Leading Sampson: Herb Sanderson Continues Family Legacy of Board Service

When he was approached about joining the Sampson Community College Board of Trustees, Herb Sanderson knew it was the right choice. His father, Robert, previously served for 22 years before, so Sanderson’s assumption of the position seemed appropriate. Sanderson also spent several years as a school administrator. Sanderson is the son of educators. As such,…

Leading Sampson: Joyner Leads with Students and Local Businesses in Mind

A Sampson County local, Catherine Ezzell Joyner takes her role on the Sampson Community College (SCC) Board of Trustees seriously. For Joyner, serving as President of Ezzell Trucking, Inc. and serving on the Board of Trustees has allowed her to bring the unique perspective of the local business community to the board. When approached about…

Leading Sampson: Warren’s Commitment to Education Continues

After a career dedicated to education, including six years of service on the Sampson County Board of Education and several years as a school administrator, Michael Warren knew that the natural next step in his career would be joining the Sampson Community College Board of Trustees. “I’d always had high regard for the college and…

Leading Sampson: Maynor Remains Committed to Education & Community

For approximately 40 years, Vivian Maynor dedicated her career to public schools in North Carolina. Maynor’s career in education was split between classroom instruction and as an administrator. Maynor served as Principal at L.C. Kerr Elementary School for several years before her retirement. In 2020, she joined the SCC Board of Trustees. For Maynor, community…

Leading Sampson: Viser Continues as Devoted SCC Advocate

As a longtime member of the Sampson Community College (SCC) Foundation Board, Dr. Paul Viser has dedicated years of service to helping cultivate community support for SCC and participating in giving campaigns. For Viser, fundraising and philanthropic-focused organizations often take the helm of his civic commitment. Joining the SCC Board of Trustees allowed him the…

Leading Sampson: Haight Acts as Conduit Between SCC Local High Schools

When she originally joined the SCC Board of Trustees, Larinda Haight says she did not fully know the board’s purpose. However, as she began learning how it functioned and began understanding the program and course offerings at Sampson Community College, Haight realized that she could be a direct source of information for Sampson County Schools,…

Homegrown: Warner Reflects on Three Decades at SCC

Angela Warner has worked at Sampson Community College for 32 years and currently serves as the Planning and Research Coordinator. However, before her time as an employee, she attended SCC as a student.

Community College System President Pays Visit to SCC

[CLINTON, N.C.] – Newly elected North Carolina Community College System President, Thomas Stith, visited Sampson Community College on Thursday to share his goals and plans for the state’s “Great 58” community colleges — including Sampson. Stith met with various leaders across campus. Stith, who took on the role in January, shared what he calls the…

Longtime SCC Employee Retires After Over 30 years of Service

Before she was Vice President of Academic Affairs at Sampson Community College, Wanda Capps was Division Chair of Health Programs, and Department Chair of Nursing, and an Instructor in the Associate Degree Nursing Program; the list goes on and on. Capps’ resume tells of her journey at Sampson Community College, but the stories and experiences…

SCC Non-Discrimination Policy Notice

The Board of Trustees, the administration, faculty, and staff of Sampson Community College are fully committed to the principles and practice of equal employment and educational opportunities. Accordingly, the College does not practice or condone discrimination, in any form, against students, employees, or applicants on the grounds of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age,…