Craven CC Prepares for Phase One of Governor Cooper’s COVID-19 Plan

Craven Community CollegeNew Bern, NC – In compliance with Gov. Roy Cooper’s Executive Order 138, which introduces the Phase One approach of easing restrictions related to COVID-19, Craven Community College’s physical campuses will remain closed to students and the public except by appointment.

Although limited face-to-face instruction will resume for some classes and labs, students will only be allowed on campus when specifically notified by instructors. Staff and faculty will continue to telework when possible and should contact their direct supervisors with questions about campus access.

About Craven Community College

Founded in 1965, Craven Community College (Craven CC) is part of the North Carolina Community College System. With campuses in New Bern and Havelock-Cherry Point, Craven CC serves about 3,200 curriculum students and more than 10,000 continuing education students each year. The college offers a wide range of associate degree and certificate programs, as well as college transfer courses, career and occupational offerings, partnerships with four-year universities, specialized workforce training options, developmental studies and basic skills classes. The Lifetime Learning Center and Adult Enrichment Program offer lifelong learning opportunities. Craven Early College High School programs are available on both campuses. Craven CC is also home to Public Radio East, one of the few community colleges nationally with this distinction. For more information about the college, visit

Submitted by: Craig Ramey, Director of Communications, Craven Community College