East Carolina University is resolute in honoring the values that have propelled its success over more than a century. As we consider our future, we focus on three commitments that we have identified as critical to our continued growth.
We pledge that ECU will be a national model for Student Success, Public Service, and Regional Transformation. These three tenets are detailed below, outlined by specific goals within each of their parameters.
Abigail Heuss, who holds a Master of Fine Arts in metal design from ECU's School of Art and Design, is the recipient of Valdosta State University's 2018 Presidential Excellence Award for Teaching.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released the first year of data on student achievement at UNC System Laboratory Schools at Western Carolina University and East Carolina University.
Pirate Nation welcomed first-time students with events geared toward helping them transition to college life at ECU, including Raid the Rec, New Student Convocation and Pirate Palooza.
A list of frequently asked questions about Hurricane Florence and its impact at ECU, along with links to valuable resources.
An additional $850,000 in funding for ECU's Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program will provide seniors in eastern North Carolina new ways to access health care.
Area students got a head start on the school year at ECU's Summer Science Adventure Day, where they learned some of the practical applications of science while building robots, examining DNA and making ice cream.
Sylvan Heights Bird Park and East Carolina University officials have approved a formal collaboration to boost interdisciplinary research alliances and preserve endangered waterfowl.
Data from the Life, Liberty, and Happiness survey conducted by ECU's Center for Survey Research has confirmed that employment plays a key role in Americans' perceptions of personal well-being.