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With no interstate highways running through it, no orange glow at night of a major city, it is easy to think of Beaufort County as being tucked away. The service area of Beaufort County Community College is even more rural and remote, spanning 2,008 square miles, the largest of any community college
With no interstate highways running through it, no orange glow at night of a major city, it is easy to think of Beaufort County as being tucked away. The service area of Beaufort County Community College is even more rural and remote, spanning 2,008 square miles, the largest of any community college
 
Nineteen of the students who graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing program on May 11 were also part of the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students
Nineteen of the students who graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing program on May 11 were also part of the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students
 
Forty-five graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing program on May 11 at 11:00 a.m. The families and supporters of the graduates packed the Old Ford Church of Christ (6040 US Hwy 17, Washington, NC 27889)
Forty-five graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing program on May 11 at 11:00 a.m. The families and supporters of the graduates packed the Old Ford Church of Christ (6040 US Hwy 17, Washington, NC 27889)
 
Josh Meier recently stopped in at Beaufort County Community College to check in with former teachers and to pick up his new Associate in Science degree
Josh Meier recently stopped in at Beaufort County Community College to check in with former teachers and to pick up his new Associate in Science degree
 
BCCC's Computer Information Technology program offers two Associate Degrees and six certificates, preparing students for the workforce or to transfer to a four-year institution.
BCCC's Computer Information Technology program offers two Associate Degrees and six certificates, preparing students for the workforce or to transfer to a four-year institution.
 
Fifty-one graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing program received their nursing school pins Thursday, May 14, in a ceremony, which is a traditional rite of passage for nursing school graduates across the country.
Fifty-one graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing program received their nursing school pins Thursday, May 14, in a ceremony, which is a traditional rite of passage for nursing school graduates across the country.
 
Their peers recently recognized two Beaufort County Community College employees - Lynne Modlin and Lentz Stowe - for their service to the college.
Their peers recently recognized two Beaufort County Community College employees - Lynne Modlin and Lentz Stowe - for their service to the college.
 
Forty-four graduates of Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree Nursing program received their nursing school pins Thursday, May 15, in a ceremony, which is a traditional rite of passage for nursing school graduates across the country.
Forty-four graduates of Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree Nursing program received their nursing school pins Thursday, May 15, in a ceremony, which is a traditional rite of passage for nursing school graduates across the country.
 
For years, a large percentage of North Carolina's high school students have graduated without proficiency in either math or reading--and sometimes lacking in both.
For years, a large percentage of North Carolina's high school students have graduated without proficiency in either math or reading--and sometimes lacking in both.
 
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