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Is Career and College Promise the New Norm?

High school students on a college campus are no longer rare. In fact, high school juniors and seniors attending community college may become the new norm. Career and College Promise is a state program that allows high school students to start their college courses at no cost before graduating. Beaufort County Community College will host a Car...

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Go to Jail, But Just to Tour

Lieutenant Katherine Bryan will lead criminal justice students on a tour of the Beaufort County Detention Center on Thursday March 1, and this to...

High School Equivalency Now in Aurora

Students in the Aurora area will have a closer option if they are ready to finish their high school education. On February 12, BCCC started offer...

SGA Ice Cream Social on Feb. 14

Student Government would like to invite you to join them in the Student Lounge in Building 9 for an Ice Cream Social on February 14 from 11:00 a....

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Infrastructure Projects Wrap Up

Beaufort County Community College has completed work on its accessibility projects. The project revamped the entire campus with a new network of ...

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Louise R. Lester Foundation Donates $10,000 for Scholarships

The goal of Beaufort County Community College and the BCCC Foundation is to make sure that no student is turned away from the college due to lack...

Medication Aide Class in February

Ideal for Nurse Aides working in nursing homes who would like to expand their skills, this class is available through Beaufort County Community C...

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GSK Foundation Awards $25,000 for New Community Paramedic Training

Too many people are going to the hospital when there are more appropriate medical settings for them. This not only drives up the cost of healthca...

Ten students in blue t-shirts in two rows. Front row (left to right): Makayla Cutler, VP; Angela Boyd, Faculty Advisor; James Matthews, President; and Jessie Godley, Social Event Coordinator. Back row (left to right): Logan Barber, Historian; India Allen, LPN Rep; Brittany Wiggins, Historian; Kristen Battershell, Secretary; Michelle Ashe, Treasurer; and Daniell Davenport, Social Event Coordinator.  Not pictured: Morgan Peed, LPN representative.

BCANS Keeps the Community Healthy

Health is not just about losing weight or avoiding the flu. The field of medicine spans from the chronic to the catastrophic, and often intertwin...

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