Chancellor Cecil Station is showcasing some of the great people and programs that make ECU so special. Every couple of weeks we invite you to share his journey and learn more about the university.

ECU is uniquely North Carolina's university. We boast the largest business school in the state. We put more allied health professionals and nurses into NC health care than any other institution. When you take our bachelors, masters and doctoral students in the College of Education, we put more educators into NC schools than any other institution. Our doctors and dentists are leading the way in providing health care in underserved and rural areas of our state. We have wonderful performers, artists, and athletes who inspire us. We produce engaged citizens who will serve and improve their communities. Nearly 29,000 students strong, we have more than 5,800 faculty and staff, and more than 165,000 alumni. There is much to be proud of.
- Chancellor Cecil Staton

Chancellor Gets a Physical

Oct. 4, 2018

National Primary Care Week is from Oct. 1-5 in 2018. Chancellor Staton took this occasion to highlight the Brody School of Medicine’s mission of supplying North Carolina with much needed primary care physicians.

Currently the BSOM ranks No. 1 in North Carolina and No. 2 in the nation when it comes to graduating physicians who choose careers in family medicine. It ranks in the top 10 percent of U.S. medical schools for graduating physicians who practice primary care.

During his medical visit, the chancellor learns important information about the flu shot that might clear up a common misconception about the yearly vaccination.

Family Medicine Center
Family Medicine Residency Program