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ECU's Brody School of Medicine offers Camp Rainbow and Camp Hope free of charge to children with cancer, hemophilia and sickle cell disease, thanks to the generosity of donors and volunteers.
East Carolina has been a place for new ideas for more than 100 years. And new ideas are what university leaders are hoping will help grow the research enterprise in coming years.
Beginning July 1, ECU will prohibit tobacco use within 100 feet of buildings on main campus and everywhere on the health sciences campus.
ECU and 14 eastern N.C. community colleges have signed a co-admission agreement designed to improve transfer student access and success.

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The number of students enrolled in STEM/health care totals 12,246. Highest undergraduate enrollment programs, Fall 2017: nursing (2,139), management (1,619) and biology (1,205). Graduate: business administration (765), medicine (322) and nursing (316).
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