High school students who planned on taking classes at Pitt Community College as part of the dual enrollment program now may not be able to.
As part of the proposed state budget plan Pitt Community College would not receive the funding it needs to allow high school students to continue to take certain classes at their college.
Around 600 students received a letter within the past few weeks telling them of the issue.
Pamela Hilbert who is Vice President of academic affairs at the college said they wanted parents and students to be aware of what was going on.
Hilbert says they are still waiting to see the final verdict. But right now they're expecting to have to make some changes.
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