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Department of Marine Science
Coastal Carolina University
PO Box 261954
Conway, SC 29528

Coastal Science Center
in the Atlantic Center
(refer to the Campus Map).

Contact Susan Soucy at soucy@coastal.edu
or call


843-349-2219 (phone)
843-349-2545 (fax)

Marine Oriented Clubs

CCU Fishing Club
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/fishingclub

Our purpose is to expose members to different kinds of fishing, teach conservation, and above all have a good time.


Coastal Elasmobranch Society (CES)
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/coastalelasmobranchsocietymarine
The CES is a society devoted to raising funds for the scientific study of living and fossil chondrichthyans (sharks, skates, rays and chimaeras).


Coastal Marine Wetlands
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/coastalmarinewetlands
The goal of this organization shall be to unite the graduate and upper class undergraduate students body though the sharing of mutual academic interest and experiences.

Coastal Saltwater Anglers
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/coastalsaltwateranglers
Coastal Carolina students addicted to saltwater fishing. Southern Kingfish Association Division 9 Open Class Tournament Team


Coastal Sea Turtle Club
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/seaturtleclub
The goal of this organization is to increase the interest and education of sea turtles and their conservation


Coastal Underwaters Divers Association (CUDA)
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/coastalunderwaterdiversassociations
CUDA is the SCUBA diving club at Coastal Carolina University. Everyone is welcome - divers and non-divers


EcoReps
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/ecorep

The Eco-Rep Program at Coastal Carolina University is designed to create awareness about sustainability and inspire behavior change through programming and educational initiatives at the university


Students for Environmental Action
https://coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/studentsforevironmentalaction
While participating in clean-ups, recycling programs, and environmental talks, SEA looks to improve the natural quality of life at Coastal and its surrounding areas. SEA also takes trips kayaking, hiking, and visiting facilities that impact the environment. This club is open to anyone, so if you are about our planet and want to help make a difference come check it out.