Fayetteville Technical Community College has received a $35,000 gift from The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation. Jerry Dean, senior vice president and market president of Wachovia Community Banking, presented the check at FTCC on Dec. 1 to FTCC President Dr. Larry Keen and Susan Ellis, department chair, FTCC Dental Hygiene Department.
The money will be used in support of the Dental Hygiene Department’s Equipment Plan.
“Fayetteville Technical Community College is honored to receive this generous gift from The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation. We are also gratifi ed by the trust and confi dence that The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation has placed in FTCC as evidenced by their contribution. With the fi nancial help of our corporate citizens, our community colleges can achieve goals at a higher level, with the end results being the ultimate benefi t of our students and the communities we serve,” said Keen.
FTCC’s graduates from the past eight Dental Hygiene classes have achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the National Dental Hygiene Board Exam. FTCC graduates have also enjoyed exemplary pass rates on the state/national licensing exams as well as high job-placement rates following graduation.
Spring 2010 Registration Ends Jan. 9
The Spring 2010 Registration cycle at FTCC is quickly coming to a close for classes that begin the week of Jan. 11.
Current students can register for classes from Jan. 6-9:
• Use Web Advisor (www.faytechcc.edu)
• Contact Faculty Advisor (Jan. 6-7
• Open Registration (Jan. 6-9)
Newly approved students can register for classes from Jan. 6-9:
• Contact Faculty Advisor (Jan. 6-7)
• Open Registration (Jan. 6-9) Open Registration is available from Jan, 6-9, at the Tony Rand Student Center on Main Campus, at the Spring Lake Campus and at the Fort Bragg Soldier Development Center, as follows:
• Jan. 6, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
• Jan.7, 9 a.m. -6 p.m.
• Jan. 8, 12-4 p.m.
• Jan. 9, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Main Campus/ Spring Lake Campus)
Fayetteville Technical Community College was established in 1961 and serves more than 34,000 students annually by providing150 affordable occupational, technical, general education, college transfer and continuing-education programs to meet students’ needs and desires as well as the needs of the community.