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  • CCU opens Celebration of Inquiry to community

    Coastal Carolina University announces its 2014 Celebration of Inquiry from March 31 through April 3, a four-day conference of invited speakers, presentations and entertainment based on the theme “The Human Spirit: Overcoming Adversity to Accomplish Greatness.” The community is invited to attend at no charge and to submit proposals for programs. 

  • Indoor track leads in All-Decade teams

    A total of 17 Coastal Carolina University student-athletes were selected to the Big South Conference Women’s Indoor Track and Field All-Decade Teams. Part of the Big South’s 30th anniversary celebration, the all-decade teams were determined by conference administrators and fan voting.

  • CCU offers free tax assistance through VITA

    Free tax assistance will be available at Coastal Carolina University Tuesday, Feb. 18, through Thursday, April 3, through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service. The University's accounting students will prepare and e-file basic tax returns for taxpayers with earnings of less than $50,000.

  • CCU moves to acquire University Boulevard from SC DOT

    At its quarterly meeting Friday, Coastal Carolina University’s board of trustees approved a measure that will allow CCU to acquire University Boulevard, the campus’ main entrance road, through a donation from the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SC DOT).

  • CCU Director of Athletics Yurachek resigns, accepts post at University of Houston

    Coastal Carolina University Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek announced his resignation to accept a position at the University of Houston as Associate Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.

  • Hobcaw Barony art to be exhibited at CCU

    “Out of Hobcaw,” a selection of watercolor and mixed-media painting detailing the local history of Hobcaw Barony, will be on exhibition at Coastal Carolina University’s Rebecca Randall Bryan Gallery from March 10 to April 4. The exhibit is free and open to the publi

  • CCU students sweep ADDY (student) awards

    Coastal Carolina University graphic design students were well represented in the student division of the 2013 ADDY Awards, hosted by the American Advertising Federation-Coastal Carolinas.

  • CCU partners with Grand Strand Technology Council

    Coastal Carolina University has entered into a formal agreement with the Grand Strand Technology Council to sponsor robotics and other science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs in Horry and Georgetown counties. Programs include after school projects, summer camps, competitions and other activities that give K-12 students meaningful learning experiences in math and science.