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    In a region just shy of the coast of North Carolina, East Carolina University is home to future engineers, teachers, physicians, entrepreneurs, scientists and more. A beacon of light to all those searching and seeking treasure, students set sail for the Pirate experience from all 100 counties in North Carolina, all 50 states in the U.S. and 44 foreign countries.

    Whether your journey includes earning a bachelor's degree or pursuing a Ph.D., opportunities are vast with 175 degrees and nationally recognized academic programs taught by award-winning professors. Participate in cutting-edge research, create stunning works of art, attend dental or medical school, study abroad and much more. You're at the helm, charting the course for your dreams, and this ship can get you there.

    Learn about the Pirate experience by visiting this link.


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