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October 08, 2017

HERTFORD — Usually any contest that features smooching a pig as its top prize isn’t likely to get many takers.



October 06, 2017

A College of The Albemarle committee that reviews curriculum offerings at the college has backed a plan by the Health Sciences Department to seek state approval for an associate degree program in emergency medical sciences.


October 05, 2017

A committee reviewing possible uses for the former presidential residence at College of The Albemarle has identified three options, including demolition.

COA President Robert Wynegar told a committee of the college’s Board of Trustees last week that proposals for using the structure had…


October 02, 2017

College of The Albemarle officials are hoping to begin construction in December on the college’s long-awaited library renovation.


September 05, 2017

College of The Albemarle is responding to the increased demand for online learning options by offering a number of distance education courses that allow students to take classes from home, work or anywhere with an internet connection.

Online courses at COA are offered through myCourses, a learning…

August 24, 2017

What should College of The Albemarle do with its canal-front home now that it’s no longer being used as a residence for COA’s president? 


August 21, 2017

For the third time in four years, graduates of College of The Albemarle’s associate degree nursing program had a 100-percent passing rate on the state’s registered nurse licensure exam.

At COA’s Board of Trustees meeting last week college officials celebrated the recent…


August 17, 2017

College of The Albemarle students started classes for the fall semester Wednesday amid a number of facility-related changes on the Elizabeth City campus.

One big change is the opening of the new Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Early College High School, which is housed on the second floor of Building C.…


August 17, 2017

Fall enrollment at College of The Albemarle is up from last year, with a surge in the number of high school students taking college courses at COA offsetting a slight decline in the number of traditional community college students.

The information was part of a report presented to the COA Board of…

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August 06, 2017

An administrator at N.C. State University believes College of The Albemarle is on track to put together an agriculture curriculum that could help students either transfer to the university or go directly into the workforce.

John Dole, assistant dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences…

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