Month: November 2018

Sandhills Community College celebrated the opening of the Frick Innovation and Technology Center in Van Dusen Hall on Wednesday, November 28 with recognitions and acknowledgements, a ribbon-cutting, and a visit to the rooms. Speaking were Read more

Ask anyone who works at the college who is one of their most favorite people, and they are sure to say Rachel Gagliardi. They proved it in 2016 by voting her the recipient of the Read more

The Women of Weymouth and the Katharine L. Boyd Library at Sandhills Community College invite children and their parent or other adult to “Weymouth Teddy Bear Tea” on Sunday, December 9 from 3:30-5:50 p.m. at Read more

The Sandhills Community College Music Department’s annual Holiday Concert will be on Sunday, December 9 at 4 pm. Due to the remodeling of Owens Auditorium, the concert will be held in the Bradshaw Activities Center Read more

Hannah Bullen wasn’t exactly sure which career she wanted to pursue when she began at Sandhills but decided to study Business Administration because “almost everything involves a business,” she said. Hannah likes learning about the Read more

Four Seagrove potters are featured in the exhibit in Hastings Gallery in the Boyd Library at Sandhills Community College through Thursday, November 29. The exhibit is an annual collaboration between the Northern Moore Family Resource Read more

At least 936 sleepovers. For the past 18 years, Pam Taylor’s granddaughter has spent at least one weekend night with her since her birth. She is also involved in the lives of her other four Read more

“I have always liked being a part of something good, on a winning team,” remarked Royilyn Derr. “And one of the best teams I have ever been involved with is the Business Department at Sandhills.” Read more

The Sandhills Community College English and Humanities Department and Holocaust class are hosting author J.C. Boone on Tuesday, November 27 at 11 a.m. in Clement Dining Room. The public is invited to attend, and there Read more

The Sandhills Community College Health and Fitness Science program recently formed a 2+2 Transfer Articulation Agreement with Appalachian State University in Boone, NC whereby students can take the first two years of the degree program Read more