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  • Gift establishes center for real estate and economic development at CCU

    A new center at Coastal Carolina University, established through a major gift from Tony and Carrie Grant of Murrells Inlet, will serve as an information hub for real estate and economic data. In recognition of their generosity, the center will be named the Grant Center for Real Estate and Economic Development and will be housed in CCU’s E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration.

  • Coastal Carolina University trustees approve Brooks Stadium expansion

    At its meeting Dec. 11, the board of trustees of Coastal Carolina University authorized the University administration to move forward with plans to enhance Brooks Stadium at a cost not to exceed $38 million. The expansion is being planned in response to the recent announcement that CCU’s athletic programs will join the Sun Belt Conference effective July 1, 2016. The design, by Stubbs Muldrow Herin Architects partnered with Heery International, will increase the seating capacity at Brooks Stadium to meet NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) requirements.

  • 2016 Class of Jackson Scholars inducted

    Eight Coastal Carolina University students have been named as the 2016 Jackson Scholars, a student leadership program sponsored by the University’s Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values.  

  • Coastal Carolina University honors fall graduating class

    President's Award recipients Danielle Hennessy (second from left) and Kathryn Smith (second from right) pose with Provost Ralph Byington and President David DeCenzo an the commencement ceremony on Friday. A third recipient, Sarah Carlisle Mills, was recognized on Saturday.

    In her remarks to Coastal Carolina University’s fall graduation candidates, commencement speaker Molly M. Spearman advised the Class of 2015 not to forget their roots as they go forward in their lives and careers.