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  • CCU trustees approve purchase, leases of real estate

    At its recent quarterly meeting, Coastal Carolina University’s Board of Trustees approved the purchase of 1.6 acres on S.C. 544 near the campus. The acquisition of the property, located between the main campus and the University Place (UP) student housing complex, will help fulfill CCU’s Comprehensive Master Plan, which calls for steps to be taken to connect the two areas in order to improve access to the main campus for the approximately 2,000 students housed in UP. Purchase of the property enhances the goal of establishing a pedestrian and bicycle path connecting the main campus and UP, as well as access to a parking lot scheduled to be constructed on S.C. 544 on a contiguous parcel CCU has acquired. The University will purchase the 1.6-acre property at its appraised value of $190,000.

  • CCU ranks high in affordability, return on investment

    A new study ranks Coastal Carolina University in the top tier of South Carolina colleges that offer a high return on investment (ROI).

  • CCU seeks outstanding alumni nomination

    Coastal Carolina University's Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the 2013 Outstanding Alumni awards. The deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, July 26.

  • CCU unveils new license tag

    Coastal Carolina University is rolling out a new license plate with a contemporary design of teal and bronze, featuring the Chanticleer mascot, Chauncey. The license plate is now available through the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles.

  • Dates set for 2014 Women's Leadership Conference & Celebration of Inspiring Women

    The fourth Women's Leadership Conference & Celebration of Inspiring Women has been set for Wednesday, Feb. 26, and Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, at the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel in Myrtle Beach.