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ECU Alert System will be tested during Move In Weekend

On Friday, Aug. 22nd at 9am and 3pm and on Saturday at Noon and 3pm, the ECU Alert System will be tested.  This will include testing multiple messaging options including outdoor speakers. 


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ECU hosts 9/11 #NeverForget Project Event

ECU students, faculty, staff, ROTC members and community members attended ECU's 9/11 #NeverForget event observing the 13th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attack on the United States.  The ECU College Republicans organized the event with the opening remarks and moment of silence delivered by ECU student Adam Caldwell.  

Greenville Mayor Allan Thomas shared his personal accounts and memories from 2001 and how it has strengthened the resolve of all Americans.  He also shared a story from that day when he was set to board an international flight and how he was connecting with his family across the country.  

Virginia Hardy, ECU vice chancellor of student affairs, talked about how we are all Americans.  Regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, cultural background, socioeconomic standing or gender, we must put our differences aside and unite for the better good of our campus and our country.  

An American flag, one for each victim from 9/11, was placed in the ground outside the Mendenhall Student Center. 


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CONNECT - Plunge Into Purple - 60+ Events/Programs in 6 weeks

Don't just be a Student, Be a Pirate! Take full advantage of every opportunity offered at ECU, both in and out of the classroom. Being a Pirate means excelling in academics, becoming a leader, getting involved with the community, volunteering your time, socialization, building lasting friendships, making memories and embracing traditions. 

Take the plunge and connect to ECU.The Mission of the Plunge Into Purple is to facilitate events that welcome students to the excitement and traditions of ECU through education, socialization and involvement.

Click here for the complete Plunge Into Purple website for a list of events/programs.

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Fall Semester 2014 Off and Running

Where did the summer go??  Actually, there’s no time to reflect back on the days of summer. ECU had 5,400 students that moved into residence halls and nearly 27,000 students ready to roll this fall.  As a division, Student Affairs Educators engaged and embraced students and families nearly a week before the first day of classes.  Campus Living staff and their student leaders greeted new students and families and helped them unpack vehicles to ease the move-in process.  (Read More)

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ECU Student Health Earned Accreditation

East Carolina University’s Student Health Services has earned accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Accreditation distinguishes Student Health Services (SHS) from many other outpatient facilities by providing the highest quality of care to its patients as determined by an independent, external process of evaluation.

Congratulations Student Health!  (Read full story here)

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Student Media welcomes USA Today Editor to campus

Chris Korman, senior editor for USA Today, spent time on campus August 21-22 as Student Media’s first-ever “Professional-In-Residence.” A 16-year newsroom veteran, Korman came to USA Today to help launch Q, its mobile-focused sports site that delivers opinion and live coverage.Korman was in Greenville as part of the Professional-In-Residence (PIR) Program started by Student Media Director John Harvey.

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2014 Barefoot on the Mall
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Spring Fest 2014
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2014 Tower Wars
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