PCC 2011-2012 Annual Report
Pitt Community College's Annual Report to the Community.
2012 REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY PROGRESS & INNOVATION today & tomorrow published by Pitt Community College and the PCC Foundation TABLEOF CONTENTS Board of Trustees..................................................................... 1 Message from the President................................................ 2 Employee Recognition...................................................... 3-4 Growth of PCC’s Campus.................................................. 5-6 2011-2012 Highlights........................................................ 7-8 Student Highlights............................................................9-10 SACS Reaccreditation and Our QEP................................11 Facts and Figures...................................................................12 PCC Foundation and Director’s Report................... 13-14 Foundation Events Report.......................................... 15-16 Alumni Awards.......................................................................16 Foundation Board.................................................................16 Foundation Financial Report.............................................17 Scholarships..................................................................... 17-18 Foundation Donors........................................................ 19-21 BOARD OF TRUSTEES J. Paul Davenport III, Chair Retired, U.S. Air Force Officer Retired, J.P. Davenport & Son President Hendrix-Barnhill Co., Inc. Dr. Virginia D. Hardy Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs East Carolina University Raymond Reddrick Retired Educator Kelly Barnhill, Jr., Vice-Chair Dr. Peter J. Kragel Tyree Walker Charles E. Long, Secretary Randy Collier, Past Chair Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Brody School of Medicine, ECU Chief Human Resource Officer, Vidant Medical Center Walter Williams Kyle Murphy Retired, Pitt County Schools Administrator Retired, University Health Systems & Pitt County Schools Don Mills CEO, Wilco Hess LLC President Student Government Association Retired, NACCO James A. Nelson, Jr. Kathy P. Frazier 1 Partner Owens & Nelson, PLLC-Attorneys at Law Phil Dixon & Kathryn V. Whichard Honorary Trustees (not pictured) Retired Educator, Pitt County Schools OUR MISSION Our mission is to educate and empower people for success... VISION OUR Pitt Community College will be... ...A Catalyst for transforming the individual and community. ...A Competent Steward of public trust and confidence. ...A Creative Partner for developing educational and economic opportunities. ...A Recognized Leader for accessible, attractive and educationally-enriching programs and services. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT As you will see throughout this annual Report to the Community, 2012 has been a great year for Pitt Community College. The strengths of every college lie ultimately with the people who provide the direct services to its students and community. We have had superb performances from so many faculty/staff and college friends to realize our accomplishments this year. Our Board of Trustees, chaired by Mr. Paul Davenport, has inspired us to pursue challenging goals and continue our high level of performance in many areas, and we have responded positively: • The Southern Association regional accreditation review visit was very positive, with a final report for ten year approval anticipated in 2013. • Two new buildings for innovative instruction were opened and are being fully utilized to serve our students and community members. • Career and Academic Planning (CAP) was announced as the Quality Enhancement Plan to promote timely attainment of Dr. G. Dennis Massey President student educational goals and to connect students to job opportunities in Pitt County and the region. • Fall 2012 credit enrollment increased by 7.2% over last year to over 9000 students due to stronger focus on financial aid processing and student orientation and advising. An even greater increase was seen in non-credit training programs. • The number of degrees/certificates completed grew by over 8% since 2011. During 2013 we will continue striving for improvement. We ask for individuals, companies and organizations to partner with us to motivate and support learning and enhanced skills to respond to the economic and workforce challenges which we face in eastern North Carolina. Pitt Community College will persist in our mission to educate and empower people for success. 2 EMPLOYEE AWARDS A number of special awards were presented at the Annual Employee Appreciation event, including the 2012 Joan and Ed Warren Staff Employee of the Year Award, which was presented to Gretchen Baugh and the 2012 Joseph E. Downing Excellence in Teaching Award, which was presented to Ray Taylor. As the college’s marketing specialist, Baugh primarily helps develop various print and digital advertisements to promote the school’s educational programs and services. “I feel extremely blessed to work at Pitt Community College,” she said. “I am very fortunate to work with so many amazing people. God placed me in an environment in which I am continually learning and surrounded me with folks who nurture that process.” presented at annual event “Gretchen’s outstanding skills and versatility have made her an outstanding employee— an employee that everyone enjoys working with,” said Susan Nobles, PCC Vice President of Institutional Advancement. Taylor serves as chair of the Human Services Technology Department. “The highest calling in life is to create opportunities for individuals and communities to reach their fullest potential,” Taylor said. “Pitt Community College has afforded me the place to express my calling.” A Goldsboro resident, Taylor began working at Pitt in 2001. As the Downing Award recipient, he will serve as the college’s nominee for the N.C. Community College System’s teaching excellence award later this year. Gretchen Baugh Ray Taylor FACULTY AND STAFF Faculty Excellence Awards receive awards Pitt Community College celebrated employee achievements on April 20 during the 29th Annual Employee Appreciation and Recognition Evening at Rock Springs Center. The college honored 15 retirees and presented a total of 73 service awards to employees with a combined 870 years of service, including Larry Dendy and Mary Daughtry with 35 years each and Joe Brittain with 30. Four instructors (as shown above left) – Dr. Ray Taylor, Kelly Jones, Lynn Lee, and Rusty Sugg – were presented with Faculty Excellence Awards. Five Staff Excellence Awards were presented to Gretchen Baugh, Tytishia Davis, Susan Everett, Lynn McCormick (not pictured) and Jessica Sides (shown at left). A total of six retirees received The Order of Long Leaf Pine Award during the employee appreciation program. The honor, which is one of the highest North Carolina’s governor can bestow upon a citizen of the Tar Heel State, was presented to Michael Bridgers, Kathy Collins, Jenny Edwards, Sandra Hickman, Linwood Woodard and Joe Brittain for contributing more than 30 years of dedicated and enthusiastic service to the State of North Carolina. Staff Excellence Awards 3 EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION At left, Susan Everett, VP of Administrative Services, received a Distinguished Service Award from Board of Trustees Chair Paul Davenport at the May 2012 Commencement ceremony. Below left, Fulbright Scholars and visiting foreign language instructors Valeria Guerra and Xiu-Wen Lin enjoy Fall Fest. Below center, PCC’s Library Director, Xudong Jin, helps PCC celebrate the Chinese New Year. Below right, Pitt Community College’s Kay Gooding (pictured) and Carol Walston joined a diverse group of health care providers on June 19, 2012 for a meeting with senior Obama Administration officials on the status of health information technology (HIT). At right, six PCC retirees received The Order of Long Leaf Pine Award. Shown left to right are Lit Woodard, Kathy Collins, Joe Brittain, Michael Bridgers, Sandra Hickman, and Jenny Edwards. PCC’s WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE Order of Long Leaf Pine Awards Pitt Community College students and employees celebrated Women’s History Month on March 14 with an event themed “Women’s Education...Women’s Empowerment.” As part of the college’s women’s history celebration, PCC recognizes a female employee with the “Woman of Substance Award” for outstanding campus and community involvement, attitude of service, commitment and caring, and willingness to ‘go the extra mile.’ This year’s “Woman of Substance Award” was presented to Marguerite Parker, an English and communications instructor. In addition to her classroom responsibilities, she is an academic advisor and student club advisor for the college’s Student Government Association and Circle of Sisters Club. “The biggest honor was knowing that students had also spoken up on my behalf,” Parker said. “While I think I’m pretty fun to have as an advisor, admittedly, I have a pretty ‘tough’ reputation as an instructor. I’m glad to know they still appreciate me.” In addition to Parker, this year’s “Woman of Substance Award” nominees were Patricia Adams, Kathy Carnes, Hope Clark, Alison Flowers, Betty Foreman, Donna Gibbs, Kay Gooding, Sue Jefferson, Allison Knox, Jamelle Moore, Dana Parker, Ashley Smith, Starlette Vaught, Kim Waters and Eleanor Willard. 4 GROWTH OF CAMPUS FACILITIES SERVICES COMPLEX The Facilities Services Complex was completed in 2011 at a cost of $4.2 million. The 28,000 square-foot, single-story building features a maintenance staff headquarters, mail room, shipping and receiving department, purchasing department, and several storage areas. The building is located on Warren Drive, west of Reedy Branch Road on property the college purchased in 1992 for expansion purposes. A ribbon-cutting ceremony for this building and the new CIT building (see opposite page) was held on May 3, 2012. 5 CIT BUILDING The new Construction and Industrial Technology (CIT) Building added 58,000 square feet to the CIT Division. The building is also located on Warren Drive near the new Facilities Services Complex. At a cost of $8.5 million, the CIT Building now serves as the home of Pitt’s Automotive Systems Technology and Building Construction Technology curricula. The structure features several automotive laboratories and work bays as well as carpentry shops, classrooms and faculty offices. Funding for all three buildings constructed this past year and highlighted on these pages was provided through a quarter-cent sales tax increase Pitt County voters approved in 2007. RUSSELL Completed in time for the start of 2012 Fall classes, the Charles E. Russell Building cost $9.3 million to build, with funding coming from a quarter-cent sales tax increase Pitt County voters approved in 2007. The building was designed by Greenville’s JKF Architecture, which has also served as architect for the construction of PCC’s Craig F. Goess Student Center and Herman Simon Building and the renovation of its Robert Lee Humber Building. In addition to study areas, two conference rooms and a secondary campus data facility, the 54,000 square-foot Russell Building features 24 general purpose classrooms and computer labs and 26 offices for faculty and staff. A building dedication ceremony was held in Dr. Russell’s honor on September 7, 2012. BUILDING 6 2011-2012 HIGHLIGHTS July ‘11 • Former PCC President Charles Russell visited campus to see firsthand the progress being made on construction of a 54,000 square-foot academic building that bears his name. • J. Paul Davenport is named chairman of the PCC Board of Trustees. A Pactolus resident, he has served on the board since Pitt County Commissioners appointed him in 2005. • PCC announced that over the next three years, grant funding from The Duke Endowment will help PCC nursing graduates make a smooth transition to East Carolina University in order to complete bachelor’s degrees in the field. August ‘11 • Dr. Scott Ralls (below), president of the N.C. Community College System, served as convocation’s keynote speaker. His remarks focused on the need for community colleges to continue helping students achieve their dreams in spite of what he referred to as a “perfect storm” – divergent skill distributions, demographic shifts and a changing economy. • A new campus smoking policy went into effect, allowing for smoking on campus in designated areas only. • PCC utilized its mobile welding lab to provide welding training and certification to employees of Farmville’s Mestek, Inc. September ‘11 • Gov. Beverly Perdue visited campus as part of her assessment of damage done to the state’s community colleges by Hurricane Irene. • The director of the PCC-led Region D Health Information Technology Consortium reported a successful first year for the 20 community colleges she oversees as part of a federally-funded program created to prepare workers to implement electronic health records. • Already a decorated sharpshooter, science instructor Jeff Rorer added a U.S. National Championship to his list of accomplishments as a marksman. • The Welding program was featured in a national welding newsletter article detailing how PCC makes good use of the VRTEX 360 virtual welding system, which provides students with realistic welding scenarios through 3-D stereo eyepieces and sound. • The N.C. Society for Respiratory Care named PCC graduate Christy Ginn its 2011 Respiratory Care Practitioner of the Year. October ‘11 • As part of its 50th Anniversary celebration, the college released a book chronicling half a century of service to the community. Titled, “A Resolve to Serve … Pitt Community College: Celebrating 50 Years of Academic Excellence,” the book was written by local historian Roger Kammerer. • Trunk or Treat drew approximately 500 children and their parents to campus. The annual Halloween celebration also served as a canned food drive for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. November ‘11 • PCC and ECU signed an agreement creating a pathway for preengineering transfer students to move on to the university and complete a four-year engineering degree. • The college honored the nation’s military on Veterans Day with the annual Veterans Salute, featuring Marvin Williams, District First Sergeant for the N.C. State Highway Patrol, as the keynote speaker. • Deborah P. Cannon, PCC Preschool teacher, published her first book, “When the Bull Saw Red.” December ‘11 • As part of the reaccreditation process, PCC created a Quality Enhancement Plan that focuses on improving academic advising and career planning services, since both play a critical role in student persistence and completion. • G.I. Jobs included PCC on its annual listing of the country’s most military-friendly schools. • The Small Business Center assisted with the state’s Small Business Taxpayer Recovery Program, which is designed to help North Carolina small businesses get back on their feet. January ‘12 • 1994 graduate Brian Moffitt was named Chief Executive Officer at Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM), a Concord-based racing operation that competes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. • PCC was selected to participate in a virtual computing environment project developed by North Carolina State University in partnership with the N.C. Community College System. Through the project, which utilizes cloud computing technology, students and faculty at participating community colleges can request or reserve a computer with a desired set of applications and remotely access it over the Internet. • Dr. David C. Herman (right), CEO of Vidant Health Care, toured campus to see firsthand the programs and services the school has to offer. The tour included stops in the Craig F. Goess Student Center and the William E. Fulford and Herman Simon buildings, homes to the college’s health sciences curricula. 7 February ‘12 • The Office of Sponsored Programs announced that the N.C. Biotechnology Center had awarded chemistry instructor Olga Paine a $19,137 grant to provide pharmaceutical-tailored training to biotechnology students. March ‘12 • The Small Business Center cosponsored the Eastern North Carolina Women in Business 3rd Annual Conference as part of an effort to spread the word about resources the college has to offer local entrepreneurs. • A distinguished panel of North Carolina women—Hilda PinnixRagland, Dr. C. Neill McLeod and Renee Robinson—shared their stories of personal and professional success through education during the annual Women’s History Month celebration. • PCC and N.C. Wesleyan signed a transfer agreement in which associate degree graduates can move seamlessly into six different bachelor degree programs Wesleyan offers through its adult student programs. Wesleyan agreed to grant the transfers 64 credit hours toward a bachelor’s degree and junior standing. April ‘12 • PCC modified its registration process to allow current students to sign up for summer and fall classes during the spring semester. The move was made to improve academic advising and allow students to plan long-range. May ‘12 • Administrators cut the ribbon on the new Construction and Industrial Technology Building and Facilities Services Complex. • Preliminary data from the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics showed PCC was among the nation’s top institutions when it came to awarding associate degrees to African-Americans during the 2010-11 academic year. June ‘12 • Student Development Services personnel overhauled the new student orientation process and held 10 sessions throughout the month of June to provide students with important information on services available at the college and educational requirements of their respective programs of study. The sessions also gave newcomers a chance to meet with academic advisors and sign up for fall classes. • PCC turned to a new automated system for processing financial aid applications with amazing results. Before the automated system, it took four to six weeks to process files. With the new system, processing takes as little as a week or two. • A little more than two months into their studies, Forestry Equipment Operator students sent their first load of pulpwood to Plymouth’s Domtar paper mill. • Campus expansion west of Reedy Branch Road prompted the college to purchase a pair of Global Electric Motorcars to help employees continue providing campus services efficiently. GRANTS AWARDED Male Minority Mentoring Funded by the North Carolina Community College System $20,500 $15,000 $20,000 Plus 50 Encore Completion Program Funded by AACC Certified Safe Logging Equipment Operator Project (CSLEO) TRiO Funded by ECU Agromedicine Institute from Golden Leaf $1.2M total – In 2011-2012...$222,574 Funded by the US Department of Education (5 years) AWARE Summer Camp Funded by NSF-ATE $148,000 $5,970 Biotech Equipment Funded by Education Enhancement Grant (EEG) Health Information Technology (HIT) $21M total – In 2011-2012...$9,071,024 Funded by American Recovery and Reinvestment ACT (5 years) Rural Community Mobilization (Logging Industry) Funded by the NC Rural Center $50,000 EOC (TRiO) Educational Opportunity Center $1.15M total – In 2011-2012...$136,593 Funded by the US Department of Education (5 years) Pharmaceutically-Driven Additional Biotech Course English Language/Civics Education WorkKeys/Career Readiness Certification ASPIRE III Project Funded by NC Northeast Region Funded by Education Enhancement Grant (EEG) $19,137 $26,557 $33,510 $3,000 $10,290 Funded by the North Carolina Community College System Career Readiness Certificate Assessments Funded by PIG-CRC CRC Testing Fees Assistance for Pitt County High School Students Funded by United Way Weatherization, Energy, and Solar Training Project (Wx East) $900,000 total – In 2011-2012...$202,399 Funded by ARRA/NC Dept. of Commerce/Region Q (3 years) TOTAL 2011-2012 GRANT FUNDING $9,984,554 8 PCC STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS • Respiratory Therapy students claimed first place in the N.C. Society for Respiratory Care’s annual Sputum Bowl competition. • After leading his team to a 14-2 conference record and 28-8 overall mark, volleyball coach Tom Marsh (left) was named the 2011 Region X Conference Coach of the Year while freshman Megan Mansfield took home Region X Player of the Year honors. In addition to being named POY, Mansfield was named to the 2011 All-Region X Conference Team along with teammates Catherine Barber and Stephanie Zampini. • The Public Service/Fine Arts Division presented the John Minges Scholarship to criminal justice student Azareel Young in recognition of his classroom excellence. • Student Ambassadors wrapped up their annual service project and presented a $2,900 check to representatives of the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina. • PCC honored 50 of its top students for excellence in the classroom, on campus, and in the community during the annual Academic Excellence Awards. Tamsey Evans received the $1,000 President’s Scholarship while Tiffany Wright and Corey Staton received President’s Awards worth $500 each. • After an eight-year drought, the Student Government Association brought home the coveted ‘Spirit Stick’ from the annual N.C. Comprehensive Community College Student Government Association Spring Conference. The award is given to the college whose SGA members display the most enthusiasm, charisma and integrity during the conference. • PCC students shared their thoughts on the country’s role as the world’s peacekeeper as they competed in a public speaking contest. Leah Baez, a first-year Paralegal Technology student, took first place and received a $150 cash prize. • A group of students and employees traveled to Belize to learn about the coastal nation’s cultures and traditions as part of a study abroad program. • PCC Compensatory Education student Scotsha Brown was named the Eastern Carolina Vocational Center’s Employee Success Story of the Year 2011 Award winner. • Respiratory Therapy students and faculty took part in a two-day training exercise at ECU’s Brody School of Medicine. • Second-year Occupational Therapy Assistant student Tiffany Wright was selected to represent PCC at the N.C. Community College System’s Academic Excellence Program. 9 • Members of the PCC Association of Nursing Students were honored for their active membership and participation in a number of campus and community events. • TRiO honored participants with a ceremony that celebrated the success of 17 soon-to-be graduates and 48 students who demonstrated academic excellence. • Polysomnography students out dueled their counterparts from Catawba Valley and Lenoir community colleges in the inaugural State Pajama Bowl. The team quiz competition followed a sleep review seminar and was held, in part, to help students prepare for the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists sleep registry exam. • Students Caroline Killmon, Mark Loomis and Olivia Steward received the Pitt Golden K Kiwanis/Clifton E. Boyd Nursing Scholarship. • The Men’s Resource Center organized the first-ever Division Domination Flag Football Tournament to give students a chance to relieve stress before exams. Eightyeight participants battled for bragging rights before a team from the Health Sciences Division claimed the top prize. • VISIONS celebrated the graduation of 52 student participants representing each of Pitt County’s six high schools. • For the second straight year, a PCC pre-engineering student received a Community College STEM Scholarship through the N.C. Space Grant program when Joseph Warner (below) was selected for the award. SPECIAL AWARD Jason Donica, a 2012 Pitt Community College graduate, received the 2012 N.C. Community College System’s Robert W. Scott Leadership Award. A Winterville resident, Donica served two terms as president of the PCC Student Government Association (SGA) before earning an associate degree from the college’s university transfer program. He is currently enrolled at East Carolina University, where he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in education. The Scott Leadership Award was established in 2004 to honor a former North Carolina governor (19691973) and N.C. Community College System president (1983-1995). The $1,000 award is presented annually to North Carolina community college students who have demonstrated leadership on a statewide level, active campus involvement, and the characteristics of a future community leader. “Throughout my life, I have enjoyed serving in various leadership positions,” Donica said. “In my roles as a restaurant manager, as a father, as a non-traditional college student, and with various organizations on and off campus, I have developed and continue to enhance my leadership skills.” Donica, who came to PCC in the fall of 2008 after 15 years in the restaurant business, recorded a 3.957 grade point average at the college and earned Dean’s List honors in each semester of his enrollment. He was chosen to deliver the student response speech during graduation in May. • Basic Skills received approval of an $8,204 Project IDEAL grant to begin a distance learning program for select English as a Second Language students. • As part of Black History Month, students celebrated the contributions of African-American women to the music industry with a “Sing Off” competition. Jurrell Fullerton took first out of 12 participants and received $100 for his rendition of Ella Fitzgerald’s “The Nearness of You.” An Indiana native, Donica completed the N.C. Community College Student Leadership Institute in 2011 and was a two-time Academic Excellence Award honoree. He represented the college at the N.C. Community College System’s “Great within the 58” academic excellence program in 2011 and received the National Society of Leadership and Success “Award of Accomplishment” for going above and beyond normal membership commitments earlier that year. After leading his fellow SGA members to a victory in the coveted ‘Spirit Stick’ competition at the N4CSGA Conference this spring, Donica received the organization’s Daryl Mitchell Award for demonstrating its six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. Dr. Massey nominated Donica for the Scott Leadership Award in April, noting that he served “the college and community with dedication and integrity.” 10 SACS REACCREDITATION 1. What is SACS? SACS is the acronym for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. SACS is one of six regional accrediting associations in the United States and the accrediting body for 11 Southern states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia) and Latin America. You may visit the SACS home page at http://www. sacs.org for more information. 2. What does SACS do? SACS accredits educational institutions at all levels from early childhood centers through universities. 3. What is the COC? The Commission on Colleges (one of three SACS unites) is responsible for the accreditation of public and private universities, senior colleges and two-year colleges. It is comprised of approximately 1,200 colleges and universities. 4. What are the accrediting standards used by the COC? The accrediting standards used by the Commission on Colleges are contained in the handbook, Principles of Accreditation. 5. What must a college do to be reaccredited? There are two major tasks: A. Compliance Certification: Document, in excruciating detail, that PCC is in compliance with every standard in the Principles of Accreditation. B. Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP): Select and develop a major improvement project which addresses student learning and success. 6. Why is accreditation important to faculty? Accreditation allows our faculty to compete for federal research grants and can be assured that student work completed at an accredited institution is creditable. Faculty can trust that students transferring into their programs are prepared to successfully proceed with the program. 7. Why is accreditation important to students? Accreditation allows our students to have access to federallysubsidized financial aid and ensures that the courses and degrees our students received will be recognized by other institutions. Attending an accredited institution ensures the student that the programs and courses at the institution are creditable and of good quality, making them more competitive to employers. 8. Is PCC accredited? Yes, the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools last accredited us in 2003. We are now seeking reaffirmation of our accreditation for 2013. 9. Is accreditation permanent? SACS requires that an institution’s accreditation be reviewed every 10 years. Since our accreditation was reaffirmed in 2003, we are scheduled for another review in 2013. 10. What is QEP? QEP stands for Quality Enhancement Plan, which is a long-term (5-year) improvement project, identified through an institution-wide process, focused on improving student learning outcomes in one domain. 11. What is the SACS Visiting Committee? About 15 people from community colleges in the Southeast visited Pitt Community College to examine all aspects of our operations. 12. When did the committee visit PCC? The Visiting Committee was on campus September 18-20, 2012. QUALITY ENHANCEMENT PLAN Each institution seeking reaffirmation of accreditation is required to develop a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). The QEP is a carefully designed and focused course of action that addresses a well-defined topic on one or more issues related to enhancing student learning. Once the QEP is complete, the Commission of Colleges (COC) sends an onsite committee of professional peers to the campus to assess the educational strengths and weaknesses of the institution. The QEP should not be an addition to the institution, but compatible with the college’s strategic plan. PCC’s final QEP topic selected was “Career Planning and Academic Advising.” 11 Student advising and career planning can play a critical role in student persistence and completion. Studies show that students who declare a degree intention have higher success rates for degree achievement. By enhancing advising and career counseling services, PCC can increase student success by helping students understand their educational options and form a clear path from education to a career. In addition, it is important that faculty provide consistent and caring advising for full-time and part-time students alike. 2011-2012 FACTS & FIGURES 2010-2011 Enrollment Curriculum Programs 11,771 Continuing Education and Community Dev. 11,415 Unduplicated Headcount* 22,337 Federal 25% * Unduplicated Headcount is not the sum of the two totals shown because 849 students took both a Curriculum and ConEd course. Funding Student Profile Female Male Average Age 59% 41% 27 Other* 15% County 17% State 43% In-State Tuition $69.00 per credit hour or $1,104.00 for full-time students (16 hours or more)** Out-of-State Tuition $261.00 per credit hour or $4,176.00 for full-time students (16 hours or more)** ** Tuition is set by the NC General Assembly and is subject to change without notice. State 35,684,204 County 13,871,764 Federal 20,581,543 Other* 12,297,526 TOTAL FUNDING $82,435,037 Average Class Size Students per Class Student/Faculty Ratio 24 17:1 * Other funding consists of Sales & Services, Non-capital Grants, Investment Income, Non-operating Revenues, Capital Grants, Noncapital Gifts, and Operating Revenue. 2011-2012 Graduates Curriculum Program Graduates Associate Degrees 885 Certificates 355 Diplomas 262 TOTAL 1,502 ConEd/CECD Graduates GED 206 Adult High School 25 TOTAL 231 Student Residence Profile Pitt County Adjacent Counties Other NC Counties Non-NC Residents 59.5% 14.2% 18.8% 7.4% 12 THE PCC FOUNDATION 13 Randy Walters Chair, PCC Foundation This Annual Report documents the various activities and accomplishments at Pitt Community College. All of this focuses on one important mission: Educating & Empowering People for Success. We are very proud of our students’ success. Each day, PCC’s graduates serve our community in professions such as health care, law enforcement, emergency services, construction, technical maintenance, manufacturing engineering, paralegal, business administration, early childhood education, automotive service and management, and many other fields. Collectively, our alumni provide many of the most essential services that support the quality of life in our community. You can assist the PCC Foundation in its continued efforts to focus on student success by participating in the foundation’s events and supporting its annual fund. This annual report includes an envelope with information about annual fund and end-of-year contributions. Your contribution will be invested in programs, services, innovative activities, and scholarships to support the success of our students and our college. Together, we can make a very positive difference in our college and our community. MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR The Pitt Community College Foundation is making a positive difference in the lives of local students by providing student scholarships to support their success in their preparation for careers. That support is a solid investment in the future of our community. The PCC Foundation also develops relationships and resources for the College to provide funding for both essential and innovative services. During 2011-2012, the PCC Foundation contributed $389,537 to PCC for student scholarships, educational programs, equipment, and campus construction projects. The Foundation recognizes students’ academic achievements and provides support for many students who need financial assistance to pursue their career goals. Now more than ever, the PCC Foundation is implementing methods to ensure donors that their contributions for PCC scholarships, educational activities, and capital projects are good investments. This annual report documents the results of those efforts. Generous contributions from individuals, alumni, businesses, Susan Q. Nobles foundations, and organizations in Executive Director Eastern North Carolina have been PCC Foundation essential to the success of Pitt Community College and the PCC Foundation. Successful special events including the Fall Golf Classic, the Down East Holiday Show, the Scholarship Auction, and the Annual Excellence Fund Campaign also provided funds for the Foundation’s activities. The expansion of Alumni Relations activities and the addition of PCC retiree events allowed the Foundation to reconnect with some of the College’s most vital stakeholders. Much of the PCC Foundation’s success during 2011-2012 can be attributed to the leadership and support of its board of directors, donors, and over 100 volunteers who support the foundation’s events and activities. We sincerely appreciate the work and support that each of these groups provides for our College. 14 PCC FOUNDATION SPONSORED EVENTS Fall Golf Classic PCC Fall Golf Classic Forty-two teams competed in the 14th Annual PCC Fall Golf Classic at Greenville Country Club on October 6, 2011. The event netted $24,075.04. Scholarship Roundup The 8th Annual PCC Scholarship Roundup was held March 1, 2012 at Rock Springs Center. The event featured 402 attendees and raised $36,084.52. Scholarship Roundup Staff & Faculty Fund Drive Fifty-five percent participation â€“ $52,036.56 in gifts and pledges. Holiday Show Down East Holiday Show The 2011 Down East Holiday Show was the most successful in the fundraiserâ€™s ten-year history. With 148 vendors selling a wide variety of merchandise, a record 11,460 shoppers attended and generated over $100,000. Proceeds from this event provide scholarships and educational activities for PCC students. 15 Alumni Awards Presented The PCC Foundation held its President’s Reception to thank those who have contributed time and money to support the college’s educational mission. During the event, the PCC Alumni Association recognized several alums for outstanding achievement and service in a profession, civic group, community affairs, and/ or in service to the college. John O. Moore was announced as the 2011 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient while Taheera Blount, Cindy Hinton and Karen Spruill received Outstanding Alumni Award honors. Krissy Johnson was named the 2011 Outstanding Young Alumni recipient. Alumni Awards Left to Right: Karen Spruill, ‘96 Early Childhood; Cindy Hinton, ‘82 Human Services Technology; John Moore (accepted by his sister, Connie Corey), ‘72 Agricultural Chemistry; Taheera Blount, ‘00 Human Services Technology; and Krissy Johnson, ‘03 Human Services Technology and ‘04 University Transfer. PCC FOUNDATION BOARD Mr. Randy Walters Chair Owner Farmville Furniture Mr. Ricky Brown Chief Financial Officer, PCC Mr. Phil Flowers Owner Flowers and Associates, Inc. & Rock Springs Center Mr. Miles Minges Key Account Manager Minges Bottling Group Mr. Frank Cassiano, Jr. Attorney Mr. Chip Laughinghouse Vice Chair Vice President Bostic Sugg Furniture Ms. Hope Clark PCC, Business Administration: Marketing & Retailing Mr. Lindsey Griffin Owner L.R. Griffin & Associates Mr. Mark Phillips Director, Eastern Regional Office NC Biotechnology Center Ms. Diane Waters Secretary Purchasing Manager Vidant Medical Center Ms. Jennifer Congleton Director for Volunteer Services Vidant Medical Center Foundation Mr. James Earl Jones Banking Executive Dr. William Rasberry Retired Dentist Ms. Vickie Jones General Manager WNCT-TV Mr. Kenneth Ross Manager, Pitt County Fair Retired Highway Patrol Mr. Don King Treasurer PCC Instructor Adult General Education Mr. John Cooke Publisher, The Daily Reflector Cooke Communications Ms. Betty Langston Retired Educator Mr. Donnie Skinner Aftermarket Core Manager CopyPro Ms. Sylvia Craft Semi-Retired Ms. Linda Lynn Tripp Immediate Past Chair Owner Carolina Court Reporters, Inc. Ms. Brenda Lewis E. R. Lewis Construction Company Mr. Chris Sutton Alumni Association Board Rep. ECU Police, Special Events Coordinator Ms. Partha Daughtridge Interior Designer/Sales Consultant Daughtridge Gas Dr. G. Dennis Massey President, PCC Mr. Tony Tripp Owner Tripp’s Tire Service & NAPA Auto Parts Ms. Susan Q. Nobles Executive Director, PCC Foundation VP of Institutional Advancement, PCC Mr. Paul Davenport Chairman, PCC Board of Trustees Rep. Marian McLawhorn Retired Educator NC House of Representatives Mr. Billy Dunn Owner MainStreet Promotions Mr. Mike Weeks Owner Michael Weeks Agency and Loreta’s Frozen Yogurt Ms. Vera Braswell Financial Services Professional New York Life Mr. Melvin McLawhorn Pitt County Commissioner Corrections Officer Mr. John Evans President Garris Evans Mr. Don Brown Owner Don Brown’s Funeral Home Mr. Don Mills Retired NACCO Executive 16 PCC FOUNDATION FINANCIAL REPORT Statement of Financial Position as of June 30, 2012 Assets Current Assets: Cash and Cash Equivalents Property and Equipment Equipment Software Less: Accumulated Depreciation Other Assets Pledges Receivable Discounts - Pledges Receivable Allowance for Uncollectible Pledges Total Assets Liabilities Accounts Payable Total Liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total Net Assets 6/30/12 $2,546,630.61 9,957.40 4,360.00 (14,317.40) 987,700.00 (65,039.32) (15,000.00) $3,454,291.29 PCC Students Olivia Steward, Caroline Killmon and Mark Loomis, left to right, received scholarships from the Pitt Golden K Kiwanis presented by Leslie Rogers, Assistant VP, Student Services. Administered by the Greater Greenville Foundation, the Pitt Golden K Kiwanis/Clifton E. Boyd Nursing Scholarship is named for Col. Clifton Boyd, a former Kiwanis Club and PCC Foundation Board member. The scholarship is presented annually to outstanding PCC students seeking nursing degrees. $13,309.80 $13,309.80 $334,594.08 2,181,484.08 924,903.33 $3,440,981.49 Kenneth Ross (second from left) and his wife, Phyllis (third from left), established an endowed scholarship to assist PCC students who demonstrate financial need. Accepting on behalf of the college were President G. Dennis Massey and Susan Nobles, VP of Institutional Advancement and executive director of the PCC Foundation. 2011-2012 Allocations Supporting the College Scholarships & Mini Grants $256,845.00 Donations to PCC $13,101.00 Program Services $119,591.12 Total $389,537.12 Pitt Community College’s Legal Science/Public Service Division presents the John Minges Scholarship to Criminal Justice student Azareel Young in recognition of his classroom excellence. Young (center) receives the award from Dr. Dan Mayo (left), Dean of PCC’s Public Services and Fine Arts Division, and Phil Baggett, PCC’s Criminal Justice Department Chair. 17 SCHOLARSHIPS Pitt Community College Foundation Scholarships Action Auto Endowed Scholarship ALLIANCE One International Endowed Scholarship ALLTEL Scholarship American Legion Post #39 Endowed Scholarship American Legion Post #151 Veterans Memorial Scholarship Fund Roselyn Armstrong OTA Endowed Scholarship Dr. Edgar L. Boyd Memorial Scholarship Dalton D. “Skip” Bright Memorial Endowed Scholarship Captain Christopher Cash Memorial Scholarship Pat Chenier Memorial Scholarship Cherry Oaks Recreation Club Endowed Scholarship Ryan Collier Memorial Scholarship Paula R. Davis Memorial Endowed Scholarship Thomas Denton Memorial Scholarship Joyce Ann & Bobby Dunn Memorial Endowed Scholarship Eastern Radiologists Scholarship Edith Smith Edwards Scholarship J.S. Flake Memorial Endowed Scholarship William E. Fulford, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Grady-White Boats Endowed Scholarship Graingers Scholarship Greenville New Car Dealers Endowed Scholarship Faye B. Gurganus Endowed Scholarship Hardy’s Appliance and Furniture Endowed Scholarship Sandra Harrison Scholarship Gene Hemby Endowed Scholarship Home Health & Hospice Care Endowed Scholarship Hope, Love & Cure Scholarship HORIZONS Scholarships Joan Hunter Memorial Scholarship Jane Keller Travel Abroad Endowed Scholarship Jennifer Knight Memorial Endowed Scholarship Dr. Judith W. Kuykendall Endowed Scholarship R. Dudley Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship John F. Minges III Criminal Justice Scholarship Thomas E. Minges Memorial/Pepsi Scholarship Suellen G. Monk Endowed Scholarship Garrie Moore Outreach Endowed Scholarship Diane Murphrey “Make It Happen” Endowed Scholarship NAWIC - National Association of Women In Construction Roxanne Nelson Memorial Scholarship Timothy Oakley Endowed Scholarship Sandra Roberts Ott Memorial Scholarship PCC Foundation Employees’ Dependents Scholarship PCC Foundation General Scholarships PCC Foundation Scholarship for Academic Excellence PCC Institutional General Scholarships PCC Student Ambassadors Scholarships PCCAEOP Scholarship PCMH Volunteer Auxiliary Endowed Scholarship Karen Perry Memorial Endowed Scholarship Piggly-Wiggly Scholarship Pitt County Electrical Contractors Association (John Payne) Scholarship President’s Scholarship Dr. Michael Priddy Scholarship Professional Construction Estimators Association Endowed Scholarship William P. “Bill” Rice Memorial Endowed Scholarship Ricks Automotive Scholarship Kenneth R. & Phyllis P. Ross Endowed Scholarship Dr. Charles E. Russell Endowed Scholarship William H. Smith Memorial Endowed Scholarship William “Bill” Russell Spencer Oncology Scholarship Barbour Strickland Fine Arts Scholarship State Employees Credit Union Scholarship Sylvia Jones Taylor Nursing Endowment University Health Systems Endowed Scholarship U.N.X./NCATS Scholarship VISIONS Scholarships Joan Warren Memorial Endowed Scholarship Danny Williams HVAC Memorial Scholarship Pitt Community College Scholarships Baer Academic Endowed Scholarship Floyd & Hilda Boyce Nursing Endowed Scholarship James Brooks Scholarship Chick-fil-A Scholarship Philip Clark Scholarship Joseph Downing Endowed Scholarship Finch Scholarship Golden LEAF Foundation Scholarship Addie Gore Scholarship W.H. Howell Endowed Scholarship High Demand/Low Enrollment Scholarship Lloyd Huggins Memorial Scholarship Dale Leary Endowed Scholarship NC Education Lottery Scholarship PCMH Nursing Scholarship Peace Church Endowed Scholarship James J. & Mamie Richardson Perkins Endowed Scholarship Service Roofing Endowed Scholarship Beth Butler Smithwick Memorial Scholarship Van Nortwick Endowed Scholarship Vernon E. White Endowed Scholarship Wells Fargo Scholarship Winterville High School Class of 1943 Endowed Scholarship Danny Woods Memorial Endowed Scholarship 18 PCC FOUNDATION DONORS Circle of Excellence $10,000+ BB&T Parker & Becky H. Overton Kenneth Ray & Phyllis P. Ross Eddie & Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation Vidant Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary The PCC Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following donors for the 2011-2012 fiscal year. Rebecca N. Harris Mary Daughtry Heath Gene & Marsha P. Hemby Daniel Portia J. Hill Xudong Jin Michael V. & Gail W. Joyner Kurt K. & Nancy T. Kern Dr. Alfred S. & Betsy B. King Wooten Lamm James Howard & Ann Brown Land Betty R. Langston Donald (Donnie) E. & Karen Martin Lee Richard D. & Kay J. Lee Sandra L. Mathis Dave C. & Patti W. McRae Larry & Linda R. Messer Tabitha R. Miller Dustin T. & Pattie D. Mills Kathryn T. Minnick Adam G. & Bridget K. Mitchell Myedu Corporation Dan & Beth T. Nichols Richard (Rick) G. & Farrah H. Owens Bill & Rose Paramore Curt & Mary S. Paramore Jonathan & Maria A. Pharr Stephanie R. Posey Timothy D. & Sherri H. Randall Dr. William E. & Doris Rasberry Dr. Robert A. & Jon W. Shaw Merry Hines Smith Norris W. & Dorothy E. Smith, Jr. David M. & Carrie L. Terrian Graydon W. & Melba Rhue Tripp Charity J. Valentine Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation Randy R. & Anne W. Walters Michael & Diane O. Waters Lee A. & Jane Whealton, Jr. Stephen R. Whitlock Bryan J. Williamson Thomas V. & Pok Woolard, Jr. College Fellows $500 - $999 Richard Edward & Lee Martin Adams Alliance One International, Inc. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. American Legion Pitt County 39 William W. (Junior) & Laurie W. Bailey Guerry & Maggie Barbee Hilda P. Barrow Linda M. Boyd Kyle & Vera W. Braswell Dr. Ed B. Bright Jason S. Capps Bobby Lewis & Hope V. Clark Michael Wade Clendenen Dr. Bill Coco & Brooke McCray John R. Cooke CopyPro Dr. Paul & Sydney Cunningham Cathy Daniel Mary F. Daniel Ronald J. & Peggy C. Dunn Vernon W. & Joanne P. Dunn, Jr. E. R. Lewis Construction Co., Inc. Russell S. & Deborah B. Eaves James O. Ensor, Jr. Fanette H. Entzminger John Hughes Evans Tina L. Farmer Willard C. & Evelyn H. Finch Candace C. Frye Anthony W. Garner Charles E. & Tatjana E. Goodman III Grady White Boats, Inc. Elliot Greer Richard C. Grimes Michael W. & Dewey N. Grubb Leigh Warrick Gurley David W. & Elizabeth Woods Haddock Rev. Roger A. & Tommianne L. Haithcock Dr. Virginia D. Hardy, PhD Ray and Melinda S. Howard Derek & Emma W. Hunter James E. & Norma Jones Svetoslav Lalov & Velislava K. Karaivanova Donald M. & Michelle A. King Michael L. & Holly Lyn Knight Dr. William C. & Sharon Lee, Jr. Jeff & Lynn Vaughn Lee David T. & Karen M. Lemoine William R. (Bill) & Angela K. Lewis II Norman K. & Teresa B. Lilley David J. & Deborah K. Lusk Floyd Van & Katherine B. Madray, Jr. Daniel S. (Dan) & Sarah H. Mayo Marty Measamer Kimberly A. Mills Morgan Printers, Inc Will & Donna Vick Neal, Jr. Helen M. Parke Wendy Bly Perrini, OTR/L Foundation Leaders $5,000 - $9,999 Metrics, Inc. Robert T. & Suellen G. Monk, Jr. Marsha Taylor Williams Womack Electric & Supply Co. Presidentâ€™s Council $2,500 - $4,999 Clyn & Edna Barber Billy R. & Valerie T. Dunn Eleanor (Beth) S. Fulford Dr. Peter J. & Amy H. Kragel Minges Bottling Group The Clement Companies S.G. Wilkerson & Sons Stephen & Debra A. Premo Rudy Robinson Dr. Charles E. & Lorraine V. Russell Herman & Ursula Simon Chris & Ashley Dews Smith Kenneth W. & Ludie C. Smith Southern Bank Foundation Jasmin L. Spain Freida Elaine Spencer Burt & Pat B. Tripp Randy & Linda Lynn Tripp Walter G. Underwood Carol M. Walston Waters Carpet Center, Inc. Michael D. Weeks Melani R. Wells Charles M. & Kimberly F. Williamson WilMed Healthcare Foundation, Inc. WITN-TV 7 Honor Council $250 - $499 Tred & Rhonda Asher Burt & Nancy B. Aycock Allen & Wendy W. Ayscue Patricia Ann Baldwin Thomas L. & Debra J. Barrington Susan S. Basnight Noel Lang Baucom Eugene Bibb & Gretchen M. Baugh III Keith W. Bielby Brian D. Bothern Bobby G. & Marie H. Bright Drs. Austin & Wanda Bunch Kenneth E. & JoAnne K. Burgdorff Mitchell W. Butts Deborah Parker Cannon Danny & Jill Carraway Gary T. & Joanne T. Ceres Sharon G. Ceres Scott & Samantha S. Chauncey Thomas E. & Lora C. Clark Ruth S. Collier Susan D. Counterman Rickie A. & Roxanne W. Davenport Wayland & Elaine Denton Keith G. & Nicole S. Drury Wade G. & Susan M. Dudley Tommy T. & Marybeth P. Eason Susan Michelle Eckert Lisa B. Elmore Gary L. & Wendy S. Evans Jeff & Delores Evans Lonnie W. & Betty C. Foreman Betty G. Fulford Jean J. & Happy D. Gingras Bruce E. & Debby Hines Gray Andre B. & Andrea R. Gregory Peter Edward Gregory Lindsey R. & Jamison S. Griffin Pitt Society $1,000 - $2,499 Michael & Paige Aman Capt. Christopher Cash Foundation DAIRIAIR LLC Paul & Diana S. Davenport III Emily Monk Davidson Eastern Radiologists, Inc. Frankie & Edith Smith Edwards Robert (Robbie) B. & Jennifer F. Fulford, Jr. Furniture Fair Greater Greenville NC Chapter 335 of NAWIC Don Hicks & Mrs. Susan E. Everett Michael Patrick Hudson Hugo FWB Church Doug A. & Martha C. Jackson Kiwanis Club of Greenville Dr. G. Dennis & Chikako S. Massey Michael Allen & Susanne D. Mullis NC Farm Bureau James A. & Beth Nelson, Jr. Nickolas Bunn Boddie, Sr. & Lucy Mayo Boddie Foundation Dalton & Susan Quinn Nobles Pitt County American Legion Agriculture Fair, Inc. John B. & Judy A. Roberts Jeff & Mary J. Thompson Tony & Gina Tripp Todd Wade & Dr. Pamela T. Hilbert PCC Advocates $100 - $249 Grace Adele Kris & Angela R. Anderson Woody & Rita L. Andrews Ella Lanier Atkinson Pat Adams & Harold Bailey Gregory P. & Patricia G. Baldwin Clyn & Jennifer Barber III Mickey & Margaret A. Best Sarah Michal Bosse Connally & Svitlana Branch Dr. John T. & Nancy J. Bray Joe & Leslie P. Brittain R. Tildon & Becky B. Brittle Ricky D. Brown William & Jane Darden Brown 19 John R. & Kelsey Buck Tavondia W. Burdett Christopher L. & Linda Carol Burti, Jr. Bob & Gail Cadieux Capell’s Tire & Auto Thomas A. & Kathy Carnes David M. & Karen B. Carpenter Victoria (Vickie) Carr Danny & Jill A. Carraway Edwin W. & Faye T. Causey Dr. D. Greg & Knox Chadwick Dr. W. Randolph & Tammy Chitwood M. Wayne & Belinda Coates Vicki Gregory Coleman William T. Cooper, Jr. Marty & Laura Lynne Corbett Joe & Marianne K. Cox Sam & Gina Cavanaugh Cox Jim P. & Sylvia W. Craft, Jr. Thomas L. Craft, Jr. Judith Taylor Darden Delano C. & Gaynell B. Deans Larry C. & Sherry J. Dendy Ulla Britta S. Dittmar Don Brown’s Funeral Home Donald & Norma Dunn Cecelia T. Edge Jordan H. & Ginger F. Edwards Billy C. & Rose Marie Ellis Faith P. Fagan James & June M. Ficklen, Jr. Alvin & Kathy P. Frazier Bill & Mary Frentz James R. Fulghum Dr. Gregory A. & Karen G. Gagnon Jimmy F. & Carolyn A. Garris Lisa S. Gay Robert A Goldberg, Jr. Mary Kay Gooding Pamela Paige Gorham Larry Graham & Janet Mullaney Edwin & Betsy Gray Michael & Lisa Guacci Ronnie W. & Deborah Gurganus Emily Lu Harrington Don Hazelwood Frank M. & Jeane C. Hemingway William B. & Linda D. Hofler Annie G. Holder Hugo FWB Church Auxiliary John C. & Rosalie Jacobi Hutchens Todd & Denise C. Jefferson Chuck & Gay S. Jenkins Vandy B. & Cynthia H. Jernigan Titus & Heather D. Johnson III James Earl & Sherry Jones George J. & Judith G. Kasperek Marcia J. Lambert Greig S. & Beth Randalls Lane Vann Richard “Chip” Laughinghouse Hue Thi Le Ernis A. & Carla H. Lee Frank & Charlene Lee David & Betsy Leech Hugh & Linda C. Leighty Dan L. & Betty M. le Roux Alexander J. & Alice B. Lewis Eddie & Cindy R. Lewis Angelia Lightfoot Hilda Boyd & Buddy Little Monte F. & Deborah L. Little Charles E. & Jeanine S. Long Thomas C. & Melanie C. Lyons Shirley T. Mancuso Harold L. & Janet D. Manning, Jr. Mitch W. & Lou Jean Manning Norma E. Manning Tom K. & Cathy J. Marsh Charles C. & Joan L. Martin, Jr. James (Jim) E. Diane Duffus Martin, Sr. Richard & Marian N. McLawhorn Don & Boots Mills Joseph & Janet G. Mintern Timmy & Kelly Diane Moore Tony & Susan T. Moore Jack P. & Lydia J. Morgan, Jr. Glenn A. Morrison Kyle E. Murphy James L. & Sallie A. Naves Gregory H. Needham & Dr. Sarah Rose Mangum Lemuel (Larry) L. & Pamela (Pam) L. Padgett David & Dana Cole Parker Don & Helen Parrott Gayle C. Pate J. T. Perry Mark A. & LuAnne A. Phillips James Tim & Gail D. Pinkham Scott & Jane M. Power Michael D. Priddy & Susanne Sartelle James Ken Pridmore Jeffrey S. & Joy G. Ramey Raymond & Lois Reddrick William R. & Lisa M. Reichstein, Jr. Dr. Donald & Sara Beth Fulford Rhodes Darrell & Sherry Robinson Rev. Greg D. & Leslie D. Rogers Tony & Stephanie Manley Rook Douglas J. & Lisa P. Schrade Michael C. & Deborah B. Setzer Donnie E. & Sue O. Skinner Lynn A. Smith Vernon G. & Jessica F. Snyder III William E. & Karen W. Speight Donald R. Spell James V. & Marguerite C. Stephens Thomas & Torrey Stroud Jehu T. & Sally Taff Dr. Clyde (Ray) & Vickie Taylor Dan & Lisa Thomas Dewey M. & Rosie G. Thompson Mary F. Tyson Charles M. & Sandra D. Vincent Benjamin L. Ward Bruce E. & Robin K. Warrender Buddy & Janice Waters Shakeena E. White Alice C. Williams Linwood E. (Lit) & Glenda O. Woodard, Jr. Harvey S. Wooten Worth & Darlene Smith Worthington David W. & Tracey Manning Yarborough Friends of PCC Khalid Abdelfattah Patricia G. Adams Patricia Lynn Adams Jim & Ida P. Albright Bobby L. & Edith C. Allen Amber Elizabeth Anders Jaysen Clarke Arno Bryan Arp Matt Smith & Tammy J. Atchison Marenda Alice Huggins Ausbon Charles & Olive Austin Paige Baggett (Chuck) Charles W. & Linda K. Bagley Donnie & Gayle Baker Linda K. Bakley Glenn Baldwin, Jr. Henry V. & Cynthia F. Ballentine Jarrett G. & Lori B. Banks Wes Barnes William L. Bass, Jr. Gregory D. & Tammy L. Batten Edgar Bautista Sharon Beacham Brent B. & Ronda S. Bennett Andrea E. Bent Berkeley Veterinary Clinic Fred & Brenda Bertrand III Cameron Biddlecome Michael J. & Jessica P. Blake Taheera Nadiyah Blount Margaret (Meg) M. Boles Kristen S. Bonatz Yuliya P. Bowen James M. & Stephanie P. Bowers Jeff Boyd Amber Brewer Michael L. & Wendy Bridgers Brian Brown Mike & Nancy W. Brown Melonie T. Bryan Jennifer Cherry Bryant Amy E. Buck Martha G. Buck James L. & Catherine S. Bullock Nancy S. Bunch Virna Burris Frances C. Burroughs Charles Steven Camp Angela H. Campbell Jarvis Lee Campbell Larry & Sylvia Diane Cannon Charles A. & Vickie D. Carden, Jr. William S. & Ruth Ann Carson Concepcion Castillo David S. Cerino Heather Ann Chapel Charles & Yvette M. Eubanks Chauncey Shaler R. & Michelle T. Chewning James (Joe) Clark Jim & Louise Clement Angela D. Cline Scott & Tina Lynn Clinefelter Katherine B. Clyde Charles Cameron & Lori Coburn Charles Ray & Wanda S. Coburn Justin M. & Amy R. Cole Randy Collier Katherine Yopp Collins Brian & Kendall Arlene Commodore Ray & Jennifer King Congleton Evelyn T. Corbett Eleanor R. Corbin Angela Council Vernon & Rosalyn Cox Randall C. & Louise Z. Cranford Brent Everett & Suzanne Creech John & Donna S. Daigle, Jr. James L. & Frances Daugherty John M. & Sandra M. Daugherty Charles S. & Cathy S. Davenport S. Lawrence & Sara Davenport Damon T. & Tytishia P. Davis Lynn Dail Davis Rachel B. Davis Carolyn Renee Dawson William Brian & Heidi C. DeSoto William Alexander & Jennifer Natasha Devlin Kenneth K. & Libby Dews, Jr. Demetrus Dixon Angelene R. Dixon-Green Jason M. & Denise K. Donica Sheldon C. Downes Anthony J. Dunn Norman Dunn Martha J. Dwyer Alan T. & Jenny B. Edwards JoAnn L. Elkins Nancy W. Evans Timothy W. & Tamsey M. Evans John R. & Sharon Lynette Everett, Jr. Stephanie Fagan Kieran & Terri L. Finney William R. & Sarah J. Freelove James & Leatrice Freer Dewane D. & Pam H. Frutiger Gordon D. & Pell P. Fulp Lyudmila Galeyeva Cyndra H. Gasperini Timothy Tyler & Kim Gaylord Mark & Shelley Gentner Donna Lynn Gibbs Edward J. & Rachel Elizabeth Goode Melva (Lois) Banks Gray Patrick D. Greene Christi H. Griffin William C. & Paula S. Griffin, Jr. Jeff & Belinda (Sissy) L. Grubbs Oscar Gutierrez Ralph R. & Barbara J. Hall Richard W. & Joy E. Moses Hall Cynthia M. Hanson Randy Glenn & Diane B. Hardee Dr. Pal Hargittai & Dr. Katalin Szucs Nathaniel Steven Harrell Cecil & Margie R. Harris, Jr. David Harris Denisha G. Harris Leon & Judy H. Harris Lenora Charleston Harvey Carl A. & Lawanda B. Hazelton Raymond A. Heath, Jr. Frederic J. & Barbara E. Hebert Pam Herring Cara N. Herrington Sandra A. Hickman 20 Paige Hill William (Bill) M. & Donna A. Hill Mack & Stephanie S. Hinnant Cindy Hinton Duane T. & Valentina Spencer Holder Betty Lou Howard Joseph W. & Darlene H. Hunniecutt Dave & Michelle Hunt Sue Hunter Justin (Jay) Barrett Hyde Courtney D. Jackson Dean & Karen James Kalesha Y. James Victor E. & JoAnne J. James, Jr. Gregory W. & Stacy H. Jarrell Sue Jefferson Mark E. & Nancy Jesmer Margaret A. Johnson Rosemary Brown Johnson Albert L. & Theresa J. Jones Donna K. Jones Jennifer Garris Joyner Helen M. Kelley Yolanda Butler Keyes Jeffery A. & Pamela M. Kiefer Michael L. & Alison S. Knox George Koonce Betsy Kreeger Shirley P. Kuhn Lisa H. Lancaster Stewart Calhoun & Mary Jane LaNeave Gabriella Michelle Langley Roy C. Lanier Anthony J. & Katherine J. Larena J. Leroy & Tina M. Leep, Jr. Mack S. & Susan M. Leggett Jennifer B. Leigh Rudy & Connie Lloyd Melvin & Paula Triplett Loftin David Christopher & Meagan C. Luton Greg MacDaid Christopher Ashley Mann David George Manning Wanda Marlowe Kimberly F. Marriner Angela R. Martin Linda L. Mason Brandy R. Maxwell Joshua F. & Elisabeth T. May Maggie Nicole McCall Richard G. & Linda Marie M. McCarthy, Jr. Lynn E. McCormick-McDonald William Michael & Wanda Kay McCroskey Harvey & Michelle McCullough Louise Downing McGinty Debra P. McGowan Sydney A. & Althea E. McNairy Billy Lee & Shelly Merrill Eric C. & Allyson N. Meyer Ronda P. Meyer Brian P. & Jennifer M. Miller Joshua D. & Kathryn P. Milligan Angela M. Moore April L. Moore Cecilia Moore-Cobb Isaac D. & Jamelle G. Moore Robert Lawrence & Tammi Dennis Moore Rodney & Susan Broome Moore Bertha Ann Mooring Michael T. & Victoria A. Morris Whitney Danielle Morris Tim & Julie H. Moseley Dorothy C. Moye William (Billy) E. Mozingo, Sr. Joanna H. Myers Rajasekhar & Sujana M. Nekkanti Phil & Gail P. Nichols LaTonya Evans Nixon Sadie P. Oates Stuart Lamar Oliphant Todd A. & Regine B. Olson Kevin M. Paramore Lisa R. Pase Billy & Simone Pate Jimmy A. & Angela S. Peaden Aaron Penny Nicholas U. Perrini Joey & Terry B. Proctor Sandra C. Quinn Douglas L. & Theresa R. Rawls Julia Marie Ray Brenton J. & Amber O. Ream Rose M. Register Catherine Crooks Reynolds Michael A. & Lisa A. Rhead Michael & Tracy A. Riddle Roanoke River Partners Gregory E. Robison Kenton Douglas Ross Kelly Sue Rouse Greg W. & Donna B. Rowland Sonji Rowsom Ashley Roy Colleen E. Ryan Bonnie S. Sargent Charles E Saunders Robert H. & Judith C. Schosser Joseph L. & JoAnn Schuhbauer Betty A. Shaw Benjamin F. & Susan S. Shelton Eddie C. Sherrod Ralph E. & Jean H. Sherrod Thomas Aron & Ashley Newton Sierant, Jr. Larry & Mary Lee Smart Allen Coleman & Jenni Drew Smith Carole M. Smith Glenn & Tammy Smith Greg L. Smith Lara H. Smith Lisa Ann Smith Nathan H. & Anita L. Smith Roger & Angela R. Smith Roland A. Smith Wanda Manning Smith Daniel J. & S. Kay Sokolovic Louis D. Speight, Jr. Lawrence (Larry) S. 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Wooten Daniela Zemanek IN KIND DONORS Abram’s Barbecue Bailey’s Fine Jewelry Brrrberry Yogurt Bruegger’s Chick-fil-A Coca-Cola CVS Duplin Winery Fit for Life Grainger Hibbett Sports Hinnant’s Vineyards Impressions Intone Fitness Jersey Mike’s Krispy Kreme Lauteres Loreta’s Lowe’s/Jeld-Wen Lowes Foods Mainstreet Promotions McDonald’s MLB Marketing Minges Bottling Group Omega Sports Our State Magazine Overton’s PCC Alumni Association PCC Bulldog Cafe Pizza Inn Plankroad Robinson Jewelers RuckerJohns S&S Trailer & Container Rental Subway Texas Roadhouse The Daily Reflector The Fresh Market Vidant Medical Center Walgreens Wilco Hess WITN WNCT We sincerely regret any omission or incorrect listing of any donor’s name. Please contact the Foundation office at 252-493-7287 with any corrections. 21 Pitt Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate Degrees. 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