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Spring Registration at BCC is in Full Swing
DUBLIN - Class registration for the 2019 spring term is in full swing at Bladen Community College, as the college welcomes new and returning students to campus. Classes are available in both curriculum and continuing education programs.
“Potential students can still register for spring classes,” states Barry Priest, Vice President for Student Services. “Our counselors and student advisors are prepared and waiting to assist students with every phase of the registration process today and Friday, January 4th. Classes officially start on January 9th. ”
Bladen Community College has consistently focused educational programs to respond to the unique needs of Bladen County and continues to experience great success with the high school college track and workforce programs.
According to Sondra Guyton, Vice President for Workforce and Continuing Education, “Bladen Community College offers the nationally-recognized curriculum standards of the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCEER). A BCC graduate who has NCEER certification in a particular discipline is a highly-credentialed workforce employee with higher earning and advancement potential.”
BCC maintains a positive and proactive outreach into the community. The college is committed to providing a way for men and women to get the educational opportunities they need.
For information about classes at Bladen Community College, call 910 879-5500 and speak with a counselor, or visit www.bladencc.edu.
 
   
   
   

 

 
   

Bladen Community College Hosts Scholars Breakfast

 

DUBLIN -  Bladen Community College Foundation and Bladen Community College Student Services joined forces to host the first annual Scholars Breakfast on Wednesday, September 12th.  Scholars were invited to attend the breakfast to learn more about student services offered by the college, to get better acquainted with key college department representatives and gain a deeper understanding of their scholarship requirements.

 

Attendees were welcomed by Linda Burney, BCC Foundation Director. Mrs. Burney congratulated those scholars for being chosen and reminded them that their academic fitness and desire to succeed qualified them to receive a BCC Foundation scholarship.  She pledged her support as well as that of Student Services, Financial Aid and the BCC Foundation to enable scholars to achieve their academic goals. 

 

Dr. William Findt, BCC President, in his remarks urged students to familiarize themselves with the many different student services offered at BCC and to contact those staff members present with any questions or concerns that they may have in the days and weeks ahead.  He added, “We are student focused and here to help you succeed no matter what your course of study or career pathway.”

 

Dr. Findt introduced Dennis Troy, Chair of the BCC Board of Trustees.  Mr. Troy charged each scholar “Be serious about your studies and leave BCC better than you have found it.”

 

Since its establishment in 1975, Bladen Community College Foundation has provided financial assistance for hundreds of deserving students who after graduation have made outstanding contributions in their communities and beyond.  As a result of individual and corporate donations, there are many different scholarships available for students who wish to pursue their education at Bladen Community College. However, many more are needed.   For information about the Foundation and how you can help a student succeed, contact Linda Burney, Foundation Director, at 910.879.5519 or lburney@bladencc.edu or visit www.bladencc.edu                                                                                    

                                                                      

Linda Burney, Bladen Community College Foundation Director, welcomes student scholars to the first annual Scholars’ Breakfast held recently in conjunction with BCC Student Services as an effort to support and help scholars be more successful in their academic studies at the community college.  Over eighty students and staff participated in the event.

 
   
 

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

 
   
   
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