NCC Announces First Associate in Engineering Degree Graduate

Nash Community College is pleased to announce its first Associate in Engineering degree graduate is Omar Allan of Rocky Mount. The College launched the program last fall; however, NCC has made a concerted effort to identify Engineering students and provide them with specialized advising for over 10 years. For that reason, some Associate in Science graduates like Allan have returned to […]

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NCC Celebrates 50th BLET Academy Graduation

In a special ceremony held Thursday, January 11, 2018, Nash Community College recognized eight officers for completing the College’s 50th Basic Law Enforcement Training academy. Joseph Wiley Corbett, III, Nashville Police Department Captain, was the guest speaker. Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Nashville Police Department, Nash County Sheriff’s Office and Vance County Sheriff’s Office hired directly from the class. “Nash Community College […]

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NCC Alumna Illustrates Children’s Book

“I am excited to finally share what it means to me to dream big, work hard, stay focused, and surround myself with good people,” Lynda Hight said. Hight graduated from the Advertising and Graphic Design program at Nash Community College in the spring of 2016. She began her studies with visual communication by placing emphasis on aiding in trauma recovery. “It […]

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Fall 2017 Dean’s List & Honor Roll

Nash Community College is proud to announce the following students achieved academic honors during the 2017 Fall Semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students earn a 4.0 grade point average (all A’s) while taking 12 or more semester hours. Students who qualify for the Honor Roll earn a grade point average of 3.3 or above and are enrolled in 12 […]

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2017: A Look Back

“This year marks fifty years that Nash Community College has been serving our region. Memories fade and most people have forgotten that Nash Technical Institute began at Benvenue High School and later in the old Stoney Creek building. These humble beginnings make us appreciative of where we are today,” NCC President Dr. Bill Carver said. “Nash Community College has a […]

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Student Wellness Center Graphic Design Competition

The Nash Community College Student Wellness Center recently sponsored a design competition among Advertising & Graphic Design students to create a problem gambling logo for use campus-wide through the North Carolina Problem Gambling Program grant. First prize and a $100 Visa gift card went to Emely Morales, second place to Jamal Bulluck, and third place went to Devian Biggs each received […]

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Nurse Aides Recognized at NCC Ceremony

On Tuesday, December 12, 2017, Nash Community College held a recognition ceremony honoring students completing Nurse Aide I, Nurse Aide II, Emergency Dispatch Academy and EMT training. The event was held at 6:00 PM in the Nash Community College Brown Auditorium. Watch the ceremony video here. Nurse Aide I students upon graduation are equipped with basic nursing skills to provide care for patients, […]

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EMTs and Emergency Dispatchers Complete NCC Training

On Tuesday, December 12, 2017, Nash Community College held a recognition ceremony honoring students completing Nurse Aide I, Nurse Aide II, Emergency Dispatch Academy, EMT training. The event was held at 6:00 PM in the Nash Community College Brown Auditorium. Watch the ceremony video here. EMT-Basic training prepares students with the fundamentals of patient assessment, life support techniques, CPR and AED use, airway […]

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NCC Nursing Student Awarded for Compassionate Care

Nash Community College Nursing Student Nate Marshall, pictured left, received the DAISY in Training Award for commitment to extraordinary compassionate patient care and outstanding clinical skill that will make a meaningful difference in the lives of many people. Pictured right: NCC Director of Nursing, Tywana Lawson. Created by the DAISY Foundation in memory J. Patrick Barnes, who suffered from Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, […]

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Electric Line Academy Students Showcase Skills Learned

With family and friends in attendance, Nash Community College Electric Line Academy students held their annual Electric Line Rodeo showcasing skills in the Hurtman Rescue and Obstacle Pole events. Electric Line Construction curriculum prepares students for line construction in rural and utility settings through laboratory and practical applications. NCC students master competencies including elements of electricity, overhead pole and electrical […]

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