About the Program
Coastal Education and Leadership (CEaL) is an intensive immersion summer program at Coastal Carolina University that offers students who have been conditionally admitted to the University an opportunity to successfully complete six academic credit hours in order to become fully admitted to CCU. CEaL provides students with an early start in their transition to campus life and runs during the Summer II session. This program is a four-week, residential, academic and leadership program for incoming freshmen who have been contingently admitted to the University. The CEaL Program provides students with rigorous coursework in two college level courses and an Academic Strategy Development course. Students will be enrolled in both an English course and have the option to rank their interest in their second enrolled course, which will be either a History, Philosophy, Political Science or Communications course.
In addition to having the opportunity to successfully complete six academic credits and become a Chanticleer, students will have the benefit of early contact with CCU faculty and staff members to discuss their academic and professional goals. Successful completion of this summer intensive program will award students full admission status into Coastal Carolina University.
Tuesday, July 9th - CEaL students move onto campus
Wednesday, July 10th and Thursday, July 11th - CEaL students attend New Student Orientation
*CEaL students call (843) 349-2027 to register for NSO.
Friday, July 12th - Sunday, July 14th - CEaL CINO Quest
*This is included as part of the CEaL program.
Monday, July 15th - Summer II classes begin
Friday, August 9th - Summer II classes end
For More Information
Daphne Holland, Ph.D.
Assistant Provost of Student Success Initiatives
Coastal Carolina University
Kearns Hall, Suite 105