BCCC Holds Second Annual Community Event to Honor King Legacy

To promote dialogue across Beaufort County on issues of civil rights, poverty and race, Beaufort County Community College brought together local...