Blood Drive '15
Betty Harris, an American Red Cross collections technician, prepares to draw blood from Pitt County Schools Early College Principal Wynn Whittington during a blood drive on the PCC campus Nov. 19. The drive, which was organized by Gamma Beta Phi students in conjunction with nursing students and the PCC Center for Student Activities, had a goal of collecting 31 units of blood.
Walter and Marie Williams Building '17
Nearly two years after breaking ground at the site of its future science and technology training facility, Pitt Community College is making plans to dedicate what is now known as the Walter and Marie Williams Building.
As construction of the largest building on PCC’s campus winds down, college administrators have scheduled a ceremony for Aug. 2 at 3 p.m. to officially dedicate the Williams Building. The event will take place in the 78,000-square-foot structure’s Max Ray Joyner Auditorium.
PCC Police Department '12
After years of operating in cramped quarters, PCC police officers have a new home on campus. (Rob Goldberg Jr./Pitt Community College)
PCC Campus '15
Ed and Joan Warren Building
Clock Tower '15
Vernon White '17
Spring Fling '18
WHM Program '18
Under the direction of PCC's Lisa Stockard, female members of the PCC Chorale perform at the beginning of this year's Women's History Month program.
Spring Fling '18
Softball Signing Day '18
Members of PCC Softball's 2019 recruiting class represent high schools and club teams from throughout the region. From left to right, they are: Lauren-Ashton Jones, Emily McGee, Michaela Lockridge, Morgan Owens, Rebekah Williams, Tina Dunham and Hailey Jenkins.
Building Construction '13
Lonnie Chisenhall '16
After missing Friday's game against the Baltimore Orioles due to illness, former PCC Bulldog Lonnie Chisenhall returned to the starting lineup Saturday and Sunday and went right to work. While Chisenhall's Cleveland Indians squad was swept by Baltimore, the former Pitt standout finished the series 3-for-8 from the plate with a run scored and two runs batted in. His double in the top of the ninth inning Saturday night gave the Indians their only runs of the game in a 5-2 loss. For the season, Chisenhall, who played for the Bulldogs in 2008, is batting .303 with 31 RBIs, 29 runs scored and six homers. Cleveland selected the former Pitt third baseman in the first round (29th overall selection) of the 2008 MLB Draft.
Turn-It-Blue Tuesday '15
Pitt Community College (Winterville, North Carolina)
'No-Shave November' '17
After parking their razors for an entire month, several of PCC’s ‘No-Shave November’ participants were on hand Dec. 5 to present a $390-check to Katrina Combs (front row, left), manager of the American Cancer Society’s McConnell-Raab Hope Lodge in Greenville. In all, 18 faculty and staff members took part in the fundraiser, which asked participants to donate money they would have normally spent on haircuts and grooming last month to Hope Lodge, which provides free lodging to hundreds of cancer patients undergoing treatment each year. Presenting the check on behalf of PCC are: (Front row, left to right) April Moore and Jasmin Spain. (Back row, l-r) Tyrone Turnage, Jim Shallow, Ken Peel, Charles Newkirk and Steffen McGhee.
PCECA Scholarship Presentation '16
Pitt County Electrical Contractors Association representatives Jimmy and Mike Benson (front row, left and right, respectively) visited PCC July 21 to present scholarships to students Will Davis (front row, second from left) and Allen Warren (front row, third from left). On hand for the presentation were PCC Electrical Systems Technology instructors Joseph Strickland and Dennis Marshall (back row, left and right, respectively).
Automotive Systems '13
WATER Scholars '17