DUBLIN – Bladen Community College will welcome hundreds of students to campus as the fall semester registration begins Wednesday, July 12.
“The staff and faculty of BCC are always energized when students return to campus in the fall,” remarks Jeff Kornegay, executive vice president and chief academic officer. “The excitement of new opportunities and new beginnings prevails among everyone here.”
The Career and College Promise Program is expected to bring the greatest influx of high school students yet to campus.
“We have an excellent collaborative relationship with the public school system,” explains Barry Priest, vice president for student services. “High school students can take transferrable college credits while simultaneously receiving high school course credits.”
Additionally, the college will enroll an estimated 70 to 80 Career and Technical Education students.
“Our semester enrollment for students in continuing education and workforce development training is typically very strong,” comments Sondra Guyton, vice president for workforce and continuing education. “Our allied health and EMS curricula continue to be among the most successful programs we offer.”
Registration is scheduled for July 12-13. A welcome and information tent will greet visitors near Student Services (building 2), providing information packets, tours, and other college materials.
BCC maintains a positive and proactive outreach into the community. With classes in both Dublin and East Arcadia, the college is committed to providing a way for men and women to get the educational opportunities they need.
For information about all classes at Bladen Community College, call 910-879-5500 and speak with a counselor, or visit www.bladencc.edu.