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  • Master of Arts in Liberal Studies launched at CCU

    Coastal Carolina University has established a new Master of Arts in Liberal Studies degree, a 30-hour graduate program that provides students with the opportunity to pursue advanced interdisciplinary study in the humanities, arts and social sciences. 

  • Coastal Carolina University trustees set tuition

    After two years with no tuition increases for in-state students, Coastal Carolina University’s board of trustees approved a nominal increase at its quarterly meeting on May 9. 

  • Coastal Carolina University honors graduates at Spring Commencement

    A total of 889 candidates for graduation marched across the stage May 10 in Coastal Carolina University’s spring commencement ceremony at Brooks Stadium. A total of 1,081 candidates were eligible to participate in the ceremony.  

  • Big Read announces 2014-2015 book selection

    "Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Made a Nation" by John Carlin has been chosen as the required summer reading for all incoming 2014-2015 freshmen by Coastal Carolina University's Big Read Committee. 

  • CCU adds Teaching Fellows program

    Coastal Carolina University is establishing a Teaching Fellows program in its Spadoni College of Education starting in fall 2015 and is only the 11th South Carolina Teaching Fellows institution in the state to offer the program.

  • Fitch, Moody’s assign strong ratings to CCU bond issue

    Two major credit rating agencies have assigned strong ratings to a $36.6 million revenue bond series issued by Coastal Carolina University. Fitch Ratings has assigned an “A+” rating to the bond issue, and Moody’s Investor Service has assigned an “A1” rating. 

  • HUGO team at CCU releases hurricane outlook for 2014

    The Hurricane Genesis & Outlook (HUGO) Project at Coastal Carolina University anticipates a “below to near normal” hurricane season for 2014, according to its extended range forecast for the North Atlantic.