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HAMLET— While Mount Vernon Nazarene University is located in Ohio, all classes for the Bachelor of Social Work can be completed online, and the required field work can be completed anywhere. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College continues to expand its co-admission agreements with four-year colleges and universities. College leaders recently traveled to Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs to sign off on "Bulldog Bound," a direct-entry admission program.

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HAMLET — Richmond Early College High School student Lauren Humann of Rockingham is about to wrap up her time at Richmond Community College with an associate degree and will be heading to East Carolina University this fall.

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HAMLET — Earning a college degree was always in the cards for first-generation college student, Dawson Leviner, but deciding exactly what educational journey he would pursue began during his junior year at Richmond Senior High School. 

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HAMLET — Gretchen Martin is a homegrown teacher.

It’s for people like her why Richmond Community College and UNC Pembroke forged the schools’ latest agreement.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College invites you to start "Playing the Admission Game" on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at an event that will tackle the topic of getting admitted to the college of your choice.

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HAMLET — Transferring to NC State University just got easier for Richmond Community College students thanks to a new dual admission program. NC State has added RichmondCC as a partner in NC State’s Community College Collaboration.

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HAMLET — Amber Daniels, of Hamlet, earned her Accounting degree from RichmondCC in 2015 and a Business Administration degree and Bookkeeper Certificate in 2016. Currently, she is employed with Anson County Government as the assistant finance officer.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College has signed on to a unique co-admissions program with the University of North Carolina-Greensboro to help RichmondCC students move seamlessly into bachelor degree programs.

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HAMLET — A new agreement between Richmond Community College and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke will be “life-changing for the people in our county,” according to RCC President Dr. Dale McInnis.

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