Altwond Andrews of Kinston dropped out of high school before walking across the stage to earn his diploma, but years later he wanted to make good on a promise he made to his parents to return to school. And he did.
Lenoir Community College student Jazmyne Pearson of Kinston has been named Lenoir Community College’s Dallas Herring Award recipient for 2022. The Dallas Herring Award was established by the North Carolina Community College System to honor the late Dr. Dallas Herring, one of the state’s earliest advocates of community colleges.
Lenoir Community College Student Government Association President Kaley Smith of Farmville has been named the Governor Robert Scott Leadership Award recipient, one of the Great 58 in the North Carolina Community College System.
The Arts & Sciences Laptop Scholarship Committee awards a laptop each year to a deserving student who has been nominated by the department for their scholastic achievement and accomplishments during their time at LCC. This year’s recipient is Kailey Powell, who is most deserving of the award.
Lenoir Community College Health Sciences and Nursing Department recently held its pinning ceremony for Electroneurodiagnostic Technology, Medical Assisting, Polysomnography, Radiography, and Associate Degree Nursing graduates.
Graduation season for Lenoir County Public Schools gets underway Wednesday when 44 members of the Class of 2022 at Lenoir County Early College High School receive their high school diplomas. The next night, 40 of them will be awarded associate degrees or certificates from Lenoir Community College.