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Students receive Spring 2021 scholarships

The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the Spring 2021 semester. Eight-w...

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Author Dr. Matthew Stanley discusses ‘Land Hunger’ for Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, Beaufort County Community College will host Dr. Matthew Stanley. Stanley’s online presentation, “Land Hunger: T...


BCCC Library hosts Black History Month on February 17

The Beaufort County Community College Library will host Black History Month Trivia on Wednesday, February 17 at 10:00 a.m. via Kahoot in collabo...

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Coping with COVID series continues with yoga on Feb. 17

In a time of isolation and uncertainty, mindfulness can help us place ourselves in the present, and it can be done safely from home. The Beaufor...

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Commitment to Equity and Inclusion

The administration of Beaufort County Community College, the chairman of the Board of Trustees, Rev. Dr. Robert Cayton, and I wish to publicly r...

BCCC names simulation lab to honor Kathy and Glenn Simpson

The Beaufort County Community College Foundation has dedicated its nursing simulation laboratory in honor of Kathleen and Glenn Simpson. The nam...

BCCC Foundation congratulates Spring 2021 scholarship recipients

The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the Spring 2021 semester. Eight-w...

From mother in crisis to master's in business: Precious Johnson

Many parents attend Beaufort County Community College, some of them brand new to parenthood. They must juggle schedules, learn new skills and ma...

Study Abroad heading to Belize, applications due March 12

Study Abroad is back, so start packing your bags. English professor Suzanne Stotesbury and biology professor Chad Smith will lead a group to Bel...

Homesteading series for self-reliance

With residents avoiding stores and spending more time at home, Beaufort County Community College is hosting a series of personal enrichment clas...