When she graduated high school in 2016, Sophie Miller knew she wasn’t prepared to leave home and attend a large university. Instead, she found her place at Sampson Community College. There, she discovered courses and professors that challenged her and a likeminded community of students.
Over 30 years ago, Terrie Anders graduated from Sampson Community College and began a career as an accountant at Prestage Farms. She hasn’t looked back since. However, it wasn’t always an easy road. She says her story of success begins with hard work in her youth, and an education at SCC.
On February 3, 2020, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $2.6 million grant to Sampson Community College of Clinton, North Carolina to increase the number of skilled workers available to meet regional trucking industry needs by expanding the college’s truck driving school.
On January 14, 2020, John Cruz was sworn in by the Sampson Community College Board of Trustees as the college’s newest SGA President.
Sampson Community College Truck Driver Training Program Receives PTDI Certification
SCC’s IT Program is Nationally Acclaimed
Crocheting Blankets for a Good Cause
SCC’s New Student Success Coach Mary Clark
December 5, 2019 It is that time of year again. The family has gotten together for a Thanksgiving feast, the holiday chill is in the air and soon, stockings will be hung by the chimney with care. This holiday season, you are going to need two things—a way to stay warm and gifts for loved…
SCC Hosts Pinning Ceremony for Fall 2019 EMS Graduates
SCC Celebrates the Latest Fall 2019 Truck Driving Graduates
Contact: Ruthie Brock Date: December 10, 2019 Congratulations to the following staff who were awarded Sampson Community College Foundation mini-grants for the fall semester. Jacqueline Ammons and Alisha Carwise of the Nursing Faculty received mini-grants for continuing education required for accreditation. Marleen Powell, Director of Financial Aid, received the mini-grant for financial aid awareness…