BCCC announces summer hours | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Beaufort County Community College has announced its operating hours for the summer.

    The official daytime operating hours for the college will be 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday beginning Monday, May 16, and ending Thursday, August 4. Evening classes will operate Monday through Thursday nights. Two holidays will be observed during the summer schedule - Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, and Independence Day, Monday, July 4. The college will be closed on Fridays.

    BCCC President David McLawhorn said the schedule will allow the college to "maximize the financial and human resources available to conduct the college's essential work during the summer term."
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