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Students cited as "BCCC's Best" for September

    Ten students at Beaufort County Community College were recognized as BCCC's Best in a ceremony on the college campus on Tuesday, Sept. 29. The students were recognized for the character trait "Committed" and were nominated by members of the faculty and staff. Those honored were Barbara Young, Joe Midgette, Laura Tate, Erica Modlin, Danisha Couther, Ashley Hendrickson, Marlen Gomez Avelar, Austin Nobles, Shakera Davis and Shellie Cahoon. During the ceremony attended by BCCC faculty and staff and guests of the honorees, Vice President of Student Services Rick Anderson and the nominating faculty or staff member presented each student with a certificate and outlined the reasons for the nomination. These 10 students have overcome a variety of personal obstacles and challenges, long commutes and longer hours, and remain committed to putting in quality work as they work toward achieving their academic goals. Each month, BCCC's Best highlights a character trait found in students such as motivation, respect, hard work, commitment and involvement in the college. The character trait for October is "Dependable"; nominations are due to Kimberly Jackson by Oct. 20.

Hispanic Parent's Night

    BCCC will host a Hispanic Parent's Night on Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 7-8 p.m. in the Building 10 Multipurpose Room. The purpose of this informational meeting is to provide parents of Hispanic students the opportunity to ask questions and get information about attending BCCC (presentation will be in Spanish). Spanish Instructor Jose Mendoza will conduct the session. Spanish versions of the Parent's

    Brochure will be provided, as well as information about our curriculum programs. For more information contact Admissions Director Michele Mayo at 252-940-6233 or Michele.Mayo@BeaufortCCC.edu.

Learning College Survey

    You should have received an email from Jay Sullivan with a survey regarding learning-centered practices at BCCC. Your input is needed, so please complete the survey by Oct. 9.

Alzheimer's Walk and Education Fair

    If you are interested in walking with BCCC's team on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. to noon, please contact team captain Dana Sauls at 252-940-6391 or Dana.Sauls@BeaufortCCC.edu. You can also buy a T-shirt for $25 or a bracelet for $3, or simply donate in any amount - until the Sept. 30 deadline. Last Oct. 2, 2015 year our team raised more than $500, and we would love to top that this time around.

Featured Artist

    BCCC Art Instructor Heea Crownfield's work will be on display in an exhibition at Upstairs Artspace in Tryon, N.C. from Oct. 24 to Dec. 4. For more information visit www.upstairsartspace.org.

SECU Foundation Scholarships

    BCCC students Misty Steward and Emily Alligood were selected for the State Employees Credit Union Foundation's People Helping People Scholarship, which provides $5,000 over four semesters to help pay for tuition, books, fees, course supplies and transportation. Both recipients are first-year students at BCCC. Steward is enrolled in the Business Administration program, and Alligood is Pursuing an Associate in Science degree. For more information, contact BCCC Financial Aid Director Jo Woolard at 252-940-6219.

BCCC Foundation

    The 22nd Annual BCCC Foundation Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015. Proceeds will provide emergency student grants. For more information or to register, contact Marcia Norwood at 252-940-6218 or Serena Sullivan at 252-940-6326.

Personal and personnel notes

    A BCCC welcome to Financial Aid Assistant Sara Watson and Testing and Admissions Assistant Sarah Brame. Both are part-time employees.

Important Dates

    Please send any Important Dates you would like publicized in Tansey Topics/Campus Connections/BCCC Briefs to Jules.Norwood@BeaufortCCC.edu. This includes but is not limited to student and campus events, fundraisers, student organization meetings and board meetings.

And in the coming weeks, watch for the following:

    Oct. 2 - Peer Study Group, 9 a.m., Building 1, Room 120
    Oct. 3 - BCCC Foundation trip to see Beautiful - The Carole King Musical at DPAC
    Oct. 6 - Tech Tuesday Workshop, noon, Library Computer Lab, Building 5
    Oct. 6 - Gamma Beta Phi meeting, 12:30 p.m., Building 12, Room 1217
    Oct. 6 - LGBT Club, Every Tuesday, 2 p.m., Library Meeting Room
    Oct. 6 - BCCC Board of Trustees, 4 p.m. committees, board meets at 6 p.m., Board Room, Building 10
    Oct. 6 - Hispanic Parent's Night, 7 p.m., Building 10
    Oct. 7 - TRiO/SSS Career and Transfer Conference, 7:30 a.m., PCC, Greenville
    Oct. 9 - Peer Study Group, 9 a.m., Building 1, Room 120
    Oct. 12 - Allied Health Information Session, Medical Lab Tech; 5:30 p.m., Building 12, Room
    Oct. 13 - Fall Fest
    Oct. 13 - One Day at BCCC Photo Project
    Oct. 14 - Second 8-Week Classes begin
    Oct. 14 - STAR Orientation, noon, Building 9, Room TBA
    Oct. 15 - Red Cross Blood Drive, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m, Building 10
    Oct. 16 - Peer Study Group, 9 a.m., Building 1, Room 120
    Oct. 16 - BCCC Foundation Golf Tournament sponsored by PotashCorp Aurora, registration and lunch begins at 11:30 a.m.; Play starts at 1 p.m., Washington Yacht and Country Club
    Oct. 20 - Breast Cancer Screening, Building 12, Room and Time TBA

    Beaufort County Community College is a public comprehensive community college committed to accessible and affordable quality education, effective teaching, relevant training, and lifelong learning opportunities for the people served by the College.
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