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  • CCU offers free tax prep assistance through VITA

    Free tax assistance will be available at Coastal Carolina University through Wednesday, March 30, through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service.

  • CCU Symphonic Band members selected for S.C. Intercollegiate Band

    Nine student musicians from the Coastal Carolina University Symphonic Band were selected out of more than 300 statewide collegiate performers to play in the 2016 South Carolina College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Intercollegiate Band.

  • CCU graduate first to receive Trustee Award

    Colton Pickrell, of Zanesville, Ohio, is the first Coastal Carolina University graduate to be awarded the recently established Trustee Award, which gives $5,000 to every student who completes a bachelor’s degree in three years. Pickrell graduated in December 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in economics.

  • New art exhibit ‘Quantum Continuum’ opens at CCU

    Artist Denise Stewart-Sanabria’s work will be featured in her solo exhibition “Quantum Continuum,” which runs through Friday, April 1, in the Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery at Coastal Carolina University. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

  • CCU Swain Scholars develop survey as part of homelessness study

    Three Coastal Carolina University students have initiated a research project about homelessness in Horry County.

  • Groundbreaking held for new CCU academic building

    A groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, Feb. 5, cleared the way for the new Academic and Office Building II on the Coastal Carolina University campus.

  • CCU hosts after-school ethics academy for sixth-graders

    Coastal Carolina University hosted an after-school program on Feb. 15 run by the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values to teach middle-school students about ethics and leadership. The theme of this year’s academy was “Leave No Trace: How to act responsibly in nature.”

  • Terri DeCenzo receives Order of the Silver Crescent

    Terri DeCenzo, executive director of Women in Philanthropy and Leadership (WIPL) for Coastal Carolina University, has been awarded the Order of the Silver Crescent by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. The award, one of the state’s highest honors, is given to individuals for significant contributions, leadership, volunteerism and lifelong influence within a region or community of the state.

  • CCU professor’s book recognized as ‘best scholarly title’

    A book by Coastal Carolina University professor Pamela Martin was recently acknowledged as one of the best scholarly titles in 2015 by Choice magazine, which claims an audience of more than 22,000 people.