Beaufort County Community College

Beaufort County Community College

Brett D. Ange

Brett Ange, Beaufort County Community College, Excellence Award 2013

Beaufort County Community College student Brett D. Ange has been chosen to receive the prestigious Academic Excellence Award for the 2012-13 academic year. He is one of 58 award-winners statewide and will be recognized at a ceremony on the BCCC campus later this year.

Vickie Wilkinson

Vickie Wilkinson, Beaufort County Community College, Excellence Award 2014

Vickie Wilkinson is a School Age Education major. She will be graduating spring 2014 and as of now her cumulative grade point average is a 3.76. Vickie came to BCCC to pursue a School Age Education degree after working in the business world for 29 years.

Michelle Leggett

Michelle Leggett

Michelle Leggett, a nurse on the second floor of Vidant Beaufort Hospital, said it was her daughter’s illness that led her to leave a successful business career and pursue a career as a nurse. But she credits Beaufort County Community College for helping her succeed in her new career.

Kit C. Campbell

Kit Campbell, Beaufort County Community College, Excellence Award 2012

After working in the construction industry for some years, Kit C. Campbell enrolled in the Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program at Beaufort County Community College with the goal of serving as a reserve law enforcement officer.

Danielle Williams

Danielle Williams, Beaufort County Community College, 2015 Academic Excellence Award Recipient

Two years ago, my husband and I became licensed foster parents.  Since then, we have fostered three children and have learned a great deal from each one. Through my experiences with foster care, I was informed about the Guardian ad Litem program which is a child advocacy program.

Christopher Donte Atkinson

Beaufort County CC 2016 Academic Excellence Award recipient Chris Atkinson

Attending Beaufort County Community College has aided in achieving my life's goal of becoming a law enforcement officer. I was raised in Kearney Park housing development, which is housing designed for low income families. The community was ridden with high crime, drugs and gang activity.

Ric C. Balanay

Working as a laboratory assistant was the starting point of Ric C.

Nicole Obando

As part of the Career & College Promise program at Beaufort County Community College, Nicole Obando was able to get a head start on her college education during her last two years of high school.