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  • CCU board of trustees welcomes new member

    Fred “Trip” DuBard of Florence has been selected to serve on Coastal Carolina University’s Board of Trustees as an at-large member. 

  • CCU seeks nominations for outstanding alumni

    Coastal Carolina University’s Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the 2014 Alumnus of the Year award and the Young Alumnus of the Year award. The deadline for submitting nominations is 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 6.

  • CCU announces Ed.S. in Educational Leadership degree

    Coastal Carolina University has established a new academic program, the Educational Specialist in Leadership degree (Ed.S.). The program, which will be offered beginning in the Fall 2014 semester, is designed to provide advanced professional studies in graduate-level coursework for educators interested in becoming school district-level leaders or in further developing their professional skills and dispositions.

  • Mixed media painter coming to CCU to display art

    The Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery at Coastal Carolina University will present the work of Tennessee contemporary painter and mixed media artist, Herb Rieth, from Monday, July 7, through Thursday, Aug. 7. The exhibition is free and open to the public. 

  • Student earns CCU degree at commencement in China

    Coastal Carolina University President David DeCenzo and Associate Provost for Global Initiatives Darla Domke-Damonte recently addressed a gathering of more than 200 presidents and senior administrators of Chinese and American universities at a graduation ceremony in Hothot, Inner Mongolia, China.

  • CCU releases HUGO update for June

    According to its latest update, the HUGO Hurricane Landfall Outlook Program at Coastal Carolina University is still anticipating a “below to near normal” hurricane season for 2014.