The PCC Foundation



About the PCC Foundation

The PCC Foundation is an integral part of the Pamlico Community College family. The Foundation is guided by a 7 member board, with representative from the community and the college. The Foundation is a non-profit corporation organized under North Carolina and Federal laws in compliance with Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue code.

Through gifts and bequests, the PCC Foundation supports scholarships and loans for students; small grants for faculty projects; student, personnel, and institutional development. Your support helps maintain a vibrant community college.


On behalf of the Pamlico Community College Foundation, faculty, staff, and students, we thank the numerous donors who have helped give the gift of education to many deserving PCC students.

Upcoming Foundation Events

17th Annual Pepsi Cup Superball Golf Tournament

To honor our EMS, firefighters and law enforcement, we are offering a special price.
$70 p/p ($55 First Responders), which includes breakfast, lunch, cart, mulligan & tee
Sign up today! Tournament limited to 88 players.


Please register by calling Michelle Noevere at 252-249-1851, ext. 3084 or with the names and handicaps of the players.


If you don't have 4 players, that's ok. Submit the information for as many players as you have, and we will team you. Play must proceed in teams of 4.
Total team handicaps must be equal to, or greater than 40.


Payment options:

  • 1. Use the Paypal button on this page. When you submit the names to Michelle, let her know you have paid by Paypal.

2. Call our cashier at 252-249-1851, ext. 3006 and pay by credit card over the phone.


Foundation Board

  • Carla Byrnes, President
    Dr. James W. Ross, Secretary
    Mark Pullium, Treasurer
    Wyatt Cutler, Director
    Gary Hardison, Director
    Ann Savage, Director
    Michelle Noevere, Development Officer/Events Coordinator

Contact The Foundation

Pamlico Community College Foundation
PO Box 185, Grantsboro, NC 28529
252-249-1851 x3073


Pamlico Community College does not discriminate in its educational programs, activities, or employment on the basis of sex, age, disability, race, color, national origin, sexual orientation or religion.