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PCC Offering Course to Help Prospective Health Sciences Students Prepare for TEAS

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College will offer a course early next year to help prospective health sciences students prepare for the Test […]

Music Department’s Holiday Concert is Dec. 5

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Music Department will hold its annual holiday concert at Greenville’s First Christian Church Dec. 5 at […]

Annual MLK Tribute Breakfast Scheduled for Jan. 11

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College has scheduled its annual MLK Scholarship Breakfast for Jan. 11 to honor the memory of civil rights […]

College Names Law Enforcement Training Center Lobby for Alumnus

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College and PCC Foundation officials joined relatives of the late Ken Thompson Monday afternoon to officially dedicate the […]

Planned Gift a Testament of Couple’s Love for Education and Community

WINTERVILLE—It’s been eight years since Vannie Rouse passed away at 93 years old and 30 since her husband, Linwood, died […]

Spring 2024 Registration Well Underway

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College admissions personnel are encouraging students to register for the 2024 Spring Semester as soon as possible.  Last […]

“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