College of The Albemarle

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College of The Albemarle
MottoTransform Your Tomorrow
TypePublic, Community College
Established1960
AffiliationNCCCS
PresidentDr. Robert Wynegar
Students2,100 (approx.)
Location,
ColorsBlue and Orange         
NicknameCOA
MascotDolphin
Website[1]
College of The Albemarle logo.svg

College of The Albemarle (COA) is a community college located in the Albemarle region of northeastern North Carolina, U.S; the main campus is located in Elizabeth City with satellite campuses in Barco, Manteo and Edenton. Established on December 16, 1960, College of The Albemarle became the first established institution of the North Carolina Community College System as chartered by the Community College Act of 1957.[1]

Leadership[edit]

Dr. Robert Wynegar took office as the college's tenth president in April 2017.[2]

Campuses[edit]

COA serves students from Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Pasquotank, and Perquimans counties.

  • Elizabeth City (Main Campus)[3]
  • Dare County (Manteo)[4]
  • Edenton-Chowan[5]
  • Regional Aviation and Technical Training Center (Barco)[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us". www.albemarle.edu.
  2. ^ "List of Presidents". www.albemarle.edu.
  3. ^ "Elizabeth City Campus". www.albemarle.edu.
  4. ^ "Dare County and Roanoke Island Campuses". www.albemarle.edu.
  5. ^ "Edenton-Chowan Campus". www.albemarle.edu.
  6. ^ "Regional Aviation and Technical Training Center". www.albemarle.edu.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 36°19′30″N 76°13′13″W / 36.3249°N 76.2202°W / 36.3249; -76.2202