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NEWS

June 2015


  • 06/12/2015

    ESCC Announces Spring 2015 Honor Roll

    Category: Students

    Melfa, VA — Eastern Shore Community College recognizes the following students for their academic achievement during the spring 2015 semester. President’s List (students enrolled in six or more credits with a grade-point average of 3.80 or higher) – Yulanda Allen, Kalyn Allums, Krystle Archuleta, Shernequa Bailey, Vincent Bailey, Jason Bennett, Collin Brown, Danielle Brown, Jaclyn …

  • 06/09/2015

    2015 Commencement Ceremony

    Category: Students

    Melfa, VA – The forty-fourth Annual Eastern Shore Community College Commencement Ceremony was held Friday, May 15, on the college lawn. Two student members of the ESCC All Christians Together in Service (ACTS) group, Colbourne Tyson and Brittany Saunders, offered the invocation and benediction.  The Commencement Marshal was Jerry Fluharty, Associate Professor of Mathematics, who …

  • 06/09/2015

    27th Annual H.B. Rew Golf Tournament

    The ESCC Foundation announces the 27th Annual H.B. Rew, Jr., Charity Golf tournament to benefit the ESCC Foundation.  This event will be held at Eastern Shore Yacht and Country Club, with lunch beginning at 11:00 followed by a shotgun start at 1:00.  See the forms below or contact Eve Belote at 757.789.1767 or ebelote@es.vccs.edu for more …

  • 06/05/2015

    Career Night Out and Women in Technology Held at College

    Melfa, VA — When it comes to planning for college and career there are lots of options and decisions to be made. Students interested in learning more about exciting careers in science, technology, engineering, and math, attended the Career Night Out and Women in Technology Expo held at Eastern Shore Community College Tuesday, April 28.  …

  • 06/03/2015

    2015 Science Fair Winners Announced

    Category: Community

    Melfa, VA — Robin Rich-Coates, Associate Professor of Biology/Chemistry at Eastern Shore Community College, has announced the names of the winners of the college’s annual science fair held Saturday, April 25. The Fair is designed to give kindergarten through twelfth grade students the opportunity to feature exhibits of projects, working models, or other visual presentations …