Nursing student Faith Schofield’s advice to students is: “Don’t wait until the last minute to study. The sooner you start, the better off you’ll be.” This advice must work for Faith, as she was inducted… Read more

Tiffany Stocum explains how the Continuing Education College & Career Readiness High School Equivalency program helped her on her way to become a nurse.

After graduating from North Moore High School, Portia Clark worked in the private sector before coming to Sandhills 33 years ago. She and her husband, Terry, had one of the first weddings in the Sandhills… Read more

When asked to describe her typical day, Elizabeth “Libba” Thomas laughs, “ I never have one! I may have plans, but more pressing matters often thwart them, or I am pulled away to help students… Read more

Melissa Sherman is a perfect example of how participating in the Student Work Study program pays off. Beginning as a Work Study in the Marketing Department, Melissa later worked in the Admissions office and the… Read more

Another Work-Study student the Business Department nabbed as a part-time Cashier is Stephanie Lang. She went on to work as an Accounts Receivable Specialist and is now the Manager of Student Accounts. Stephanie received an… Read more

If Joe Brown’s wife can’t sleep, what does she say? “Darling, tell me about your day at work.” Spreadsheets, crunching numbers, budgeting, accounting, and tedious meetings are not for everyone, but Joe Brown loves his… Read more

Just ask Katie du Pont, being able to take a walk through the Sandhills Horticultural Gardens during lunchtime is one of the most enjoyable perks of working at the college. Katie does so on a… Read more

Ask anyone who works at Sandhills who is the college’s biggest Elvis fan and they will surely tell you Marla Goodwin. Marla’s office is filled with some of the Elvis memorabilia she has collected over… 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