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May 24, 2018

Col­lege of The Albe­marle will be­gin reg­is­ter­ing stu­dents next month for its new agribusi­ness tech­nol­ogy de­gree pro­gram af­ter the program won ap­proval from both state and ac­cred­it­ing officials.

The seven-county…


May 12, 2018

College of The Albemarle has obtained five letters of support for the agribusiness program slated to start with the 2019-20 school year.

COA President Robert Wynegar told the college’s Board of Trustees at its meeting last month that the State Office of Community Colleges had requested…


May 10, 2018

College of The Albemarle conferred a combined 379 degrees and diplomas on 356 graduates at its 55th Spring Commencement Wednesday evening.

The event, held in the newly renovated Performing Arts Center on the college’s main campus in Elizabeth City, also included the presentation of the…

COA Graduation 2018

April 23, 2018

College of The Albemarle isn't asking Pasquotank County for more money this year, though it is asking the county to continue its $500,000-a-year commitment to catch up on a backlog of maintenance projects at the community college.

April 18, 2018

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.


April 10, 2018

It was not by accident that College of The Albemarle’s spring break last week coincided with the holiday break at area school districts.

March 26, 2018

College of The Albemarle nursing students can be both Dolphins and Pirates.

March 23, 2018

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…


March 22, 2018

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…

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