The McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing Education (MCE&CE) serves as a gateway to the vast intellectual and technical resources at NC State University. Established in 1924 as the College Extension Division, MCE&CE has continually evolved to meet the educational needs of individuals, organizations, governmental agencies, and corporations. For more than 90 years, MCE&CE has proudly carried on the tradition of public service first established by Jane S. McKimmon, a pioneer in the field of continuing education.
Today, MCE&CE is a center in the truest definition of the word -- a hub of activity encompassing a wide array of learning opportunities, professional meeting facilities, and University services. We have served over 196,000 participants at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center during the 2013-2014 fiscal year. During this same time period, the units of the division have provided the continuing education needs of over 33,129 learners. The MCE&CE staff remains dedicated to sharing the University's knowledge, resources, and providing excellent customer service. Through our partnerships, creative programming, dynamic member opportunities, and a comprehensive range of applied research and technical assistance, you will find the solutions to your continuing education, professional development, meeting facility, and public policy needs.
On behalf of MCE&CE, I am delighted you have chosen to visit our website. Please take a few minutes to review each of the eight units within MCE&CE. We welcome the opportunity to discuss our programs and services while being of assistance to you.
Alice S. Warren
Vice Provost for Continuing Education
Public schools, government agencies and municipalities rely on Center researchers to help them make informed public policy decisions. [learn more]
The Triangle's leader in computer and networking training and certification. [learn more]
Provides centralized financial and accounting services; identifies opportunities for expanded programs and partnerships; assists in measuring learning outcomes and impacts achieved; increases awareness of these initiatives. [learn more]
Provides noncredit courses, study trips, and special events for adults over 50. [learn more]
Provides meeting space, events management, technical services and client support for any educational program or conference. [learn more]
Program development and delivery on a wide range of topics, management, technical services and client support for any educational workshop, seminar, or conference. [learn more]
The Collaborative at the Gateway Technology Center is an unprecedented partnership between East Carolina University and NC State University which has been designed to provide traditional and nontraditional educational offerings to the citizens of Northeastern Carolina. [learn more]
The Upper Coastal Plain Learning Council (UCPLC) and the McKimmon Center for Extension & Continuing Education (MCE&CE) at NC State University, have joined forces to provide educational and professional development support for teachers, principals, and administrators within the five counties of Eastern North Carolina as well as increasing student success and retention. [learn more]
NC State University is dedicated to equality of opportunity. The University does not condone discrimination against students, employees, or applicants in any form. NC State commits itself to positive action to secure equal opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability. The University values the benefits of cultural diversity and pluralism in the academic community and welcomes all men and women of good will without regard to sexual orientation.