College News

McNairys Donate $1 Million to LCC – Library renamed the Leigh and John McNairy Library

February 28th, 2022|Categories: College News, College News and Events|

Leigh and John McNairy have always been champions of education and have supported Lenoir Community College since its early beginning. Most recently, the McNairys have donated $1 million to the LCC Foundation in support of students’ education for generations to come.

Advisory Board Member discovers program to further her education

February 18th, 2022|Categories: College News, College News and Events, Creating Success|

Vickie Polk is a member of the Office Administration/Medical Office Administration Advisory Board at Lenoir Community College. A new program introduced at the Fall 2020 board meeting sparked her interest. The program was the Certified Medical Administration Assistant (CMAA) program, which is a collaborative effort with Continuing Education. Polk who is currently employed at Kinston

LCC leaders attend Community College National Legislative Summit

February 15th, 2022|Categories: College News, College News and Events|

Lenoir Community College leaders and North Carolina State University doctoral students met with Congressman Greg Murphy while attending the Community College National Legislative Summit in Washington, DC to thank him for his continued support of community colleges. Pictured left to right are Robyn Fusaro, NCSU EdD Program student, Dr. Timothy Maddox-Fisher, LCC Associate Vice President

Lenoir Community College recognized for top programs in the U.S.

December 15th, 2021|Categories: College News, College News and Events|

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.

LCC culinary center named the William I. Herring, Sr. Culinary Arts Center

November 22nd, 2021|Categories: College News, College News and Events|

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