DUBLIN – In September, BCC will welcome 1,232 students for the fall semester. While the enrollment trend among the 58 community colleges in the North Carolina Community College System has been declining slightly, Bladen Community College remains strong and consistent.
A record-breaking 276 high school students have enrolled for fall classes. With the Career and College Pathways Program, high school students can complete college credits while still in high school.
“We have an excellent collaborative relationship with the public school system,” explains Barry Priest, Vice President of Student Services.
BCC maintains a positive and proactive outreach into the community. With classes on both the Dublin and East Arcadia campuses, the college is committed to providing a way for men and women to get the educational opportunities they need.
For information about classes at Bladen Community College, call 910 879-5500 and speak with a counselor, or visit www.bladencc.edu.