February 12, 2018
McKenzie Umphlett enrolled in College of The Albemarle’s (COA) Basic and Transitional Studies program in July 2017. What sets Umphlett apart from other students is her ability to listen and […]Read "Student Success: McKenzie Umphlett"
September 17, 2017
Nina Ervin didn’t expect to become an expert about the Outer Banks when she left her home in the Ukraine in 2014, but after successfully completing the Workforce Development’s Hospitality […]Read "Student Success: Nina Ervin"
August 28, 2017
Anna Doll has done a lot of traveling, and like many folks she brings home souvenirs. But unlike most, her souvenirs become permanent artistic representations of where she’s been. Whether […]Read "Student Success: Anna Doll"
August 22, 2017
“I don’t know that I could have been able to go to college right out of high school elsewhere if COA had not given me this incredible option.” These are […]Read "Student Success: Louise Sanderlin"
June 17, 2017
After retiring from public service a few years ago, Linda “Sammie” Gard was interested in reinventing herself and starting a new career. Although she didn’t think there was anything new […]Read "Student Success: Linda Gard"
April 10, 2017
Dalutha Joseph Since 2014, Dalutha Joseph has been a fixture in the computer lab at College of The Albemarle (COA), where she could be found practicing her reading skills and […]Read "How COA’s Reading Horizons Elevate Program Can Transforms Lives"
February 21, 2017
Brittni Jackson Brittni Jackson enrolled in the Basic and Transitional Studies program at the Edenton-Chowan Campus in April 2016. Although she enrolled as a student and was committed to working […]Read "Basic & Transitional Studies Student to Pursue Higher Education"
February 7, 2017
When Paige O’Neal graduated from Currituck High School in 2011, she already knew where she was going to pursue her college education and what she was going to study. Her […]Read "Student Success: Paige O’Neal"