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  • 01/16/2020

    Spring Semester Update

    Please note the below updates as we complete our first week of Spring Semester in our new ESCC Academic Building: Registration has been extended through Friday, January 17th. ESCC will be closed for the MLK Holiday on Monday, January 20th. Student Services Hours as of Tuesday, January 21st will be Monday- Thursday 8:00am-6:00pm, and Fridays, …

  • 01/15/2020

    ESCC Foundation Oyster Roast Tickets Going Fast

    BUY TICKETS ! Friday January 31st, the Eastern Shore Community College Foundation presents an Eastern Shore Oyster Roast, featuring local oysters, clams, clam chowder, barbecue & sides, local beers, soda, wine, and more.  Tickets are $60 each. Proceeds from this event fund ESCC Foundation’s scholarships and support efforts for local students. The event starts at …

  • 01/13/2020

    2020 Heritage Celebration Vendor Registration Underway

    The 2020 ESCC Heritage Celebration has been announced for Saturday, February 29th, from 10:00am-3:00pm. The event is in it’s 19th year and continues to celebrate all things “Eastern Shore”. Free vendor spaces are available and complete details and registration information is downloadable below. Contact Bill LeCato (wlecato@es.vccs.edu) for more information or call 757-789-1797. 2020 Event …

  • 12/22/2019

    New Academic Building Ready for Semester

    Eastern Shore Community College launches the Spring 2020 Semester on Monday, January 13th in their brand new Academic Building. While some work will continue in coming weeks, the facility is ready to welcome students back to utilize the new state of the art learning environment. Registration for the Spring Semester continues online through Sunday, January …

  • 12/19/2019

    ESCC Online Bookstore debuts for Spring Semester

    Eastern Shore Community College is now incorporating a new online bookstore experience for their students beginning with the Spring 2020 Semester that starts on January 13th in the new ESCC Academic Building. January 6th, the college will reopen with limited access to the new facility, providing services from the Business Office, Student Services, and Support …

  • 12/13/2019

    Governor Unveils Tuition-Free Program

    Governor Ralph Northam has announced his proposed budget will include $145 million over the biennium to make tuition-free community college available to low- and middle-income students who pursue jobs in high-demand fields. The Governor’s “Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back” initiative, or “G3” program, will provide financial support to cover tuition, fees, and books …

  • 12/11/2019

    ESCC Extends Payment Deadline For Spring Classes

    The deadline for Spring Semester 2020 Class payments has been extended to Monday, January 6th at 6:00pm. Please note that the Business Office will be open in its current location through Thursday 12/19/19 at 5:00pm. The Business Office will open in the new Academic Building on Monday, January 6th at 8:00am and will be open …

  • 12/06/2019

    Chancellor’s Team Visits New ESCC Building

    Eastern Shore Community College welcomed VCCS Chancellor Glenn DuBois to its Melfa campus on Tuesday, December 3rd.   Accompanied by four of his senior staff and a VCCS Board member as well as two members of the ESCC Advisory Board, the Chancellor enjoyed a tour of the new ESCC Academic Building which opens for the Spring …

  • 11/24/2019

    Medical Scribe Apprentice Course Coming in 2020

    Eastern Shore Community College Workforce Development Services has been approved to offer the Apprentice Medical Scribe Program, and is happy to announce the first class will begin February 4th, 2020. For those looking to enter the Health Professional field, or to expand their existing medical professional knowledge base, Medical Scribe certification is a great option.  …

  • 11/22/2019

    ESCC To Offer AAS Technical Studies Degree

    Eastern Shore Community College has announced the Associate of Applied Science in Technical Studies Degree. With an efficient use of existing credits, students can find more cohesion between skills and college degrees, not having to opt for one or the other. The primary goal of this program is to increase student success and completion by …