Students in the Mechanical Engineering and Computer-Integrated Machining Programs recently put their skills to the test by participating in the annual Aerospace & Advanced Manufacturing Center (AAMC) Derby Car Race at the Center.
Lenoir Community College visual arts students Nigel Williams of Kinston and Chandon Williams of Snow Hill share more in common than their names and a visual arts degree. They both are graduating within a few months of each other, and both are pursuing their dream of creating amazing art.
Lenoir Community College student Mackenzie Rouse has been selected as a semifinalist for the prestigious Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
The love of baseball brought Zack Kramer of Florida to Lenoir Community College where he plays outfield for the LCC Lancers. He’s played baseball his whole life and he wanted to continue his career at the collegiate level. His older brother played for a junior college (JUCO) in Virginia and had a great experience there,
Greene Early College students, (left to right) Dorien Sutton and Madia Harris, have been named to Lenoir Community College fall President’s List. To be included in this prestigious list, a student must be enrolled for a minimum of 12 semester hours in upper level classes and achieved a 4.00 GPA.
Automotive Systems Technology Students Ja’ken Bynum of Kinston, Travis Cox of Kinston, and Mark Wente of Beulaville were recently awarded Gearwrench tool sets, donated by Walker Auto Parts in Kinston, for having the highest cumulative grade point average (GPA) and best overall attendance during their pursuit of the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Automotive Systems