Monthly Archives: August 2011

Welcome Back Pirates!!!

The Office of Student Development would like to welcome back our returning student-athletes and also welcome our new freshmen and transfer student-athletes to ECU!!!! We are excited for another great school year of academics, athletics, and community outreach!!

Starting this year, the Office of Student Development is introducing a new way to communicate all the exciting things happening in our office. Our new blog will focus on providing the ECU community with information about our programs, upcoming events, important dates, student-athlete recognitions, and much more!! Definitely keep an eye out for new blog posts with exciting information from the Office of Student Development.

Let’s make this year a great one and GO PIRATES!!!

Freshmen/Transfer Student-Athlete Orientation

On August 22, 2011, the Office of Student Development welcomed ECU’s new freshmen and transfer student-athletes at our annual Freshmen/Transfer Student-Athlete Orientation.The student-athletes were welcomed by ECU’s Director of Athletics-Terry Holland, Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs-Dr. Marilyn Sheerer, Associate Provost for Enrollment Services- Dr. John Fletcher, and SAAC President- Rachel Fuller.

During the orientation, the student-athletes got a chance to meet and mingle with the head coaches from each sport, athletic department administrators, and current SAAC representatives. There were representatives from various campus departments presenting to the student-athletes about topics like: parking, housing, student rights and responsibilities, and diversity. The orientation was a success and the Office of Student Development staff are excited to begin working with our new student-athletes.

Click the picture above to see more from the orientation!!

ECU Football Freshmen active in the community

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ECU Football’s new freshmen class got a jump start on giving back to the community. Our freshmen student-athletes volunteered at the Eastern North Carolina Food Bank in Greenville by stacking cans of food to prepare for delivery and pick up. It was a hot day, but they pushed through it for a good cause. At the Ronald McDonald House over on the Pitt Memorial Hospital campus, our freshmen participated in game night with families who are staying at the house. The players played games with the kids that were staying at the house while their siblings were recovering in the hospital. It was a great time for both the players and families.

Click on the picture to see more photos from both events!!