CCU Black Alumni Chapter
Join the Coastal Carolina Black Alumni Chapter
Join the Coastal Carolina University Black Alumni Chapter by making a minimum $35 gift to the Pat Singleton-Young Student Leadership Annual Scholarship. With your contribution of $35 you will receive a CCU Alumni Association membership card valid for one year. Your CCU Alumni Association membership card will be mailed to you with a list of Alumni benefits.
About the CCU Black Alumni Chapter
The Coastal Carolina University Black Alumni Chapter supports the University by providing an avenue of continued relationship building with black alumni, scholarship fundraising and fostering undergraduate mentorship. We are a diverse body of alumni who take pride in our heritage and support the continued diversification of our alma mater.
Pat Singleton-Young, who began working at CCU in 1979, is the director of multicultural student services. She graduated from then-Coastal Carolina College in 1975 and earned a master's degree in 1978. She held the first membership chair of the CCU Alumni Association when it was founded in 1976. Proceeds from this year's Gospel Sing Out will benefit the Pat Singleton-Young Student Leadership Annual Scholarship, an award that ranges from $250 to $500 that is given to CCU students participating in on-campus multicultural programs and activities.
- Connect black alumni with the CCU alumni association through increased participation at association events and representation in University affairs
- Contribute to the annual cultivation and endowment of the Pat Young-Singleton Student Leadership Annual Scholarship
- Encourage consistent and increased engagement between the black undergraduate student body and black alumni
- Educate and support members and the CCU community on black history and affairs
- Ryan Wilson, chair
- Tabitha James, vice chair
- Octavia Drummond, financial accounts and fundraising chair
- Keri McKelvey, secretary
- Meghan Delaney, social and networking events chair
- Harold Johnson, social media and membership engagement chair
- Cameron Pearson, member
- Amber Campbell, leadership consult
- Woody Ford, leadership consult