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25396
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There are a variety of sports camps offered over the summer at ECU. There is a lot of work that goes into them, but those who attend and those who coach both get a lot out of the experience.
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25395
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While many universities in the UNC system now offer online degrees, ECU has far more to offer than the rest with 90 different online degree programs.
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25397
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The fine arts program at ECU has been growing since the 1962. Since then, it has gotten its own building, spruced up that building, and sent many an art student on to bigger and better things.
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25406
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The nursing program began as a very small program. In the last several decades, it has grown to have more than 1,000 students enrolled in the program. In addition, a day in the life of a nursing student is included for a unique perspective of what nursing students do.
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25409
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Student athletes, while not required to stay on campus and train during the summer, are either sent home with a packet full of workout recommendations or will voluntarily stay on campus to work out and even take summer classes.
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25412
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With a new all-time high number of incoming freshmen, ECU is filled to capacity. There are no empty dorms, classrooms or offices. Several new staff members had to be hired and the only solution to the space issue is to build more off campus.
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25407
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Older apartment complexes and dorms are finding it hard to compete with newer, more upscale apartments that offer many amenities such as pools, gyms, and even movie theaters.
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25410
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ECU English professor Margaret Bauer places emphasis on good writing skills in her classes as well as teaching about North Carolina authors.
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25405
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ECU is not raising as much money as some might think. This has led to new campaign by the university to raise $200 million for various programs and scholarships.
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25414
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While there are many places to eat, shop, or catch a show of some sort, many of these may not be either within walking distance of campus, or exactly what some students are looking for. However, there is still a diverse list of places to dine, shop, and experience the culture of Greenville.
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25420
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ECU has become liberal in its political stances percentage wise. 36 percent of high-paid employees are registered as Democrats. Even just looking at the bumper stickers on cars, there seem to be more Democrat than Republican supporters.
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25415
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Over the past five years, the average teacher salary at ECU has increased by about twenty percent. Even still, ECU teacher salaries are about at the center of the list of average university instructor salaries by university.
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25413
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Steve Tuttle outlines the top ten things a freshmen should know before starting their first semester at ECU. The list includes things like what not to ever lose, and how to avoid looking stupid.
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25417
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Eddie Jacobs, a music professor at ECU, is credited with founding and directing the New Music @ ECU Festival. Jacobs considers himself a teacher first, and composer second.
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25428
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The engineering program at ECU is different because it focuses on a more general field of engineering so that its graduates can go out and do something with the degree quicker than other, more specialized programs.