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2016 Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities

The Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences is committed to making study abroad programs accessible for as many students as possible. For 2016, 30 scholarships are being offered to support international study programs. To read more and apply, click (here).

2016 THCAS Study Abroad Programs

To learn more about the 23 study abroad programs being offered in the College of Arts and Sciences, click here


College Spotlight: The Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series

The lecture series advances the spirit of exploration and discovery that is the hallmark of the liberal arts and has become the premier intellectual event for students and faculty of ECU, the citizens of eastern North Carolina, and a showcase for the quality of academic life at ECU. Each year, the series features thought-provoking and accomplished leaders from a variety of disciplines who provide insight into important issues in today’s society, and who share their experiences and perspectives.

Peter Bergen

September 29
The Premiere Lecture
Peter Bergen

Raymond Moody

October 27
The Lecture on Religion & Culture
Raymond Moody, Ph.D., M.D.

Derek Alderman

January 26
The Brewster Forum
Derek Alderman & Alfred Brophy

Zonnie Gorman

March 23
The Thomas Harriot Lecture
Zonnie Gorman

Alumni Profiles

 Chris Richardson ECU and their wonderful faculty helped me achieve my goal of being a doctor by providing opportunities for learning and leadership in and out of the classroom. (article)

 Richard Chavez Chavez was drawn to ECU's corrections and law enforcement program because of its broader emphasis on social work and impacting the community. (article)


James Gorham  Brigadier General James R. Gorham is a veteran of the military and the first African American officer to become a general in the N.C. National Guard, one of the aspects of his life that he says he is most proud of accomplishing. The other, marrying his "college sweetheart" and having three "wonderful children." (article)
 Katrina Hinson The professors who could engage the class, who truly showed they cared about us, whether online or face-to-face, left the deepest impression. They're my role models. (article)