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ECU welcomes all people to be part of our living, working, and learning community. We grow in strength as we diversify our students, staff, and faculty.
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.
ECU Named Lead Institution by NASPAEast Carolina University has been selected as one of nearly 100 colleges and universities in the nation as a Lead Institution by NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, the leading voice for the student affairs profession. As a Lead Institution, ECU will participate in a national initiative on civic learning and democratic engagement.
We are pleased to be selected to participate in NASPA's network of institutions dedicated to developing students' sense of civic identity, as civic engagement, is a core value of higher education. Being recognized as a national leader in this field is a reflection of the quality of our current efforts and our ongoing commitment to inspiring students to challenge themselves through leadership and service roles moving forward.(Read More)
LGBT Resource Office Launches New Website
The LGBT Resource Office unveiled a new and improved website just as the semester began, incorporating the use of the new word mark developed in Spring 2014. Click here to view the website, which includes a comprehensive new listing with campus, local, state, and national resources, as well as a religion/spirituality section with more than 20 national organizations offering support for the LGBT community.
A book collection of over 400 titles has been cataloged and organized by subject and author and is available online. LGBT Programs and events are featured, as well as an online form for faculty, staff, residence hall staff, and campus groups to request LGBT student panels as part of the Resource Office's ongoing education efforts.
ECU welcomes largest undergraduate class in history
East Carolina University welcomed its largest number of undergraduate students to campus with the start of the fall semester.
The university enrolled 22,252 undergraduates, which is 744 more than last fall and is the largest number in university history, said Dr. John Fletcher, associate provost for Enrollment Services. Enrollment figures are considered preliminary until reviewed and approved by the UNC General Administration.