New Faces at SCC

Welcome aboard. That is the message Sampson Community College was sending several new employees at the college’s annual New Employees Luncheon this week. Since the Spring semester, SCC has hired a dozen and a half new faces, reflective of the success the college has experienced through growth and new initiatives. Each year, the college welcome…

CVB Reps Tour SCC’s Latest Community Project

As progress continues on Sampson Community College’s Develop the East project, the college welcomed another group for a tour of the grounds. Members of the Sampson County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) were on campus to see the fruits of their investment. The CVB contributed $10,000 to the project which includes the park benches that…

SCC Honors Those With 30-Plus Years

Sampson Community College has served this region for more than half a century. A successful entity does not make that far without the people who made it so. That is why the college has recognized three key employees who have served SCC for more than half of its existence. SCC recognized Dr. Bill Starling, Wanda…

SCC Swears In Newest Board Members

The Sampson Community College Board of Trustees has sworn in its newest members to help serve the college as it continues to serve the community. Joyce Herring, who has been reappointed, joined Erick Garcia in the swearing in ceremony. Herring is excited to see the college accomplish great things in the upcoming year. “This has…

SCC Honors 20, 25, 30-year Employees

Sampson Community College recognized employees who have served the college for terms of 20, 25 and 30-years. Honored (from left to right) is 20-year employee Nancy Brake, Anatomy and Physiology instructor at SCC. Also honored is Dr. Veronica Stevens, Division Chair of Health Programs, who has been with the college for 25-years. Angela Warner, SCC’s…

15-year Employees Recognized at SCC

Sampson Community College recognized employees who have served the college for 15-years or more during a recent faculty and staff meeting. Honored (from left to right) is Aleta Whaley, April Melvin, Loretta Jones, Adriene Howard and Sue Butler. For more information about SCC, visit the website at http://www.sampsoncc.edu.    

Community College Best Value Says Report

Sampson Community College is a well-kept secret that is not much of a secret anymore. It’s hard to live in this area and not see or hear about new programs, new facilities or be touched someway by the college. Those who already attend SCC know its value and see it every day but for those…

SCC Honors Five-Year Employees

This week, Sampson Community College honored employees who have served the college and its students for a half-decade. Pictured left to right is Jeanette Rackley, David Lockwood, Holly Brewington and Amanda Bradshaw. Not pictured is Angela Marco. For more information about the college, visit the website at http://www.sampsoncc.edu.  

SCC Begins Fall Semester

The leaves have not hit the ground yet but already the fall semester is underway at Sampson Community College. This week, the college welcomed back all faculty and staff members, many of whom did not hold classes this summer. The first two days upon return, staff members and faculty are oriented with new policies, procedures…

SCC Board Member Familiar Face to College

If her name sounds familiar, there’s a reason for that. Catherine Ezzell Joyner serves as Executive Vice President at Ezzell Trucking, Inc., the family business which has become synonymous with Sampson County. Ezzell Trucking has a long-lasting relationship with Sampson Community College that goes back several years. From providing scholarships and equipment to SCC to…

SCC’s Newest Trustee Strong Education Advocate

Sampson Community College added a new member to the Board of Trustees this week. When other board members look across the table going forward, they will not only recognize a familiar face but also one with an outstanding track record in education. Michael Warren took his oath to keep the college on course while it…