The Coastal Comeback Plan is the University’s plan for academic instruction on campus in Fall 2020. The action plans on this website explain in detail how the Coastal Comeback Plan will be implemented in all areas.
All members of the Coastal Carolina University are expected to abide by the policies, procedures, and protocols outlined in this comeback plan. Failure to do so places yourself and others at risk and may result in disciplinary action.
You can view specific areas of the plan or read the entire action plan by navigating the site below.
Classes began for Coastal Carolina University students and faculty for the Fall 2020 semester on Wednesday, Aug. 19. For the first couple of weeks, all instruction at the University will be online. On Sep. 8, students can choose whether they want to continue taking classes virtually or move into the classroom for face-to-face learning.
With distancing requirements in place, Kimbel Library and the Bryan Information Commons at Coastal Carolina University have a reduced number of seats this fall. That being the case, a new seat reservation system has been established. Individuals can now pick the seat that they want, reserve it, and confidently enter the library knowing that they have a place to sit and work.