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  • Gilmore named National Coach of the Year

    After leading Coastal Carolina to its first-ever trip to the 2016 College World Series, Chanticleer head coach Gary Gilmore has been named to National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association National Coach of the Year.

  • Baseball team visits hospital in Omaha

    OMAHA, Neb. – The Coastal Carolina baseball team, fresh off its win over #1 Florida Sunday night, took time Monday morning to visit the Nebraska Medical Center and its pediatric patients.

  • Coastal Baseball honored for academic success at College World Series

    OMAHA, Neb. – During the opening ceremonies Friday night at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, the Coastal Carolina baseball program and sophomore pitcher Bobby Holmes were recognized for academic excellence.

  • CCU partners with Barnes & Noble College to manage campus bookstore

    Coastal Carolina University (CCU) has named Barnes & Noble College as the new operator of its campus bookstore known as the Chanticleer Store. The transition will take effect Thursday, July 7.

  • Amelia Toelke’s ‘Bilingual’ art exhibit to open at CCU

    Artist Amelia Toelke’s exhibit “Bilingual” will be featured in Coastal Carolina University’s Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery from July 18 to Aug. 25, featuring artwork with both traditional and modern elements. Admission is free and open to the public. The artist’s reception on Thursday, Aug. 25, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., is also open t the public.

  • CEal program triples in size in two years

    Nearly 150 high school graduates have been accepted into the Coastal Excellence and Leadership (CEaL) program at Coastal Carolina University for the 2016 summer session.

    In 2014, the first year of the program, 54 students were accepted; in 2015, there were 79 students enrolled.

  • CCU on Best Oceanside Universities and Colleges list

    Coastal Carolina University has been named in the top 50 of the best oceanside colleges and universities in the country in an annual ranking by College Choice.

  • CCU’s Archarios wins national Silver ADDY

    Archarios, Coastal Carolina University’s student art and literary magazine, recently won a silver ADDY for second place in the American Advertising Federation awards (AAF) for the 2015 issue of the magazine.

  • CCU Alumni Association accepting awards nominations

    Nominations are now being accepted for two annual awards that honor alumni of Coastal Carolina University. Award recipients are chosen by a panel of faculty judges, which considers integrity, loyalty, leadership and civic involvement of the nominees.