This year marks the 45th anniversary of Nash Community College.
At its inception in 1967, the college served fewer than 2,000 students. Over the years, the institution has evolved to meet the educational requirements of our community.
Today, the college serves more than 13,000 students each year through 84 educational programs and occupational courses.
Voting early (from April 19 through May 5) or voting on May 8, registered Nash County voters will have a choice to show their support for our community college by voting “yes” for the community college bond referendum.
The bond will be used to construct and equip a continuing education and public services building. This building is needed to meet current and future enrollment growth needs for the students who are choosing Nash Community College as they prepare for meaningful careers.
The college has a responsibility to evolve with the changing and expanding needs, as well as the demands of public safety agencies, the workforce, industry and individuals seeking a quality education.
The community continues to demonstrate its support by participating in the educational opportunities for transfer, training or community services.
As chairman of the Nash Community College Board of Trustees, I, along with each board member, appreciate your support of the bond referendum by voting “yes,” and we thank you for choosing Nash Community College.
Board of Trustees
Nash Community College