IN THE NEWSMORE NEWS
ECU is organizing a major, long-term relief and assistance initiative for people and businesses in eastern North Carolina affected by Hurricane Florence.
ECU students, faculty and staff have worked together to contribute to the recovery effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.
A list of frequently asked questions about Hurricane Florence and its impact at ECU, along with links to valuable resources.

Hurricane Florence
Capture Your Horizon
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CAMPUS SNAPSHOT
Explore ECU through the lenses of our university’s photographers.
ECU AT A GLANCE
Take a quick, by-the-numbers look at our university.
87 percent of graduates are employed or continuing education by six months after graduation. Of the employed graduates, 46 percent found a job within six months of graduation, 38 percent prior to and 16 percent six months or later post-graduation.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION
Connect with the Pirate Nation on social media.
.@ECUCounseling is offering drop-in support group sessions for #HurricaneFlorence recovery from 1-2 p.m. Sept. 21 a… https://t.co/x3AIrTlApn
The latest Week in Photos is up on https://t.co/h0ttfldBIH! 📸 https://t.co/DGr4bqXMIb
After Florence: Need help? Want to help? Visit the East Carolina Undaunted hurricane recovery center → florencerecovery.ecu.edu
⚠️ If you have submitted a form to the @ecudeanstudents due to being unable to safely return to campus, please see… https://t.co/WEjd3oxSQd
Any students running low on food post-Florence can receive assistance from the Purple Pantry. Come to Umstead Room… https://t.co/N1sVYgOaKo
🏀 ICYMI: The @ecubasketball schedule is here 🏀 https://t.co/7TU1L1kyAr
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A.J. Fletcher Recital Hall
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A.J. Fletcher Recital Hall
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Science and Technology Building
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