In store pickup will be Dec 9 - 11, 2014
Delivery (mail) will be after Jan 5, 2015
Methods of payment: Financial Aid, Visa & MasterCard
Dog and Cat food is being collected to support the Pet Food Pantry of Eastern NC and the Pitt County Animal Shelter. Drop off locations are in Goess and Everett buildings. See posted flyers for additional information and donation ideas. Sponsored by the PCC Gay Straight Alliance Student Club.
The PCC Symphony Orchestra presents the PCCSO Chamber Music Concert at the Music Academy of Eastern Carolina (811 S. Evans Street, Greenville) on November 23 at 3:00 pm. Several ensembles will be performing including a Brass Quintet, a Woodwind Quintet, a Woodwind Quartet and soloists. This is an excellent opportunity to hear your favorite musicians in the orchestra in an intimate chamber music setting. The concert is free, but donations will be accepted. Please contact R. Michael Stephenson at (252) 493-7493 and/or email@example.com for questions.
Dec 4 - Jan 29 in the Goess Student Center
Work drop-off period/deadline: Dec 1 - 4, 4:00 - 7:00 pm, Whichard 108.
Reception: Dec 9, 5:00 pm, Faculty Lounge in the Goess Student Center.
Complete details here.
Bulldog Explosion (PCC's Pep Band) will have an open rehearsal on Dec. 2nd at 3 pm in Whichard 201 in preparation for the PCC Home Basketball Game on Dec. 11th. All interested PCC students are encouraged to attend this rehearsal. For questions, please contact R. Michael Stephenson at (252) 493-7493 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application period is now open for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation scholarship for students planning to transfer to a 4-year school. Students meeting the following criteria are encouraged to apply:
- Be a current student at an accredited U.S. community college or two-year institution with sophomore status by December 31, 2014, or a recent graduate (since spring 2010).
- Plan to enroll full time in a baccalaureate program at an accredited college or university in fall 2015.
- Have a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.5 or better on a scale of 4.0 (or the equivalent).
- Demonstrate significant unmet financial need. We will consider applicants with family income up to $95,000. However, the majority of scholarship recipients to date have been eligible to receive a Pell grant.
- Have not previously been nominated for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
For more information, please visit the website at www.jkcf.org. Deadline for applications is December 2, 2014.
The Women's Resource Center and the Human Services Technology department will be hosting a film showing on Tuesday, December 2 from 10:00-12:00 pm in Leslie 143.
The film, Frankie and Alice, is a 2010 psychological drama inspired by a remarkable true story of a popular black go-go dancer in the 70's with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). The film portrays Frankie's (played by Halle Berry) struggle with 2 alternate identities as well as her treatment; as she begins working with a psychiatrist who helps her reclaim her life.
Our goal is to help students, faculty, and staff gain insight regarding the struggles of clients dealing with mental health issues. Frankie and Alice explores complex issues of violence, tragedy, racism, and family dysfunction. Halle Berry worked with The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to bring awareness and support to people struggling with mental illness. Since the DVD's release on August 21, NAMI created a discussion guide for the film. We will engage the audience in a discussion at the end of the film utilizing materials from NAMI.
All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend. If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Olivia Sutton at 7222. See the "Frankie and Alice" trailer on YouTube®.
Time and Location: Wednesday, Dec 3, 2:00 pm, CER 102
This is a brief informational meeting only, at which time we will introduce the club's goals and try to obtain the 10 signatures required for us to move forward with paperwork (and therefore for "official recognition"). Although the Club technically is open to any student at PCC, we strongly encourage only students who have completed ENG 111 and one of the following courses to attend:
The Club will be run much like a book club, only we will read just a handful of articles devoted to a single issue in the field (in advance of meeting, of course).
Students who register during this period have the best choice of classes. Contact your academic advisor today for help in creating your Spring 2015 schedule.
Note: Payment for classes added during this time period is due by 5:00 pm on Dec 15.
If you are looking for a new twist on the traditional Christmas Story, The PCC Drama Club is presenting its fall semester play on December 5, 6 (7:00 pm), and December 7 (2:00 pm) in the Goess Student Center on the PCC Campus. The Butterfingers Angel, Mary & Joseph, Herod the Nut, & The Slaughter of 12 Hit Carols in a Pear Tree by William Gibson is a holiday play that is directed by Anthony Holsten and Amy Whitney-Anthony (student director), and uses over 15 talented PCC students in the cast. You will laugh, cry, be entertained and at the same time leave with the Holiday spirit fully intact. Tickets are $10 or $5 with a PCC ID.
A special free performance of The Butterfingers Angel, Mary & Joseph, Herod the Nut, & The Slaughter of 12 Hit Carols in a Pear Tree by William Gibson will be presented for PCC students, staff, and faculty on Friday, Dec 5 at 2:00 pm in the Goess Multipurpose room.
The Pitt Community College Symphony Orchestra will be presenting their Holiday Concert at Reimage Church (3950 Victory Lane, Winterville) on December 9th at 7:30 pm. This concert is free to the public, but donations will be accepted. Holiday music will be featured on this program, along with all the PCC Music Ensembles including the PCC Chorale, Elements of Praise, Bulldog Pans, and a special selection from PCC Music Faculty. Some of the selections will include Sleigh Ride, Christmas Festival, Variations on Jingle Bells, Carols from the Darkside and many others. For more information please contact R. Michael Stephenson at (252) 493-7493 and/or email@example.com.
The first issue of Pitt Community College’s new online literary journal, Reedy Branch Review, will be published in Spring 2015. We are now seeking submissions of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction for the inaugural issue from PCC students, faculty, staff, and friends.
The RBR Web site is still being prepared for the grand unveiling late next semester, so please refer to the submission guidelines. The submission deadline for the Spring 2015 issue is February 15, 2015.