Important Information for Financial Aid Students
Effective Fall 2014, students receiving financial aid no longer need to have 12 hours at the beginning of the term in order to receive the maximum award by the end of the term. You will still receive 100% of your financial aid as long as you have 12 credits or more (in your curriculum) by the end of the term AND attend all of your courses. You will only receive financial aid for coursework that is required in your curriculum. You will be allowed to add classes throughout the term and your financial aid will increase accordingly.
Your academic advisor may suggest that you initially register for less than 12 hours, especially if you are taking developmental math (DMA) and/or developmental English (DRE). This will ensure that you have enough financial aid to cover tuition & bookstore purchases for the additional classes that you will need throughout the term.
*(Note that this does not apply to students receiving GI Bill benefits. In most cases, VA students should still be enrolled for 12 or more credits at the start of the term).
The PCC Horticulture Technology Program is holding its Spring Plant sale at the PCC Greenhouse through the month of April. There are lots of new things in the collection this year - mixed planters and hanging baskets, hanging Gro-bags, perennial and annual bedding plants, vegetables and herbs.
The hours are Monday-Friday, April 7 - May 2, 10 am - 4 pm and Saturday, April 12 and 26, 8 am - 2 pm.
For more information, contact Jerry Pittman at 252-493-7544 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to our online bookstore to reserve your books for the Summer session.
Are you a high school senior planning on attending Pitt Community College? Sign up to take your placement test to avoid long lines in the summer and ensure a shorter testing session.
Three time slots available: 8:30 am • 11:00 am • 1:30 pm
Go to the PCC online scheduler to sign up: www.registerblast.com/pittcc/exam.
Spring is in the air, which means that the Pitt Community College Symphony Orchestra will be presenting their spring concert. The concert will take place April 29 at 7:30 PM in Reimage Church (3950 Victory Lane, Winterville).
Music presented will include George Bizet's L'Arlesienne Suite No. 1 and Excerpts from Carmen, Dvorak's Slavonic Dances 1 & 2, Beethoven's Romance for Violin and Orchestra, and Highlights from Beauty and the Beast.
The concert is free to the public, but donations will be accepted.
For more information, please contact R. Michael Stephenson at email@example.com or (252) 493-7493.
Date: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Place: Goess 137/138/139
Next Level will provide a student engagement activity entitled "Dispelling The Myths of Minority Male." This video competition will be open to all enrolled Pitt Community College students, curriculum and continuing education.
Each performance must have creativity and social consciousness in the form of music, acting, or spoken word as examples of delivery that are highly encouraged. Student participants must address one of the following topics related to the image of minority males:
- mass media (entertainment, social media, etc.)
- physical health & wellness
- psychological well being
- racial profiling
- sexual orientation
- sexual relations
- substance abuse
The PCC Music Department announces its second annual PCC Music Potpourri on May 2 at 7:00 pm in the Goess Student Center. The PCC Music Potpourri will feature selections from the PCC Chorale, Individual solo vocalists, the PCC Band, the PCC Guitar Class, Elements of Praise, and Bulldog Beat. Musical selections will range from the music of Scarlatti through traditional Gospel to Stevie Wonder. There will certainly be something for everyone. This concert is free to the public. For more information, please contact R. Michael Stephenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (252) 493-7493.
The Women's Resource Center invites you to join Retired PCC Counselor, Sandra Hickman, for a Line Dancing workshop. Mrs. Hickman will teach students, faculty, and staff a variety of line dances including (but not limited to) the Wobble, Cupid's Crawl, and the Electric Slide. The workshop will take place on Monday, May 5 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in the Coburn Center.
For more information, please contact Olivia Sutton at 252-493-7222.
1:00 pm-3:00 pm in Whichard 203
All interested perspective and current PCC students are encouraged to apply. For more information, please contact R. Michael Stephenson at email@example.com or (252) 493-7493.
The Advertising & Graphic Design Dept. would like to invite you to attend our student's Graphic Design Portfolio Show. The opening reception will be Thursday, May 8 from 6-8pm at the Greenville Museum of Art at 802 S. Evans St.
As always, you can float in and out anytime between 6 and 8pm and there will be lots of good food to eat! This is our biggest graduating class to date.
The invitation was designed this year by one of our very talented graphic design students, Ashlee Magliozzi.
Are you finishing up your last assignments of the semester?
A librarian will be glad to help you find the sources you need for your research.
Get one-on-one help with research: Ask to make an appointment with a librarian.
Call us: (252) 493-7360
Send an E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop by: CW Everett Building, 2nd floor, Reference Desk
Reference Chat & FAQs: pittcc.libanswers.com