Nancy Childs Archives

panoramic view of Gateway Residence Hall on College Hill
Oct 23, 2020
  • Nancy Childs

Finding My Home at ECU as a Transfer Student

Hello everyone! My name is Tonishka Adams, but I go by NeNe, and I am a transfer student at East Carolina University. I started my journey here at Pirate Nation...

Kappa Delta girls prepare for a party with balloon decorations
Oct 20, 2020
  • Nancy Childs

Melissa Caceres Finds Opportunity as a Transfer Student

ECU transfer student Melissa Caceres loves to stay busy. She is taking a full load of business courses at ECU while serving her sorority and working jobs she loves at...

Sep 23, 2020
  • Nancy Childs

ECU to Host Virtual Open House

Open House is Sunday, October 18 at 2 p.m.! Our annual Fall Open House has expanded virtually, increasing the scope of opportunities for you to interact with students and faculty...

Families gather at the pirate statue on the E C U Mall.
Sep 22, 2020
  • Nancy Childs

Great Ways to Explore ECU

There are so many great ways for prospective students to explore ECU this fall, both in person and virtually. Campus Tours We have small group tours available for those who...

Students walk among the fall leaves by the Rawl Building on the E C U campus
Sep 05, 2020
  • Admissions

Tips for Applying to ECU

Steps to Apply: 1. Create a Navigator account at This account will allow you to check on the status of your application. You can also sign up for a...

American flags on campus Mall by Joyner library
Oct 24, 2019
  • Nancy Childs

Serving Students Who Serve

For Joseph Ratte and Jeremiah Caudill, the transfer journey to ECU involved classes at their local community colleges and an around-the-world journey with the armed services. The Pirate Veterans Organization...

Rob Olewine and Brittany Lasalle walking along the campus mall
Oct 22, 2019
  • Admissions

Transfer Transition

The transition from the blue and gold of Eastern Wayne High School in New Hope, N.C. to the purple and gold in Greenville, first took a detour to Wayne Community...