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Photo by PCC News ServicesPCC has selected a new group of student ambassadors for the 2013-14 academic year. The students are, from left, Caitlin Moore, Keena Champion, Jarred Purvis, Rebecca Haislip, Cody Beachum, Lauren Porter, La'Quon Rogers, Samantha Gurganus, Brian Hardy, Brittany Randolph and Leeza King. In return for scholarships from the PCC Foundation, the students will conduct campus tours, recruit, and assist with college-related events and activities. They must also perform weekly service hours and maintain a 3.0 grade point average or better.

Photo by PCC News ServicesPCC has selected a new group of student ambassadors for the 2013-14 academic year. The students are, from left, Caitlin Moore, Keena Champion, Jarred Purvis, Rebecca Haislip, Cody Beachum, Lauren Porter, La'Quon Rogers, Samantha Gurganus, Brian Hardy, Brittany Randolph and Leeza King. In return for scholarships from the PCC Foundation, the students will conduct campus tours, recruit, and assist with college-related events and activities. They must also perform weekly service hours and maintain a 3.0 grade point average or better.

PCC notes: New student orientation

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WINTERVILLE — Pitt Community College will hold a pair of orientation sessions this month to give new students an opportunity to learn more about college services, educational requirements of their programs of study, and to register for fall classes.

According to Don Joyner, PCC interim director of orientation, both sessions will take place July 24 with the first set to begin at 9 a.m. and the second at 6 p.m. He said students who attend will be split up by academic division and meet in the following locations:


  • Arts and Sciences — Craig F. Goess Multipurpose Room
  • Business — Robert Lee Humber, Room 118
  • Construction and Industrial Technology — CIT Building, Room 133
  • Health Sciences — William E. Fulford, Room 153
  • Public Services and Fine Arts — Charles E. Russell, Rooms 203 and 205
  • Special Credit/Undecided — Goess, Room 132

Joyner said an information fair will take place throughout the day in the Charles Coburn Center in the Ed and Joan Warren Building on Reedy Branch Road. In addition to campus tours, the fair will offer details on a variety of PCC services and activities, Joyner said.

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It's too bad I didn't have

It's too bad I didn't have this opportunity back when I was a student. I am now focusing on a different direction in my career. I am interested in finding programs for project management certificate at this point. My main target is to build a strong business related background so that I can grow professionally.

PCC is an Excellent School

It should be more famous than it is. Lots of people give Community Colleges a bad rap that they don't deserve. Community Colleges give the people that were not born with silver spoons in their mouths a chance to live the American Dream. And it can, if the PCC graduate desires, lead to further education. Kudos to PCC for the job you do.

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