Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online/on-campus program rankings and higher education planning, has included Lenoir Community College to its list of programs assessed for 2022. The research identifies programs in the nation based on flexibility, faculty, course strength, cost, and reputation.
Many recent high school graduate students in Kinston can go to community college for free with the Longleaf Commitment Grants. The Longleaf Commitment Grant, which had previously been held only for 2021 high school graduates, has now opened up to 2020 high school graduates.
Ms. Harriet Herring, formerly of Kinston, was the apple of her father’s eye and she felt the very same about him. A devoted daughter, she saw first-hand her father’s generosity to others. William I. Herring, Sr. is described by a friend, as “a model for fair dealing in business, for building and sustaining his community, and
A ground breaking ceremony was held on the Lenoir Community College (LCC) campus for the Floyd Health Sciences Center. State and local officials joined the Floyd family in presenting information about the new center.
Lenoir Community College and Barton College have entered into an agreement to provide LCC Criminal Justice students an opportunity to transfer to Barton College to complete a four-year degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice Sciences.
The Lenoir County ABC Board recently presented a check of $15,000 to Lenoir Community College to assist in alcohol and drug awareness programs at the College.