ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY


ECSU may cut history program

As UNC-system schools continue to make tough decisions in a difficult financial climate, Elizabeth City State University is considering discontinuing its history program — a move that could be virtually unprecedented for a public university.


ECSU crime report had holes

A report published earlier this month concluded that Elizabeth City State University “was substantially out of compliance” with federal regulations for campus security in May 2013, when city law enforcement discovered a total of 127 reports of crime uninvestigated by campus police.


ECSU student King wins council election

Montravias King, an Elizabeth City State University senior, has unofficially won the seat for council member in Elizabeth City’s fourth ward with the largest share of the vote after last week’s election. Official results will be announced today by the State Board of Elections.


	Elizabeth City State University’s new pharmacy complex finished its expansion in August. The expansion will help increase enrollment. Courtesy of David Etchison

Elizabeth City State University adds pharmacy facility

UNC-CH has a new pharmacy facility in Elizabeth City that many administrators say is an emerging model for the future. The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy finished construction on a new state-of-the-art facility in August on the campus of Elizabeth City State University.