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Thinking About A New Career But Don’t Know Where to Start?

Thinking about a new career but don’t know where to start? Bladen Community College offers Workforce Continuing Education training for a wide variety of jobs in the community. A good example of Workforce Continuing Education training is the Client Service Training program.  This course is offered to prepare individuals to work in an entry-level position Read More

WGU North Carolina Signs Partnership Agreement with Bladen Community College

DUBLIN, N.C. (Jan. 12 , 2021) — WGU North Carolina, an affiliate of national online Western Governors University, has signed a partnership agreement with Bladen Community College. As part of the terms, BCC graduates will receive credit for their completed coursework and will be able to transfer seamlessly to WGU to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Read More

Bladen Community College Adds New Feature “ASK ATLAS” To Its Website

Bladen Community College is pleased to announce the launch of “Ask Atlas”, an interactive chatbot, to answer questions from prospective and current students about the admissions process, registration, financial aid and other common topics. Bladen Community College’s chatbot is named Atlas and is a friendly squirrel icon on the college’s website that collects information from Read More

Get Involved! Student Government Association (SGA) Elections Coming Up Soon

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Bladen Community College Student Government Association (SGA) elections are coming up soon. SGA is actively seeking new members to run for officer and senator positions for the 2021-2022 academic year.  For more information contact Crystal Dowd, Counselor & Student Activities Coordinator, at cdowd@bladencc.edu or phone 910.879.5620.  SGA Officers for 2020-2021 currently are Michael Dunbar, President; Read More

There is Still Time At Bladen Community College To Register For Eight Weeks Session

There’s still time to get started on college classes this spring with Bladen Community College. Apply now, enroll now and train now! The College is offering a spring mini- semester for eight (8) weeks where students have the opportunity to take classes and earn credit.  Classes start on March 15th .  The eight week classes Read More

Bladen Community College to host Virtual Information Session for FALL 2021 Career and College Promise Program

DUBLIN –On Monday, February 15th, at 6 PM, Bladen Community College will host a virtual information session, for the parents of rising 11th grade and 12th grade high school students, who are interested in applying to the Career and College Promise Program for the Fall 2021 semester. Due to COVID-19, this meeting will be held Read More

Bladen Community College trustee recognized by national ACCT – Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT)

DUBLIN – Bladen Community College Trustee Dennis Troy has been recognized by the Board of Directors of national Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) for his service and leadership. Mr. Troy has been a member of the national board of the ACCT for the last three years. Previously, he served for three years on the Read More

Methodist University and Bladen Community College Partnership Creates Clear and Easy Pathway for Transferring College Credit

Methodist University and Bladen Community College held a virtual signing Thursday as the presidents of each school, MU’s Dr. Stanley T. Wearden, and BCC’s Dr. Amanda Lee, signed a partnership agreement that makes transferring credits from Bladen Community College to Methodist’s four-year program much easier. Methodist University’s Provost, Dr. Suzanne Blum Malley and Associate VP Read More

Cape Fear Farm Credit donates $30,000 to Bladen Community College for the purpose of building a greenhouse.

Cape Fear Farm Credit (CFFC) partners with Bladen Community College to provide resources to build a greenhouse that will enhance agricultural programs and enrich the lives of those in the community. “This donation is going to provide a greenhouse for our students and for our community,” said Dr. Amanda Lee, Bladen Community College President. “It Read More

New Trustee Takes Oath of Office 

DUBLIN – Local attorney and community volunteer, Whitley Ward, has been appointed by Governor Cooper as a trustee for Bladen Community College. Ms. Ward took the oath of office at a recent Bladen Community College board of trustees meeting.   Bladen Community College board of trustees provide governance and oversight of the college. There are 12 members Read More

Bladen Community College Selects Ambassadors

DUBLIN – The Bladen Community College Foundation has selected four scholarship recipients to represent the college as Ambassadors. The new Ambassadors are:  Anthony Milano, Robin McDonald, Nicholas Norris, and Hannah Wheeless.   According to Linda Burney, Bladen Community College Foundation Director, the scholarships are  provided by gifts to the college through the foundation. To apply for Read More

Bladen Community College Releases Annual Review and Report to Community

Despite unforeseen and unprecedented challenges, this has been a year marked with great progress, new buildings, new programs and growth at Bladen Community College. The college released its annual review of the academic 2019-20 year and report to the community today in an email sent to community stakeholders, employees and students. The College invites you Read More

Buildings Named After Past Presidents at Bladen Community College

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Dublin, NC – For more than five decades, Bladen Community College has transformed lives and opened doors for thousands of people in Bladen County and surrounding communities. Bladen Community College has provided strong foundations to students transferring to universities, and it has helped the unemployed move into new careers. The college has built a beautiful Read More

Bladen Community College receives GEER funding for student scholarships

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DUBLIN – Bladen Community College recently received over $93,000 through the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund (GEER) as part of an effort to help North Carolina and local communities recover from the economic turmoil that COVID-19 created. According to Bladen Community College President, Dr. Amanda Lee, the college is using its GEER allotment to provide Read More

Sunset & Vine draws strong support

ELIZABETHTOWN — Sweet wine was from the vines. Smiles and the gentle conversation was fellowship around the college. Brought together for a successful philanthropic evening, a couple hundred poured through Sunset & Vine in the twilight of a resplendent fall evening on Thursday at Lu Mil Vineyard. Friends of the Bladen Community College Foundation dined Read More

Bladen Community College Educates and Trains Essential Workers

Each year, Bladen Community College educates and trains hundreds of nurses, first responders, law enforcement officers, childcare workers, and others, preparing them for careers as vital service providers in our community. Now, in the light of the coronavirus pandemic, these professionals are even in higher demand as the “essential workers” they are – critical to Read More

Upcoming Nursing Virtual Orientation – July 16th at 6pm

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Each year, the Bladen Community College nursing department hosts four nursing program information sessions for potential applicants for the traditional Practical Nursing and Associate Degree Nursing programs.  Scheduled dates are published in the admission criteria for these programs, which may be found at https://www.bladencc.edu/web/wpc/uploads/Admission-Criteria-2020-2021-Traditional-PN-ADN.pdf The information session is not mandatory for potential nursing program applicants, Read More

A look back at the 2020 Virtual Graduation Celebration

On Friday, June 26, 2020, Bladen Community College hosted its first, virtual graduation ceremony honoring its Class of 2020.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the traditional ceremony was canceled. Many elements of a traditional graduation were included with Chad Porter, a nationally renowned motivational speaker and author with local ties, as the featured guest speaker Read More

CCP Has Continued Success at Bladen Community College

The Bladen Community College Career and College Promise Program (CCP) continues to successfully prepare local high school students for university environments with up to two years of college credits and a sampling of college rigors. Thirty-eight (38 )students in the CCP program graduated in 2019-2020 with a two-year associate degree in addition to graduating high school. Read More

Bladen Community College Announces Awards for Educational Excellence

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As the spring semester has ended, it is customary for students from North Carolina’s 58 community colleges to be nominated and receive awards for educational excellence. At Bladen Community College, we recognize these students at our Student Awards Ceremony which unfortunately was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of those awards traditionally announced at Read More