College of The Albemarle is keeping Kennon Briggs aboard as a part-time consultant.
Briggs served as interim president at COA from the first week of January through Thursday of last week.
That’s when Robert Wynegar, recently hired as the college's 10th president, began his tenure.
Supporters of the College of The Albemarle Foundation heard some of the stories behind the numbers Thursday night at the annual Community Partner Appreciation Dinner.
The COA Foundation held the event to celebrate 45 community partners and their support for scholarships and other COA programs.…
College of The Albemarle President Robert Wynegar started his tenure as president Monday by doing something he has said will be characteristic of his administrative style – getting to know people.
A long-running lawsuit by a former College of The Albemarle executive against COA and former COA President Kandi Deitemeyer apparently came to a swift end recently, with a federal judge dismissing the former executive’s claims.
Since 2014, Dalutha Joseph has been a fixture in the computer lab at College of The Albemarle, where she could be found practicing her reading skills and completing writing assignments four days a week.
College of The Albemarle Foundation celebrated Thursday the support of more than 200 students who benefited from more than $266,000 in scholarship aid during the past year.
EDENTON — Supporters of College of The Albemarle's Edenton-Chowan Campus have high expectations for a planned agriculture program to grow enrollment at the struggling campus.
College of The Albemarle is asking Pasquotank County commissioners for 20 percent more funding than the community college received from the county last year.
On Monday, COA interim President Kennon Briggs presented commissioners with COA’s 2017-18 local budget request. The request totals $2.…
Leaders at Mid-Atlantic Christian University and College of The Albemarle recently signed a transfer agreement enabling students who earn an associate of science degree at COA to transition seamlessly into biology and science education degree programs at MACU.
Declining enrollment is costing College of The Albemarle’s Edenton-Chowan Campus more than $200,000 a year in state appropriations, COA’s interim president said Tuesday.