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  • CCU's baseball stadium ranks ninth in college sports

    Coastal Carolina University’s Springs Brooks Stadium is among the top 25 stadiums in college baseball, according to a recent list published by
    Springs Brooks Stadium, home of the 2016 College World Champion baseball team, ranked ninth on the Best Ballpark Overall list, ahead of Alabama (No. 12), Auburn (No. 23) and former Big South rival Liberty (No. 22). Coastal’s new stadium received five first-place votes; a total of 163 college head coaches and sports information directors cast votes.

  • Gravely joins the CCU Office for Philanthropy

    Hatton Gravely has been named director of Women in Philanthropy and Leadership (WIPL) for Coastal Carolina University.

  • Coastal Carolina University‚Äôs rank rises in US News & World Report Best Colleges list

    Coastal Carolina University moved up slightly in the 2017 edition of the U.S. News and World Report “Best College” annual rankings. CCU was ranked 62nd in the Best Regional Universities (South) category, after tying for 63rd in last year’s report.

  • CCU awarded major NSF grant for undergraduate research -

    Coastal Carolina University has been awarded a $325,000 grant to serve as a three-year site for the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). This is the first REU award that CCU has received.

  • U.S. Marine Band to perform free concert at CCU

    The President’s Own United States Marine Band will perform a concert at Coastal Carolina University at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6, in Wheelwright Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public; however, tickets are required and are limited to four per request.

  • Swain Scholars named at CCU for 2016-2017

    Two juniors at Coastal Carolina University have been named the 2016-2017 Swain Scholars for the College of Science. Swain Scholars work on community health outreach and research projects designed to improve the health of Horry County residents.

  • CCU releases cultural arts calendar for Fall 2016

    The Fall 2016 Coastal Carolina University Cultural Arts Calendar is now available in print and online with offerings ranging from lectures, art exhibits and films to musical and theatrical performances. Featured guests include nationally renowned authors, speakers and musicians in addition to CCU faculty and students.

  • Community nonprofits sought for collaboration with CCU

    Coastal Carolina University will host its fourth annual Campus and Community Research Collaborative Luncheon on Friday, Oct. 7, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Kline Hospitality Suite of Brooks Stadium. The event connects faculty members with community organizations as partners.