Pirate Academic Success Center provides free tutoring services, academic skills workshops, study skills coaching, and academic support to enhance student success.
Testing Center administers national college and academic program entrance exams. Credentialing, licensure and certification exams are administered through the ECU Testing Center.
Undergraduate Admissions provides competent, courteous, respectful, and efficient professional service to prospective students and their families as they navigate the inquiry, application, decision, and enrollment process at East Carolina University.
University Writing Center is open and available to students, faculty, and staff to work with trained undergraduate and graduate writing consultants on writing at any stage of the writing process.
Registrar’s Office provides information on transcript requests, Commencement, and other issues pertaining to student records.
Career Center supports and empowers students in their career development to succeed as professionals in a global community. Provides career counseling services, such as resume and interview skills sessions, for all ECU students.
Focus 2 is a self-paced career guidance tool designed to help select the right area of study, explore various career options, and provide valuable occupational information.
Black Alumni Chapter (BAC) The Black Alumni Chapter is composed of alumni and friends who are interested in generating support for ECU and serving its constituencies by promoting the university’s reputation for excellence, building good will between the university and its alumni, promoting the African-American presence on campus, promoting alumni contributions to the university, aiding in minority student recruitment, and promoting the welfare of its alumni. The BAC hosts an annual BAC Career Symposium Real Talk: Connecting to success.
Cashier Office serves as the central collection center for student accounts receivable and for receipting of State funds through departmental deposit.
Financial Aid Office provides education, guidance, and support to individuals and families in the financial aid process. Federal, State, and Institutional aid programs are administered to students at East Carolina University, the Brody School of Medicine, and the School of Dental Medicine.
Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement (CLCE) is responsible for creating and implementing programs that aid in ECU’s Leadership University Initiative. CLCE is dedicated to building intentional opportunities for students to create positive sustainable change through programs such as Elite Pirates, The Walter & Marie Williams Leadership Scholarship, Emerging Leaders and Parents Council Student Leadership Scholarship.
SAB has a program nearly every day of the semester and over 120 a year! SAB covers the full gamut with major concerts, hilarious comedians, thought provoking speakers, engaging art, and a blockbuster film series. Connect with us to see what the next great event is going to be on ECU!
Project M.O.R.E. stands for Male Outreach, Retention and enrichment initiative which is housed within the office of Student Transitions is an initiative designed to support male retention and academic success through students participating in activities, programs and service activities.
Disability Support Services is responsible for ensuring that individuals with disabilities have access to reasonable accommodations and services.
Student Health Services is a primary health care facility located conveniently on central campus, with a staff of dedicated professionals providing easily accessible and affordable health care to enrolled students.
Dean of Students Office is the central campus resource for addressing student complaints and inquiries. All issues and concerns need to be filed through this office. The Dean of Students is the official ECU office to contact for discrimination complaints against students. Staff members are available to discuss general and specific questions and concerns about university life, transitional issues, policies, procedures and University services. This includes support with academic, personal, or social issues and concerns, assistance in adjusting to university life, and support in the event of a personal, medical or family emergency.
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities fosters student growth by promoting students’ awareness and understanding of their rights and responsibilities as community members, addressing student conduct and creating developmental learning opportunities, and engaging students in ethical decision-making.
Student Veteran Services helps connect Service-members/Veterans and their families to the appropriate services on campus.
Campus Living is made up of the four key areas—Residence Life, Housing Operations, Dining Services, and ECU Student Transit.
Dining Services provides information about meal plans, dining locations on campus, what they serve, and the hours of operation.
Parking and Transportation provides guidance and assistance to the campus community, visitors, and guests on all parking-related issues and promotes compliance with the University’s parking regulations through education in a general understanding of its parking system.
ECU Transit offers a wide variety of travel options on a comprehensive system which provides more than 2.5 million rides each year with service both on and off campus.