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‘Registration Week’ a Chance for Students to Finalize Fall Term Plans

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College Enrollment Services will hold “Fall Into Registration Week” in August to give students an opportunity to complete […]

2024-25 PCC Student Ambassadors Participate in Annual Kickoff Luncheon

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College’s newest group of student ambassadors met for the first time last month in preparation for their responsibilities […]

PCC President Retires after 42-Year Career in Higher Education

WINTERVILLE—Six years after becoming only the fifth president in Pitt Community College history, Dr. Lawrence L. Rouse spent his final […]

PCC Foundation Accepting Need-Based Scholarship Applications in July

WINTERVILLE—With the start of the 2024-25 academic year at Pitt Community College fast approaching, the PCC Foundation recently announced it […]

PCC Nearing Start of Welding Building Construction Project

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College is preparing for the start of work on a new Welding Technology Building that will provide the […]

PCC Awarded Dollar General Literacy Foundation Grant

WINTERVILLE—The Dollar General Literacy Foundation (DGLF) recently awarded Pitt Community College an $8,000-grant in support of adult literacy. Since 1993, […]

“I wanted a change in my career, and PCC helped with that. The (BioWork) certificate gave me the skills I needed.”


BioWork Certificate Recipient

Thermo Fisher Employee

"(PCC) was the perfect school for me, no matter what trade I was deciding on. There are tons of options for programs and well-educated people behind each and every one.”


Mechanical Engineering Student

2023-24 PCC Student Ambassador

“I came to Pitt originally because I wanted to be a lawyer, and the paralegal program felt more in my reach since I came from a family that had meager means. In the paralegal program, I fell more in love with the law and decided I would continue my education.”


2004 Paralegal Technology Graduate

Assistant District Attorney (N.C. Judicial District 2)

“Above all, I recognize the importance of diversity and equity, and I am dedicated to creating an environment that embraces and celebrates the unique backgrounds and perspectives of all students.”


University Transfer Student

2023-24 Student Government Association President