Blue Cross NC CEO Patrick Conway and NCCCS President Peter Hans

Blue Cross NC invests $1 million in community college EMS programs

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina has invested $1 million with the North Carolina Community College System to help fund associate degree programs in emergency medical science at five community colleges acro

Representatives of NCCCS and NCICU

NCCCS, NCICU sign transfer agreements to help students in music, theatre, visual arts

Students pursuing Music, Theatre or Visual Arts at North Carolina’s community colleges can now seamlessly transfer to any of a number of private colleges in the state to complete a bachelor’s degree in one of those di

Members of the A-B Tech culinary team

A-B Tech's culinary team wins regional, will compete at nationals

Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College’s Student Culinary Team will travel to national competition after winning the American Culinary Federation’s Southeast Regional Competition Jan. 13 in Roanoke, Va.

LabCorp CEO David King and Alamance Community College President Algie Gatewood

Alamance Community College benefits from LabCorp's $1 million gift

Alamance Community College has received a $1 million gift from global life sciences company LabCorp.

Cover of Gallup survey report

Survey: North Carolinians give community colleges high marks

Seventy-two percent of North Carolinians give the state’s community colleges a grade of “A” or “B,” according to a Gallup survey for the myFutureNC Commission.

Lisa Taylor advises a Wayne Community College student.

Wayne CC gets $1.9 million grant to help students

Wayne Community College has been awarded nearly $2 million to improve its ability to guide students toward completion of their academic goals.

Johnston Community College biotech student Tiffany Vasquez

Revamped Johnston Workforce Development Center replicates bio-pharma workspaces

State officials, county educators, local government leaders and economic development supporters joined executives from Novo Nordisk and Grifols Oct.