Students fill open house at SCC


Darell Matthews, Division Chair of Business and Occupational Technologies at Sampson Community College, explains programs to many of the future SCC students who turned out for this week’s Open House event at the college. The event became very popular when dozens of visitors were lined up at the doors before it started last year and that popularity spilled over to this year when potential students lined the Warren Student Center walls to gather information on admission procedures, program descriptions and financial aid information for those seeking to continue their education.


Darell Matthews, Division Chair of Business and Occupational Technologies at Sampson Community College, explains programs to many of the future SCC students who turned out for this week’s Open House event at the college. The event became very popular when dozens of visitors were lined up at the doors before it started last year and that popularity spilled over to this year when potential students lined the Warren Student Center walls to gather information on admission procedures, program descriptions and financial aid information for those seeking to continue their education.

Darell Matthews, Division Chair of Business and Occupational Technologies at Sampson Community College, explains programs to many of the future SCC students who turned out for this week’s Open House event at the college. The event became very popular when dozens of visitors were lined up at the doors before it started last year and that popularity spilled over to this year when potential students lined the Warren Student Center walls to gather information on admission procedures, program descriptions and financial aid information for those seeking to continue their education.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_darrell.jpgDarell Matthews, Division Chair of Business and Occupational Technologies at Sampson Community College, explains programs to many of the future SCC students who turned out for this week’s Open House event at the college. The event became very popular when dozens of visitors were lined up at the doors before it started last year and that popularity spilled over to this year when potential students lined the Warren Student Center walls to gather information on admission procedures, program descriptions and financial aid information for those seeking to continue their education.
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