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A portion of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF III) made available to Bladen Community College by the American Rescue Plan (ARP) will be awarded to all students enrolled during the Spring 2022 academic term. This includes students enrolled in specific Economic and Workforce Development classes and high school programs! Direct student payments will Read More

BCC Invites the Public to Participate in 9/11 Memorial Campus Walk

9/11 Commemoration

Bladen Community College will observe the 20th anniversary of 9/11 by inviting the public to participate in a special, commemorative walk thorough out its campus. The two-mile walking path, a reflective and informative one that will include significant facts displays about 9/11, begins at the flagpole in front of the Page Student Resources Center, winds Read More


A portion of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II) made available to Bladen Community College by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA) will be awarded to all students enrolled during the Fall 2021 academic term. This includes students enrolled in specific Economic and Workforce Development classes and high school Read More

Chad Porter, renowned speaker and author, to be at on campus event

Chad Porter, nationally renowned speaker and author, will be the key note speaker again this year in Bladen Community College’s virtual graduation video but will also be on campus at the celebration event to be held Friday, May 14th from 6pm until 8pm.  Chad will be greeting graduates and available to autograph his book Severed Read More

From the President’s Desk – April 2021

It’s been quite a year since Bladen Community College made the announcement to transition to online learning.  Last spring, none of us knew that the COVID-19 pandemic would impact our lives to such a degree and create so many changes. Thanks to the discipline and resilience of our students, faculty, and staff, learning never stopped.  Read More

APRIL – National Poetry Month Observed By Bladen Community College

Launched by the Academy of American Poets in April 1996, National Poetry Month reminds the public that poets have an integral role to play in our culture and that poetry matters. Over the years, it has become the largest literary celebration in the world, with tens of millions of readers, students, teachers, librarians, booksellers, literary Read More

BCC STRONG! We are vaccinated!

Bladen Community College nursing students and faculty have been volunteering their time at Cape Fear Valley Health System -Bladen County Hospital vaccination clinic since Jan. 11. The vaccination clinic is mutually beneficial to the college and the community. Nursing students have not been able to go through their normal clinical placements because of restrictions in Read More

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 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

CARES Act Information


Bladen Community College / CARES Act Funding for Student Aid Federal Emergency grant funds are now available for Bladen Community College (BCC) students who meet eligibility requirements and may have experienced certain financial hardships due to the COVID-19 disruption. These funds are established through a provision in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Read More

Message from BCC President to the Class of 2020

BCC Pres Dr. Lee

Dear Class of 2020,   Congratulations!  I am so proud of you and your accomplishments! As this is such a significant milestone and one that we want to share with you, we have made alternative plans for our graduation ceremony.  This email is your invitation to attend our first ever virtual graduation ceremony.  We will Read More

Yellow Ribbons Everywhere at Bladen Community College


Bladen Community College is adopting a new custom of tying yellow ribbons to prominent spaces on its campus as an expression of its commitment to a warm, safe welcome to students upon return after the COVID-19 state of emergency has ended. The yellow ribbon has long been a symbol of support for absent or missing Read More