For the third time in a row, an LCC Graphics student was awarded top honors in this year’s PICA (Printing Industry of the Carolinas) student competition for printing and graphics. Samuel Jarman of Trenton, NC won the top collegiate award for his digital printing and package design of a dentist-themed hidden message structural mailer.
Complete the 2022-2023 #FAFSA! This form is so important because it's the only way you will be able to qualify for Financial Aid and any #scholarships we offer! To celebrate, we're having a #FAFSADAY coming up on Saturday, October 23rd from 9 am to 12 pm. It’s the perfect time to complete your FAFSA for the 2022-2023 school year. Need help?
Lenoir Community College, in partnership with ECU and the National Science Foundation, has presented Zachary Bishop of New Bern, NC; Kevin Jones of Rolesville, NC; and Hugo Sanchez-Delgado of Snow Hill, NC with the PIRATES (Providing Inclusive Residential And Transfer Experience Support in Engineering) Scholarship.
The following students have been named to the President’s List at Lenoir Community College for Summer Semester 2021. They are Hailey Elizabeth Davis of Kinston, Garrison Cooper Guthrie of Newport, Kasey Brooke Frizzelle of Pink Hill, Emily Rose Fisk of Staley, and Bradley Grissom of Youngsville.
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
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
Jackson Colby Pass of Haw River will tell you he came to Lenoir Community College in 2019 to play baseball, but he did must more than that. He excelled in the classroom as well as the baseball diamond putting the emphasis on student. “As a student athlete, you are a student first