Message from the President
Dr. Lew Hunnicutt
Welcome to Nash Community College - an incredible institution of higher education that is committed to student success. NCC provides comprehensive programs designed to maximize student learning and achievement and position graduates for lifelong growth.
Nash Community College is a place where students of all walks of life come to expand their opportunities through academic, cultural and social experiences. As a first-choice college, we take pride in supporting students both inside and outside of the classroom.
Our students experience a welcoming team of faculty and staff engaged in professional learning opportunities and working in tandem with community partners to offer relevant training for real-world careers. We work hard to maintain modern facilities, state-of-the-art technology and equipment, and apply operational best practices in all areas of campus.
NCC alumni are involved in award-winning scholarship, international research and rewarding careers making a difference in the greater community every day.
Whether your goal is to prepare for university transfer or enter the workforce, we are glad you’re here. You are making the right decision to select a college environment known for being student ready.
I am truly fortunate to be able to lead NCC into the future following four previous presidents who have shaped the campus into an incredible community college.
Lew K. Hunnicutt, Ph.D.
About Dr. Hunnicutt
Dr. Hunnicutt began as Nash Community College’s fifth president on Friday, November 1, 2019. Prior to joining NCC, Hunnicutt served as assistant provost and campus director for the University of Georgia – Griffin Campus.
Originally from Texas, Dr. Hunnicutt graduated from Tarleton State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science and a Master of Science Teaching Degree in General Agriculture. He holds a Master of Science degree in Animal Science from New Mexico State University. Dr. Hunnicutt also has a Master of Science in Reproductive Biology from the University of Wyoming and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Animal Science from the University of Wyoming.
Dr. Hunnicutt began his professional career as assistant professor in the Department of Agriculture at McNeese State University, and later served in the same capacity at Southwest Texas State University. He was vice president of Extended Services at Frank Phillips College in Texas prior to joining the University of Georgia.
Throughout his career, Hunnicutt has served his community in various capacities and leadership positions with Rotary International, United Way, 4‐H, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, various Chambers of Commerce, Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity.