Effective May 16th, Pamlico Community College will be closed on Fridays.
Bob Lyon, Chairman of the Pamlico Community College Board of Trustees, announced today that Dr. Jim Ross has accepted the offer to become the college’s fifth president, pending State Board approval. He will succeed Dr. Cleve H. Cox who served the college for six years.more
Community colleges can serve as an effective and efficient bridge to four-year institutions for many reasons, but most notably for cost. The cost savings associated with attending a community college is in the thousands, offering a viable, cost-effective alternative for students who want the option of pursuing higher education. During the 2015-2016 academic year, PCC awarded over 40 internal scholarships, totaling over $50,000. more
“The show must go on,” was Pamlico Community College’s motto for Friday night’s graduation. The rain was heavy, the wind was blowing, but Pamlico Community College’s Delamar Center was packed with proud graduates, families, friends, community dignitaries, and PCC faculty and staff. Pamlico Community College held its 49th Commencement on Friday, May 13 at 6:30pm. This year, 92 graduates were awarded a degree, diploma, or certificate. A total of 147 credentials were awarded this year, with many graduates earning more than one credential. more
Registration for the 16th Annual Pepsi Cup Golf Tournament
Stay tuned for more information regarding the 16th Annual Pepsi Cup Tournament. Saturday’s forecast is showing a 100% chance of rain. A rain date has been set for Sunday, May 22 @ 11:00 am. A final notice regarding the tournament’s date will be posted on the PCC homepage by Friday, May 20th at 8:00 am. Call 252-249-1851 (3010) for questions.