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Eight local high schools will compete at the second annual Lenoir Community College high school volleyball tournament in memory of Jessica Ramsey. Games will start at 9 a.m. August 14 on the Coach Bobby Dawson Court in the LCC Student Center.
Interested in earning an associate degree in arts or science, but just can’t seem to fit classes in your schedule? Lenoir Community College can help! LCC is offering family-friendly evening classes so students can take them right from the comfort of home beginning Aug. 16. This program is perfect for the working adult. Applications are being
Kylie Paige Chadwick of Beulaville has accepted an invitation of lifetime membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS), the nation’s leading certified honor society for high-achieving first- and second-year college students with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. Chadwick is a graphic production specialist at Lenoir Community College. She is working on her
The NCWorks Career Center of Lenoir County will host a Job Fair on Friday, July 16 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. for flyExclusive. This event will take place on the campus of Lenoir Community College. Come out and see what jobs are available to you! #jobfair
The following students have been named to the President’s List at Lenoir Community College for Spring Semester 2021. They are: Megan Lynette Wilkins of Albertson; Jordan Cannon Patterson, Trinity Layne Springer, Octavius Tyson, and Jamie Lynn Walls of Ayden; Emerita Siobhan Webb of Beulaville; Theodore Wayne Press of Chinquapin; Erika Trejo of Chocowinity; Holly Downes
Owen White of Kinston set his sights on attending pharmacy school when he was a freshman at South Lenoir High School. Taking advantage of Career and College Promise classes, which allowed him to be dually enrolled at Lenoir Community College and at his high school, he continued his education at LCC with one thought in
AYDEN — Tanner Cannon is staying local for baseball. Cannon committed to play at Lenoir Community College Thursday in a signing ceremony held at Ayden-Grifton. Cannon played in the outfield and pitched for the Chargers, batting .344 with 7 RBIs (second on the team) and five stolen bases (tied for first) while also striking out
Lenoir Community College (LCC) graduate Micaiah Jackson of Kinston is well on his way of making his career goals a reality. When he graduated from South Lenoir High School in 2016, he knew he was going to LCC for his first two years and then transfer to a four-year university to study to be a physical