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R-CCC Alumnus Selected as North Carolina Teaching Fellow

Ra’Quan Leary, a 2020 graduate of Roanoke-Chowan Community College (R-CCC) and the Hertford County Early College High School (HCECHS) was recently selected as a North Carolina Teaching Fellow. He joins 118 others in the 2021 class. Those named as Fellows may attend any of the program’s five partner institutions:...

R-CCC SGA Leaders

Roanoke-Chowan Community College’s (R-CCC) Student Government Association (SGA) attended the Annual N4CSGA Spring Conference on March 26-27. Due to COVID 19 regulations, the conference was presented virtually. R-CCC SGA leaders who attended were Disha Juikar, president, Javon Williams, vice-president,...

Announcement of Roanoke-Chowan Community College’s Next President

It is my distinct pleasure to announce that the R-CCC Board of Trustees has recommended Dr. Murray Jean Williams be appointed to the position of President of Roanoke-Chowan Community College. The North Carolina Board of Community Colleges approved this nomination at their meeting of March 19, 2021. ...

Full Circle Moment for R-CCC Alumna

Sometimes life presents “full circle” moments. After losing her job as a private caretaker, someone suggested to Isalean Overton that she attend college to build on her job skills. The school they recommended was Roanoke-Chowan Community College.

Safety and Health Council of NC presents plaque to R-CCC

Via a recent Zoom awards presentation, President of the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina Charles "Chip" McDonald presented a plaque to Roanoke-Chowan Community College (R-CCC) Interim President Dr. Deborah Lamm and college officials for outstanding achievement in offering the National...

Black History with a Local Connection - Dr. Dudley E. Flood

For Black History Month, Roanoke-Chowan Community College is committed to honoring local leaders in Black history. Today we honor Dr. Dudley E. Flood. Born in Winton, N.C. and a graduate of (then) C. S. Brown High School, Dr. Flood was instrumental in desegregating North Carolina schools. In the years...

From the Classroom to the Community

Recently, second year students in the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program, under the supervision of R-CCC Nursing Faculty and the Hertford County Health Department, administered COVID-19 vaccines to over 50 R-CCC faculty and staff. They also assisted with the 780 vaccines administered at the Ahoskie...

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