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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION Enrollment: 791; admissions contact: 919-508-2214, admissions@peace.edu; freshman applicants/accepted: not provided; student/faculty ratio: 14/1; mean SAT score: not provided; cost: $32,700 Beaufort County Community College (Washington; www.beaufortccc.edu) Enrollment: 1,980; admissions contact: Daniel Wilson, 252-940-6233; student/faculty ratio: 16/1 Wingate University (www.wingate.edu) Enrollment: 2,700; admissions contact: Gabe Hollingsworth, 800-755-5550, admit@wingate. edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 10,290/4,281; student/faculty ratio: 14/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math/ writing): 512/531/484; cost: $33,950 Bladen Community College (Dublin; www.bladencc.edu) Enrollment: 1,393; admissions contact: Linda McLean, 910-879-5593, lmclean@bladencc. edu; student/faculty ratio: 15/1 COMMUNITY COLLEGES Alamance Community College (Graham; www.alamancecc.edu) Enrollment: 5,000; admissions contact: Carol Disque, 336-506-4270; student/faculty ratio: 19/1 Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College (Asheville; www.abtech.edu) Enrollment: 8,149; admissions contact: Rebecca Howell, 828-398-7900, info@abtech.edu; student/faculty ratio: 17/1 Blue Ridge Community College (Flat Rock; www.blueridge.edu) Enrollment: 2,500; admissions contact: 828-694-1800; student/faculty ratio: 15/1 Brunswick Community College (Supply; www.brunswickcc.edu) Enrollment: 1,462; admissions contact: Levy Brown Jr., 910-755-7320, admissions@brunswickcc.edu; student/faculty ratio: 22/1 Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute (Hudson; www.cccti.edu) Enrollment: 4,174; admissions contact: Dennis Seagle Jr., 828-726-2700, dseagle@cccti.edu; student/faculty ratio: 11/1 Cape Fear Community College (Wilmington; www.cfcc.edu) Enrollment: 9,200; admissions contact: Dean Heath, 910-362-7557, admissions@cfcc.edu; student/faculty ratio: 13/1 Carteret Community College (Morehead City; www.carteret.edu) Enrollment: 1,851; admissions contact: Martin Nichols, 252-222-6155, admissions @email.carteret.edu; student/faculty ratio: 14/1 Catawba Valley Community College (Hickory; www.cvcc.edu) Enrollment: 5,121; admissions contact: Laurie Wegner, 828-327-7000; student/faculty ratio: 12/1 Central Carolina Community College (Chatham, Harnett & Lee counties; www.cccc.edu) Enrollment: 4,773; admissions contact: Jamee Stiffler, 919-718-7300; student/faculty ratio: 14/1 Central Piedmont Community College (Charlotte; www.cpcc.edu) Enrollment: 20,000; admissions contact: 704-330-6006; student/faculty ratio: 22/1 Cleveland Community College (Shelby; www.clevelandcc.edu) Enrollment: 3,311; admissions contact: Emily Arey, 704-669-4081, admissions@clevelandcc.edu; student/faculty ratio: 11/1 Learn more at www.campbell.edu/cusom Preparing Health Care Leaders for Tomorrow Te Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine welcomed its frst class of 162 students on August 5, 2013. By opening the frst new medical school in North Carolina in more than 35 years, Campbell seeks to educate and prepare community-based physicians in a Christian environment to care for rural and underserved populations. North Carolina is facing a shortage of primary care physicians. We are currently ranked 35 out of 50 states for the number of physicians by population. Campbell's medical school hopes to address this growing need by providing cutting-edge educational and clinical training opportunities to our students. Tese men and women will learn in state-of-the-art simulation and anatomy labs using the latest medical technologies and practice in the feld with dozens of clinical partners around our region.

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