KENANSVILLE — New and returning students at James Sprunt Community College officially began classes Monday, Aug. 20.
“James Sprunt is excited to begin a new academic year and the college looks forward to a great fall semester. We particularly welcome students who have completed new student orientation and are attending the College for the first time,” said Dr. Lawrence L. Rouse, JSCC president.
According to Toney Bond, vice president of Student Services, “The tremendous commitment and dedication by our staff and faculty employees have proven very instrumental during this year’s registration process.”
The college registered 1,591 students for the fall 2012 semester as compared to 1, 563 during the fall 2011 semester. James Sprunt Community has maintained its enrollment level despite anticipated enrollment drops at many N.C. community colleges.
James Sprunt is an open-enrollment, comprehensive community college located in Kenansville offering 2-year degrees, college transfer programs, diplomas, certificates, and a wide variety of continuing education programs.