The World at CCU
Dr. Rashimah Rajah served as our second professor invited through the CCU International Visiting Lecturer Program from January - March 2017. Dr. Rajah taught three management courses at the Wall College of Business and delivered a Professional Development Activity about studying in Germany. Though she is originally from Singapore, Dr. Rajah came to Coastal Carolina University from Hochschule Koblenz RheinAhrCampus in Remagen, Germany, one of CCU’s partner universities, where she teaches management and serves as an international coordinator. Students from Coastal Carolina University can take coursework in business or health sciences taught in English at Remagen as part of a semester or year-long exchange. For more information about studying in Remagen, please visit www.coastal.edu/studyabroad or click here. For more information about the international visiting lecturer program, click here.
Inaugural Roundtable Discussion on Global Issues: Immigration
February 14, 2017
CCU organizes panel to deepen understanding of the complexity of issues surrounding immigration and gives a glimpse at many people's lived experience as immigrants. Click here to learn more »
International Internship and Study Abroad Expo
February 7, 2017
Over 183 CCU students learned about international internship and study abroad opportunities at the first International Internship and Study Abroad Expo held on February 7. A wide range of programs are available to all CCU students at affordable rates.
U.S. Ambassador Robert Barber presented the keynote address at the 2016 Celebration of Inquiry at Coastal Carolina University.
Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations Paul Meyer with CCU students during the 2016 Great Decisions Program
Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations Paul Meyer interacted with CCU students after his speech as a part of the 2016 Great Decisions Program.