Message from the President

President of Nash Community College deliver speech to graduating students.Welcome to Nash Community College – an incredible institution of higher education that is committed to student success. NCC provides comprehensive programs designed to maximize student learning and achievement and position graduates for lifelong growth.

Nash Community College is a place where students from all walks of life come to expand their opportunities through academic, cultural, and social experiences. As a first-choice college, we take pride in supporting students both inside and outside of the classroom.

Our students experience a welcoming team of faculty and staff engaged in professional learning opportunities and working in tandem with community partners to offer relevant training for real-world careers. We work hard to maintain modern facilities, state-of-the-art technology, and equipment, and apply operational best practices in all areas of campus.

NCC alumni are involved in award-winning scholarship, international research, and rewarding careers making a difference in the greater community every day.

Whether your goal is to prepare for university transfer or enter the workforce, we are glad you’re here. You are making the right decision to select a college environment known for being student ready.

I am truly fortunate to be able to lead NCC into the future following four previous presidents who have shaped the campus into an incredible community college.

Regards,
Lew K. Hunnicutt, Ph.D.

Message from the Board Chair

It has been an interesting year for all as the world returned to work and school following the Pandemic. Becoming acclimated to the real world again has proven to be difficult for many; however, Nash Community College has not only persevered but has thrived. 

Nash Community College’s graduates become our community’s manufacturing, healthcare, public safety, hospitality, and small business professionals, as well as serve our community in a variety of other ways. 

By living and working in the Twin Counties, these highly trained and specialized employees contribute significantly to the local economic development and quality of life we enjoy. 

Having served on the Board of Trustees for many years, I have witnessed the impact NCC has on the regional workforce. This impact continues to grow in leaps and bounds. I am proud to be part of the governing body of an institution that serves the needs of our community with distinction.

Since 1967, NCC has grown strategically in its programs, student enrollment, and campus facilities in order to meet the developing needs of the community. The Board continues its commitment to guiding the college and securing the resources for programs and services to support NCC’s mission.

We are fortunate to live in a community that appreciates the importance of the community college and supports its growth. The value NCC alumni have provided to the economic prosperity and the betterment of our community will be realized for generations.

Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,
Katherine Wiggins Fisher
2022-2023 Chair – Nash Community College Board of Trustees

2022-2023 Board of Trustees

Katherine Wiggins Fisher
Chair, Rocky Mount

William M. Marshburn
Rocky Mount

James A. Mercer
Vice Chair, Nashville

James T. Martin
Rocky Mount

Natalie Brooks
Nashville

J. Wayne Outlaw
Rocky Mount

Samuel Dickens, III
Rocky Mount

Russell L. Proctor, III
Rocky Mount

C.E. (Sonny) Foster
Rocky Mount

Damian L. Tucker
Dortches

Robbie Green
Rocky Mount

Justin Joyner
Student Government Association President

Paul S. Jaber
Rocky Mount

Senior Leadership Team

Lew Hunnicutt

Lew Hunnicutt, Ph.D.

President
Building: Business & Industry Center
Room: 1100
Phone: 252-451-8221
Pamela Ballew

Pamela Ballew

Vice President, Advancement & NCC Foundation Executive Director
Building: Business & Industry Center
Room: 1209
Phone: 252-451-8329
Adrienne Covington

Adrienne Covington

Vice President, Finance & Chief Finance Officer
Building: Business & Industry Center
Room: 1107
Phone: 252-451-8240
Wendy Marlow

Wendy Marlowe

Vice President of Continuing Education and Economic/Workforce Development
Building: Continuing Education
Room: 8229
Phone: 252-451-8243
Jay Sullivan

Jay Sullivan, Ph.D.

Provost/Chief Academic Officer/Chief Student Development Officer
Building: Building A
Room: 2023
Phone: 252-451-8372
Jonathan Vester

Jonathan Vester, Ed.D.

Vice President Technology/CIO
Building: Building A
Room: 2223
Phone: 252-451-8364