Students Weld SCC and City Together in Project

Sampson Community College is known for its contribution to residents of Clinton in everything between early college to college transfer. From producing police officers and EMS workers to training employees of companies in the region. Now, SCC’s welding department wanted to do something nice for the city’s furry residents as well. The creation of the…

50th Spotlight: Captain J. F. Royal

“Taking BLET has led to my 24-year career at the Dunn Police Department” states Royal. A graduate of Sampson Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Program in 1993, this accomplishment was only the beginning of Captain J. F. Royal’s journey.  He continues, “Additionally, those classes I took prior to enrolling in the BLET program…

50th Spotlight: Toledo Kemmer

“I remember visiting the campus in 1988 to eat lunch with my dad as he was helping build the Robert Warren Student Center” reflects Toledo Kemmer, this week’s 50th Anniversary Spotlight. Kemmer continues, “I didn’t know at that moment that this is where I would be [Sampson Community College] 19 years later starting a new…

50th Spotlight: Ashley Register

Upon graduating Lakewood High School, Ashley Register was uncertain about her career path, but after a friend’s suggestion to consider Sampson Community College, she sought guidance on a career path and how to apply. “I was encouraged after meeting with a counselor within Student Services at SCC as they offered guidance to identify my strengths,…

50th Spotlight: Payton O’Quinn

As the first Career and College Promise (CCP) student graduating with both an Associate of Arts degree and an Associate of Science degree this May, Sampson Community College is honored to highlight Payton O’Quinn as this week’s 50th Anniversary Spotlight. “As a homeschool student, SCC provided me with classroom experience through the CCP opportunity. Additionally,…

SCC’s Newest Truck Driving Graduates

Sampson Community College would like to congratulate our newest Truck Driver Training graduates! Alex Acosta Willie Best Mina Botros Biship Chasten Dorian Frederick Jose Garcia Electa Kearney Fantasha Leak Frank McNeill DeArlo Pearsall, Sr. Brandon Satchell Mary Stone Anthony Tate Asonta Vann Gregory Williams For  more information on the Truck Driver Training Program at Sampson…

50th Spotlight: Andrew Todd

Growing up in Clinton, NC, upon graduating high school, Andrew Todd, this week’s Sampson Community College 50th Anniversary spotlight, moved to Wilmington where he found his passion for cosmetology as he assisted in the theater industry. Intrigued by the small class sizes at SCC, in 2004, Andrew moved back home to begin his educational journey…

50th Spotlight: Daniel Moesch

Upon retirement after serving two deployments overseas and 23 years in Army as a Black Hawk Helicopter Mechanic and First Sergeant, Daniel Moesch, this week’s Sampson Community College 50th Anniversary spotlight, wanted to come back to school to learn a trade as he entered the workforce. During his journey at SCC as a full time…

50th Spotlight: Jairo Najera

“Sampson Community College gave me a solid foundation that I have built upon to have a successful career; for that, I am thankful” smiles Jairo Najera, SCC Graduate. In late July, 2009, Jairo Najera walked into the Building Construction Technology Lab for a tour led by Barney Grady, SCC’s Building and Construction Department Chair. As…

President’s List & Dean’s List | FALL 2016

Sampson Community College would like to recognize the following students for their OUTSTANDING academic achievement: President’s List | 4.0 GPA Andrew, Brittany Artis, Caralea Barbour, Dennis Barnes, Paula Blankenship, Michael Brown, Justin Buelna, Donna Campos, Anna Chavious, Sanitria Cooksey, Robert Cruz, Avigail Espino, Jovani Giddens, Christie Gutierrez, Alicia Halstead, Lydia Harrell, Kristy Hemingway, Marian Hernandez,…

50th Spotlight: Nashea Williams

As a 2014 graduate of Sampson Early College High School, Nashea Williams shares the impact Sampson Community College and the Early College has had on her life. “Through this partnership, I was able to not only have a head start at receiving a higher education but I also developed a desire to continue my education….

SCC House Provides Shelter For Learning

House #6 is currently FOR SALE and is priced at $55,000. Anyone needing more information about the program or purchasing the house can contact Barney Grady at bgrady@sampsoncc.edu or at 910-592-8081 extension 7005. Any time you can foster an idea that provides a win-win scenario all the way around, you build on it. And that’s exactly…