Throwback Thursday: Floyd & Hilda Boyce Nursing Endowed Scholarship

Pictured, from left to right, are Donna Boyce McKeithan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd G. Boyce and a member of the Nursing Department faculty at Pitt Community College, Mrs. Hilda J. Boyce and Dr. Charles E. Russell, president of Pitt Community College.

NOTE: The ad above appeared in the March 22, 1998 edition of The Daily Reflector, which means the Boyce Scholarship has been helping prepare nurses for […]

PCC Publishes 2019 Annual Report to the Community

2019 PCC Annual Report to the Community cover with students from various curricula training.

“In this publication, you’ll discover PCC’s achievements were many and wide-ranging. You’ll read about alumni distinguishing themselves in their workplaces as well as current students earning […]

Edward & Joan Warren Clock Tower Dedicated

PCC employees and supporters gathered on campus Thursday morning to dedicate the college's Edward and Joan Warren Clock Tower. The 35-foot tower was purchased through funding from the Warren Estate as a gift to the PCC Foundation. Ed Warren, a former state senator and PCC employee, and his wife, Joan, a former PCC trustee, were longtime supporters of the college before passing away in 2003 and 2002, respectively.

• PHOTO GALLERY WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College employees and supporters gathered on campus March 12 to dedicate the college’s Edward and Joan Warren Clock Tower. The 35-foot tower, […]

PCC Foundation Reminding Students to Apply for Scholarships Prior to April 1

  WINTERVILLE—With the application deadline fast-approaching, the Pitt Community College Foundation is reminding prospective fall students, including high school seniors and current PCC students, to apply […]

PCC Foundation Changes Format of Spring Fundraiser

2020 Spring Scholarship Fundraiser Sponsors

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Pitt Community College Foundation has significantly altered the format of this year’s spring scholarship fundraiser, which was originally […]

PCC Foundation Preparing for Spring Fundraiser

Collage of Cotton Barn photos.

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Foundation will hold its annual spring auction fundraiser at The Cotton Barn in Winterville next month, and organizers are hoping for a […]

Governor Praises State’s Finish Line Grants Program

Gov. Roy Cooper listens to PCC President Lawrence Rouse speak during a roundtable discussion of the state's Finish Line Grants program.

WINTERVILLE—Gov. Roy Cooper visited Pitt Community College last week for a roundtable discussion on the progress of North Carolina’s Finish Line Grants program. The discussion, which […]

Scholarships Awarded during MLK Breakfast Tribute

Following Pitt's annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s fight for civil rights Thursday morning, President Lawrence Rouse congratulated recipients of this year’s PCC Multicultural Activities Committee scholarships, Sharon Moore (left) and Jennifer Santos.

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College celebrated the life of civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 16 with the 8th Annual MLK Scholarship Tribute Breakfast. The event, […]

Greenville Mayor Stresses PCC’s Important Role in Region’s Future

Greenville Mayor P.J. Connelly smiles as he speaks with PCC employees at their bimonthly College Council meeting.

WINTERVILLE—During a recent visit to Pitt Community College, Greenville Mayor P.J. Connelly spoke with College Council members about Pitt’s “integral” role in determining the region’s economic […]

PCC Once Again Named Military-Friendly

US and North Carolina flags flap in the breeze with clear, blue sky in background and pine trees on each side.

WINTERVILLE—An organization dedicated to serving the nation’s military community has once again determined Pitt Community College to be one of the country’s best post-secondary institutions for […]