Category: Sanford

North Carolina veteran is symbolic of good people facing political intimidation

By Ray Nothstine Raleigh, NC – Sherry-Lynn Womack finds herself in the proverbial hot water. Her crime? Womack went up to Washington, D.C., for the rally for Donald Trump on Jan. 6. The Lee County school board voted to open…

Dr. Brian S. Merritt leaves his mark at CCCC

Sanford, NC – Dr. Brian S. Merritt has served in various positions at Central Carolina Community College. He’s been Distance Education Counselor; Director of Grants, Sponsored Programs, & Alumni Relations; Dean of Student Learning, and most recently as Vice President…

CCCC offers variety of Continuing Education classes

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Pittsboro, NC – Would you like to learn more about BBQ Essentials? Do you have an interest in Cybersecurity? Or perhaps Skilled Trades? Central Carolina Community College is offering numerous Continuing Education programs in the spring semester, including a variety…

CCCC announces cancellation of fall sports season

Sanford, NC – Central Carolina Community College has canceled its fall sports season for the 2020-21 academic year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. CCCC competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), which announced on Monday that a…

CCCC ranked among nation’s Top 50 community colleges

Sanford, NC – Central Carolina Community College has been ranked among the Top 50 community colleges in the nation by College Consensus, a unique college ratings website that aggregates publisher rankings and student reviews. CCCC is ranked No. 47 in…

Chatham residents on Spring 2019 CCCC Dean’s List

Sanford, NC – The following students have been named to the Central Carolina Community College Dean’s List for the Spring 2019 semester, announces Ken Hoyle, Vice President of Student Services. Students named to the Dean’s List earned a grade point…

CCCC men’s basketball ready for 2019-2020 season

Sanford, NC – Central Carolina Community College men’s basketball coach Brad McDougald looks forward to coaching the 2019-20 edition of Cougar basketball. “We are still in the learning stage of the season,” said Coach McDougald, who is in his third…