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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

On Thursday, February 28 from 3-5 pm, the public is invited to an opening art exhibit reception and Artist’s Talk in the Hastings Gallery at Boyd Library at Sandhills Community College. Barbara Campbell Thomas’ exhibit, Jubilee,… 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.

Each year Sandhills Community College celebrates Black History Month with several special programs. The community is invited to attend these events. On February 18 Rev. Matthew Walden will be honoring the legacy of his late… Read more

The definition of Wabi-Sabi, the ‘Beauty of Imperfection’, can be present or designed and created in your home garden. Many aspects of a garden may already display this concept and should first be recognized and… Read more

“What better gift could you give a parent or friend than the opportunity to learn a new hobby, a new skill, or perhaps a new language?” says Andi Korte, vice president of Continuing Education and… Read more

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

Now that the holidays are over, it could be the time to look into Continuing Education classes at Sandhills Community College. Beginning in February, the Technology Training division of Continuing Education will offer classes in… Read more

It may be the middle of winter but don’t let the cold, wet weather cause you to hunker down and stay indoors. Branch out and come to Sandhills Community College to challenge yourself with a… Read more

    The College and Career Readiness division of Continuing Education at Sandhills Community College recently inducted students into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS). Those recognized on January 15 were Irma Colon Escute,… Read more