Pitt County Schools has been a county-wide consolidated system since July 1, 1986
Graduates compete effectively for college scholarship programs
Pitt Community College (PCC) offers technical skill training, 2 year college transfer, 2 year technical, one year vocation, short term certificate program and a continuing education program
PCC offers special programs to meet industrial and business training needs with State supported commitments to industrial training
East Carolina University is the third largest university in the State (26,887 enrollment)
The Brody School of Medicine at ECU offers a four year Medical Doctor degree as well as six PhD programs. The School of Dental Medicine opened Fall 2011.
There are 99 undergraduate degree tracks and 104 graduate-level programs at ECU.
Colleges: Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Fine Arts & Communication, Engineering and Technology, Human Ecology, Health and Human Performance, Allied Health Sciences, Nursing, and Honors. Schools: Medicine, Dental Medicine, Graduate.
ECU is a Division IA School and a member of the American Athletic Conference (beginning Fall 2014)
Excellent private parochial and non-parochial schools are also available as well as pre-school programs such as Montessori
Build, grow, change. It’s what we’ve always done, what we do now, and what we will continue to do. Today our economy flourishes with a dynamic combination of manufacturing, education and healthcare and ever expanding commercial, retail and service sectors. We welcome you to join us in learning how Pitt County is “Creating the Future.”