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CFCC hires Sabrina Terry as new Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management


WILMINGTON, NC – Cape Fear Community College is pleased to announce the hiring of Sabrina Terry as the college’s new vice president of student services and enrollment management. Terry previously served as Dean of Student Services at Surry Community College in Dobson, North Carolina.

Terry became interested in Student Services in 2002 when she served as a work-study student and part-time employee in Enrollment Services at Virginia Highlands Community College in Abingdon, Va. She is a product of the community college system, having earned an Associate Degree in Education. Terry continued her studies as a transfer student and earned an undergraduate degree in Communications from Old Dominion University and a graduate degree in Higher Education Administration with a Specialization in Enrollment Management from Capella University. Terry also holds a professional certification from Ruffalo Noel-Levitz in Enrollment Management and is a member of the North Carolina Community College’s Strategic Enrollment Management Committee and the Capella Community College Advisory Committee.

“Ms. Terry brings a wealth of experience to this important role at the college. She is a respected leader in student services across the state and region. We are fortunate to have her at Cape Fear Community College,” said CFCC President Jim Morton.

“I am humbled and excited to join the Cape Fear Community College team. I want to thank Mr. Morton and the administration for supporting me and my vision for Student Services,” Terry shared. “I look forward to working with the talented team of Student Services professionals at CFCC. I hope to bring energy and excitement to what we do best in Student Services: working with students and ensuring they have the support they need to succeed.”

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