IN THE NEWSMORE NEWS
ECU is organizing a major, long-term relief and assistance initiative for people and businesses in eastern North Carolina affected by Hurricane Florence.
ECU students, faculty and staff have worked together to contribute to the recovery effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.

Hurricane Florence
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87 percent of graduates are employed or continuing education by six months after graduation. Of the employed graduates, 46 percent found a job within six months of graduation, 38 percent prior to and 16 percent six months or later post-graduation.
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The Miller School of Entrepreneurship has announced dates for the second Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge, a three-round pitch competition that will award more than $75,000 in cash and in-kind services to the top three winners → http://go.ecu.edu/35c49822 💼💰
.@ECUPolice and other campus organizations filled three SUVs and a car with school supplies to help Grifton-area sc… https://t.co/HZJ1OBLfPn
Going to an #ECU game this week? You can help ECU's #HurricaneFlorence recovery efforts! @ECUAthletics is collectin… https://t.co/lTkTFt25cE
ICYMI: #ECU has established a #HurricaneFlorence recovery center, East Carolina Undaunted. Need help or want to hel… https://t.co/cKP4xzzXYS
After Florence: Need help? Want to help? Visit the East Carolina Undaunted hurricane recovery center → florencerecovery.ecu.edu
.@ECUMillerSchool has announced dates for the second Pirate Entrepreneurship Challenge, a three-round pitch competi… https://t.co/K0rnnwH8pY
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