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PCC Seeking Bond Approval Nov. 5

***BOND REFERENDUM FORUM TO BE HELD OCT. 9***

PCC administrators will provide information on bond referendum and take questions from those in attendance during forum in the Craig F. Goess Student Center.


Enrollment at an All-Time High this Fall

Curriculum enrollment is at an all-time high this fall.

Curriculum enrollment has climbed each fall since 2007. In fact, in just six years, the number of students taking credit courses at PCC has grown more than 20 percent.


Lt. Gov. Dan Forest Visits Campus

Lt. Gov. Dan Forest visited the college's polysomnography program during his tour of campus. 
Lt. Governor meets with small business owners at PCC Greenville Center during luncheon before touring CIT and Herman Simon buildings on main campus.

 


October 2013 Edition Quick Hitters ...

• Each month, President G. Dennis Massey provides a "College Update" with the latest college news. Click HERE for Dr. Massey's October 2013 update.

• A house built through the combined efforts of PCC Construction and Industrial Technology (CIT) students will be sold by public auction Oct. 26 to fund future CIT training activities. (READ ARTICLE)

• Employees and students teamed up Sept. 24 for "PCC in the Community Day" to raise awareness of the college's programs and services and to gather feedback on how well those offerings are meeting the community’s educational needs. (WATCH VIDEO)

• Wells Fargo has developed a partnership with Pitt County new car dealers and the PCC Foundation to provide scholarships for Automotive Systems Technology students. (READ ARTICLE

• A three-man team from Robersonville's Anne's House of Nuts claimed the top prize the college's "First Annual Forklift Rodeo" held Sept. 20 at Overton's in Greenville. (VIDEO) (PHOTO GALLERY)

• Argentinians Pamela Aichele and Giselle Dubinsky, who are teaching foreign language courses at PCC this year through the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant program, helped students and employees celebrate Hispanic Heritage on Sept. 19. (PHOTO GALLERY)

• The PCC Student Government Association doled out the sub sandwiches Sept. 10, during their organization's "Clubs and Subs" event in the Craig F. Goess Student Center. (PHOTO GALLERY)

• Automotive Systems will hold its “Second Annual Cruise-In/Open House” on Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., outside of the Construction and Industrial Technology Building. (READ ARTICLE)

• The PCC Alumni Association announced newly-appointed members to the 2013 PCC Alumni Board of Directors last month. (READ ARTICLE)

• PCC announced last month that Shareen Berkowitz had been hired as Small Business Center counselor. (READ ARTICLE)

• Every Tuesday, PCC employees and students are encouraged to show their school spirit by wearing their PCC royal blue. We call it 'Turn It Blue Tuesday.' (FACEBOOK PHOTO GALLERY

• We are proud of our current students and graduates and love sharing their stories of success. If you are a PCC student or alum and have a success story you would like to share, please email Rob Goldberg, PCC communications director, so we can be sure to include you on our "Creating Success" web page.


Upcoming Events ...

• Oct. 9 - Annual Fall Plant Sale

• Oct. 9 - Empowering Excellence Workshop

• Oct. 9 - Bond Referendum Forum

• Oct. 9 - Tech Smart Workshop

• Oct. 10 - Second Annual Women's Resource Fair

• Oct. 12 - Automotive Systems Cruise-In/Open House

• Oct. 14 - Music Club Organizational Meeting

• Oct. 17 - Fall Fest

• Oct. 24 - Tech Smart Workshop

• Oct. 26 - CIT Division House Auction

• Oct. 26 - PTK Yard Sale

• Oct. 29 - Orchestra Concert

• Nov. 1-3 - Down East Holiday Show

• Be sure to watch "PCC Outreach with Ernis Lee" Mondays at 8:30 p.m. on Cable Channel 23.

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PCC Baseball to Face Czech Republic Squad

By Andrew Edmondson
PCC Media Relations Intern

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College will go head-to-head with the Czech Republic's best baseball players this week in an exhibition game at Minges-Overton Baseball Park.

The game will take place Oct. 11 with the first pitch scheduled for 11 a.m.

PCC Baseball Coach Tommy Eason says the Czechs will certainly be a tough opponent for the Bulldogs. "Taking on the Czech Republic team will be a great opportunity to play good competition and see how we stack-up against a team that has potential MLB draft picks on the roster," he said.

(READ MORE)


Athletics Quick Hitters ...

• PCC Volleyball took on Wake Tech in the Charles Coburn Center Sept. 18. (PHOTO GALLERY)

• PCC Softball has beaten Campbell University and UNC-Greensboro this fall. Check out the Bulldogs' schedule for game results, recaps and upcoming events. (2013 FALL SOFTBALL SCHEDULE)

• Sophomore volleyball player Anais Martinez was in the 'Bulldog Spotlight' last month.

• After going 2-2 over the weekend at a tournament in Hagerstown, Md., PCC Volleyball is now 6-9 overall this season. For more details, visit the new PCC Athletics website.


Upcoming Home Events ...

• Oct. 10 - Volleyball vs. Louisburg College

• Oct. 11 - Baseball vs. Czech Republic

• Oct. 18 - Softball vs. East Carolina

• Oct. 23 - Volleyball vs. Brunswick Community College