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The Beaufort County Community College Foundation chose 11 new students to represent BCCC as ambassadors for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation chose 11 new students to represent BCCC as ambassadors for the 2019-2020 academic year.
 
Five students have been chosen by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to represent BCCC as new Ambassadors for the 2015-2016 Academic Year.
Five students have been chosen by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to represent BCCC as new Ambassadors for the 2015-2016 Academic Year.
 
BCCC was notified this week by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust week that it will be awarded a $150,000 grant to build a one-mile walking trail.
BCCC was notified this week by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust week that it will be awarded a $150,000 grant to build a one-mile walking trail.
 
The BCCC Board of Trustees has approved a new Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy that brings our policy in line with neighboring community colleges.
The BCCC Board of Trustees has approved a new Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy that brings our policy in line with neighboring community colleges.
 
Renowned forensic psychologist Maurice Godwin will give a presentation at noon Tuesday, Sept. 10, in the Learning Resources Center, Building 5, at Beaufort County Community College.
Renowned forensic psychologist Maurice Godwin will give a presentation at noon Tuesday, Sept. 10, in the Learning Resources Center, Building 5, at Beaufort County Community College.
 
Two Beaufort County Community College students who began their studies at the college in the ninth grade have been added to the ranks of BCCC Ambassadors for the 2013-2014 Academic Year.
Two Beaufort County Community College students who began their studies at the college in the ninth grade have been added to the ranks of BCCC Ambassadors for the 2013-2014 Academic Year.
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is sponsoring a two-week trip to England aboard the Queen Mary II that will feature visits to London's famed theater district and a three night stay in one of England's most picturesque coastal villages.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is sponsoring a two-week trip to England aboard the Queen Mary II that will feature visits to London's famed theater district and a three night stay in one of England's most picturesque coastal villages.
 
The worlds of digital photography, sailing, hunting and Italian cooking are among the activities young people can explore during College for Kids 2013 at Beaufort County Community College.
The worlds of digital photography, sailing, hunting and Italian cooking are among the activities young people can explore during College for Kids 2013 at Beaufort County Community College.
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation on Tuesday, April 30, brought together about 75 of its donors, scholarship recipients, members of its Board of Directors and local business women and men who have supported Foundation events through the years at a Legacy Luncheon.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation on Tuesday, April 30, brought together about 75 of its donors, scholarship recipients, members of its Board of Directors and local business women and men who have supported Foundation events through the years at a Legacy Luncheon.
 
Martin County native and veteran educator Crystal Ange has been named Vice President of Academics at Beaufort County Community College.
Martin County native and veteran educator Crystal Ange has been named Vice President of Academics at Beaufort County Community College.
 
“The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees appreciates very much Myrtle Carowan’s service to the college over the past two decades,” said board Chairman Russell Smith.
“The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees appreciates very much Myrtle Carowan’s service to the college over the past two decades,” said board Chairman Russell Smith.
 
The tournament is an annual fund-raiser to continue the Dorothy and John Tankard Memorial Scholarship for a Bath or Belhaven student at Beaufort County Community College and for enhancing Historic Bath, to which the Tankards were dedicated.
The tournament is an annual fund-raiser to continue the Dorothy and John Tankard Memorial Scholarship for a Bath or Belhaven student at Beaufort County Community College and for enhancing Historic Bath, to which the Tankards were dedicated.
 
Join the Beaufort County Community College Foundation, Saturday, May 4, for a trip to Durham to see the award-winning stage production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and enjoy a taste of the Australian outback.
Join the Beaufort County Community College Foundation, Saturday, May 4, for a trip to Durham to see the award-winning stage production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and enjoy a taste of the Australian outback.
 
Public school leaders from Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell and Washington counties met recently at Beaufort County Community College to talk about ways the college can better serve their students.
Public school leaders from Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell and Washington counties met recently at Beaufort County Community College to talk about ways the college can better serve their students.
 
Seven students have been chosen by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to represent BCCC as Ambassadors for 2013-2014.
Seven students have been chosen by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to represent BCCC as Ambassadors for 2013-2014.
 
A little-viewed video is not the provocation for anti-American violence in the Middle East, and America should shut down its foreign embassies and bring its ambassadors home, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson said Thursday at Duke University.
A little-viewed video is not the provocation for anti-American violence in the Middle East, and America should shut down its foreign embassies and bring its ambassadors home, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson said Thursday at Duke University.
 
Those selected as ambassadors receive a one-year tuition scholarship and help the college market its programs and services.
 
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