College of The Albemarle is close to naming a new executive director of the COA Foundation, President Robert Wynegar told the Foundation Board of Directors Tuesday.
It was not by accident that College of The Albemarle’s spring break last week coincided with the holiday break at area school districts.
College of The Albemarle nursing students can be both Dolphins and Pirates.
College of The Albemarle students got a chance Thursday to learn more about both employment opportunities and four-year degree options during the College Transfer and Career Expo held on the Elizabeth City campus.
Tekoa Jones, 23, picked up a couple of job applications at the expo, which was held…
Depending on what happens in June, College of The Albemarle may be able to start its new agriculture curriculum next fall after all.
COA officials indicated last month that the 2019-20 school year likely would be the earliest the community college could launch a planned agribusiness program…
College of The Albemarle’s first-ever Fulbright Scholar is hoping his upcoming trip to Russia not only increases his understanding of higher education in that country, but leads to opportunities for other COA faculty and students to travel there as well.
Despite high hopes for a fall 2018 launch of its planned agribusiness curriculum, College of The Albemarle will have to wait another year before beginning the two-year program.
The COA Board of Trustees voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the agribusiness associate of science program and to…
Limited space has prompted College of The Albemarle to delay relocating its heating, ventilation and air conditioning program to Elizabeth City.
The days of the former president’s residence at College of The Albemarle appear to be numbered.
Students and visitors could have an easier time finding their way around College of The Albemarle’s main campus in Elizabeth City by this time next year if plans for new directional signs work out.
Joe Turner, COA’s chief operations officer, said if the college’s Board of Trustees…