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CCCC launches College Success Center

06.12.2013College & CommunityCollege GeneralCurriculum Programs

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CCCC launches College Success Center

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Spencer Bridges (front), of Sanford, a Central Carolina Community College Business Administration major, works with Torry Reynolds, lead success coach, at the college's new College Success Center. The college piloted the program during the spring semester and CCCC will now offer College Success Center services to students at its campuses in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties. Seven success coaches, in partnership with faculty and staff, will work proactively with students to improve their success in course completion and graduation. The College Success Center is located in the Hockaday Hall at the Lee County Campus, in Sanford; in the Miriello Building at the Harnett County Campus, in Lillington; and in the Health/Continuing Education Building at the Chatham County Campus, in Pittsboro. For more information about the College Success Center and its programs, go to or contact the Center at 919-775-5401, extension 7485.

CCCC launches College Success Center

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Spencer Bridges (front), of Sanford, a Central Carolina Community College Business Administration major, works with Torry Reynolds, lead success coach, at the college's new College Success Center. The college piloted the program during the spring semester and CCCC will now offer College Success Center services to students at its campuses in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties. Seven success coaches, in partnership with faculty and staff, will work proactively with students to improve their success in course completion and graduation. The College Success Center is located in the Hockaday Hall at the Lee County Campus, in Sanford; in the Miriello Building at the Harnett County Campus, in Lillington; and in the Health/Continuing Education Building at the Chatham County Campus, in Pittsboro. For more information about the College Success Center and its programs, go to or contact the Center at 919-775-5401, extension 7485.

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