Run for Knowledge
Register now for the 5th Annual Run for Knowledge being held Saturday, April 27, 2019.
5th Annual Run for Knowledge: $25 (includes lunch)
One Mile Fun Run: $12 (includes lunch)
One Mile Fun Run: $8
Discount Codes for 5K Only
- $5 off for Past Run for Knowledge Runners: WARRIOR
- $10 off for NCC Employees (must register with their NCC Employee Email): GETFITNCC
- $15 off for NCC Students (must register with their NCC Student Email): BLUELOVE
Rates increase April 1, 2019.
Nash Community College welcomes runners, walkers, volunteers, and sponsors to the 5th Annual Run for Knowledge and One Mile Fun Run Saturday, April 27, 2019. The event raises money for student scholarships and provides an opportunity for community members and visitors to enjoy the campus. The 5K will start at 8:30 am followed by the One Mile Fun Run at 9:30 am.
Runners will enjoy this 5K on a mix of paved and trail surfaces. Runners run the outside loop of Nash Community College before entering the woods for a scenic second half of the course. Registration for the 5K includes personalized race bibs (for registrations received before April 10), a short-sleeved race shirt, and lunch.
The One Mile Fun Run is open to all ages and will be on an all-paved course. All runners will receive a t-shirt (while supplies last) and a non-personalized race bib. Fun Run participants can also choose to include lunch with their registration for a small additional cost.
If a scenic course, warm hospitality, and a race shirt are not enough, runners are also treated to free entry to the Blue Fest event on campus. Proceeds from all race activities will benefit the Nash Community College Foundation which raises money for student scholarships.
Awards are given to the top three overall 5K male and 5K female winners as well as the top three male and female winners in each age category (under 12, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+). Register today for your chance to win a medal made by the NCC Machining department!
Run for Knowledge proceeds benefit the Nash Community College Foundation. For information about sponsorship, contact: (252) 451-8440.
For information about the race contact the race director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Will there be a limit to the number of runners?
A: Yes, 250 runners/walkers will be allowed to participate in the Run for Knowledge.
Q: Is this event chip timed?
A: Yes, our friends with Run the East will provide chip timing.
Q: Can I walk this event?
A: Yes, walkers and runners of all abilities are welcome to participate in Run for Knowledge.
Q: Can I bring my dog, stroller, skateboard, bike, or 4-wheeler to this event?
A: No, due to the nature of this course, the above mentioned items will not be allowed.
Q: What is this course like?
A: This course is a combination of paved roads and trail. The trail is narrow at times with rolling hills. The trail gracefully winds through the wooded areas that border Nash’s main campus.
Q: Where do I pick up my race packet?
A: Race packets can be picked up in the Continuing Education and Public Services Building.
Q: Can I register the morning of the race?
A; Yes, race day registrations will be permitted as long as the event is not sold out. We cannot guarantee your t-shirt size will be available. Early registration is strongly encouraged for this event.
Q: Where do I park?
A: Primary parking is available near the starting line. Additional parking will be conveniently located in nearby parking lots on the Nash Community College campus.
Q: What happens if there is inclement weather?
A: Come rain or shine we will still run. However, if there are any weather conditions that would make it unsafe for the runners and volunteers, the race will be delayed. Bear in mind that parts of the course may be muddy or slick which will make it more challenging (Please adjust your technique and gear as needed).
Immediately following the 5K, individual medals will be awarded in Nash Community College’s Run for Knowledge.
These medals feature our unique race logo and are custom machined on campus by NCC Machining Students.
The course record is up for grabs in this new race. With a maximum of 250 runners, your odds are high of winning a medal!
Awards will be given in the following categories for both men and women:
Overall Top 3 Male and Top 3 Female Finishers
Top 3 Male and Top 3 Females in each Age Group:
- Dogs, skates, bikes, and baby joggers are not allowed on the course.
- Runners must remain on the course and follow volunteer instructions.
- All race entries are final and no refunds will be provided.
- Transfer of race numbers is prohibited.
- Bandits and pacers are prohibited from the race. Any participant on the course without a number will be removed.
- Volunteers will be waiting at the finish line to remove timing chips. Once your chip is removed, please step away from the finish line to allow those behind you a clear line. Feel free to enjoy refreshments near the finish line.
- Jonathan Vester
Vice President Technology/CIO/SACSCOC Liaison
- Phone: 252-451-8364
- Location: 2223