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 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 […]

Down East Holiday Show Runs Oct. 31 to Nov. 3

WINTERVILLE—A holiday tradition returns to eastern North Carolina this month with the 2019 edition of the Pitt Community College Foundation’s Down East Holiday Show. This year’s […]

Annual Fund Drive Encourages Employees to be “IN” for Student Success

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Foundation’s 2019-20 Employee Annual Fund Drive kicks off today with a Fair Share Luncheon for faculty and staff who have pledged to […]

Unique Setting Contributes to Fundraiser Success

Photo of guests attending the 2019 PCC Foundation Accelerating the Future fundraiser at Pitt-Greenville Airport.

• PHOTO GALLERY WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College Foundation officials are reporting the organization’s spring fundraiser this month was a tremendous success. Held at Pitt-Greenville Airport March 15, […]

PCC Foundation to Hold Annual Spring Fundraiser at PGV Airport

Save-the-Date postcard for March 15 PCC Foundation fundraiser at PGV Airport.

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Foundation will hold its annual “Accelerating the Future” fundraiser at the Pitt-Greenville Airport (PGV) next month, and organizers are hoping the change […]