Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute was founded in 1964 as Caldwell Technical Institute. Dr. H. Edwin Beam was the first president of the college. The college adopted its current name in 1970. It is often referred to as CCC&TI. The main campus of this public, community college is located in Hudson, North Carolina, united states. It has another campus, known as the Watauga campus, located in Boone, North Carolina. CCC&TI is part of the North Carolina Community College System. It enrolls approximately 4,000 students annually. The college offers more than 100 degree and diploma programs in diverse areas of study.
The athletic teams of CCC&TI participate in various sports including men's and women's basketball, men's golf, and women's volleyball. The men's sports teams are known as the Cobras, and the women's teams are called the Lady Cobras.
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