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East Carolina University

In the hub of eastern North Carolina where various facilities for residence, education, health care, culture, recreation, retail and sports abound, East Carolina University takes its place in East Fifth Street, Greenville. Greenville is situated in the Coastal Plains area of North Carolina, in Pitt County. This area is especially rich in educational opportunities with the presence of 25 public schools, 12 private schools, 1 community college and the East Carolina University.

Undergraduate, master’s, specialist and doctoral degree programs are offered through the university’s colleges and schools comprised of the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, the Brody School of Medicine, the College of Allied Health Sciences, the College of Business, the College of Education, the College of Fine Arts and Communication, the College of Health and Human Performance, the College of Human Ecology, the College of Nursing, the College of Technology and Computer Science, the School of Dentistry and the Graduate School. Most of the Graduate programs offered can be completed through distance education. Various educational programs are offered in cooperation with division partners including the university’s programs for Online and Distance Education, Summer School, Continuing Professional Education, Study Abroad, the Testing Center and Military Outreach.

East Carolina University is a public doctoral university that is regionally accredited. It occupies as its main campus a 530-acre residential area in Greenville which houses 158 buildings for academic, research and residential purposes. Its 206-acre Health Sciences campus is occupied by the Brody School of Medicine while the Pitt County Memorial Hospital serves as the teaching hospital for the school. Some university facilities can be found in a 650-acre site formerly occupied by Voice of America. Resident undergraduates are charged approximately $ 4,186.00 annually for a full-time course while non-residents pay about $ 14,700.00. Resident graduate students pay about $ 4,667.00 while their non-resident counterparts pay $ 14,893.00 annually.

For more information about admissions, financial aid or online learning opportunities such as distance education degree programs and online classes, please contact East Carolina University.

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