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Coastal Carolina University and the city of Myrtle Beach broke ground on a new theatre facility on July 22.

July 22, 2024

CCU and the city of Myrtle Beach break ground on a new theatre facility

Theatre, Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts
President Michael T. Benson

June 21, 2024

CCU President Michael T. Benson to serve in leadership roles in the Sun Belt Conference and Omicron Delta Kappa

Office of the President
Gupta College ceremony

June 20, 2024

CCU releases new details about its proposed community-focused Convocation Center

Board of Trustees
Chance Miller

June 13, 2024

Chance Miller named vice president for intercollegiate athletics and University recreation at CCU

Board of Trustees, Chanticleer Athletics
CCU board of trustees announces tuition rates will not increase for the 2024-25 academic year, marking the sixth consecutive year tuition for South Carolina residents has not increased

June 6, 2024

CCU board of trustees announces tuition rates will not increase for the 2024-25 academic year

Board of Trustees
Tiffany Hollis receives Excellence in Equity Award

May 23, 2024

CCU’s Tiffany Hollis receives Excellence in Equity Award from American Consortium for Equity in Education

Faculty, Research
Shawn McDonald

May 22, 2024

CCU’s Shawn McDonald selected for DAAD RISE Germany to conduct research on AI-based optics in self-driving cars

Research, Gupta College of Science
New LIFE program assessment app developed by CCU ITS results in an invitation to Apple’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day

May 15, 2024

New LIFE program assessment app developed by CCU ITS results in an invitation to Apple’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Research
CCU Arboretum has earned 2023 distinction through the Tree Campus Higher Education program

May 14, 2024

CCU Arboretum has earned 2023 distinction through the Tree Campus Higher Education program

Environment
New CCU-branded Costa Rican RainForest Artesian Water in aluminum bottles support campus sustainability efforts

April 10, 2024

New CCU-branded Costa Rican RainForest Artesian Water in aluminum bottles support campus sustainability efforts

Environment
CCU breaks ground on PGA Golf Management Program Academic Learning Lab at Hackler Golf Course

March 25, 2024

CCU breaks ground on PGA Golf Management Program Academic Learning Lab at Hackler Golf Course

Board of Trustees, Chanticleer Athletics, Wall
Three Sisters, which originally opened in 1901 at the Moscow Art Theatre, traces the lives of Olga, Masha, and Irina Prozorov, who live within the confines of a provincial town and dream of one day traveling to Moscow. Steven Higginbotham, professor and chair of CCU’s Department of Theatre, directs the production.  “In bringing [Three Sisters] to the stage in 2024, we sought to find a way into the

March 20, 2024

CCU’s Department of Theatre presents Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters

Theatre, Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts
CCU launches South Carolina’s first space satellite program

February 28, 2024

CCU launches South Carolina’s first space satellite program

Faculty, Research
Hicks Mural 3

January 16, 2024

CCU unveils student-, alumni-created mural in Hicks Dining Hall

Environment
Project BICYCLES

October 12, 2023

CCU faculty members receive five-year grant to prepare early childhood and special education teachers for workforce

Faculty
Students watch the Cookout Southern 500

September 13, 2023

From classroom to pit road: Coastal Carolina University students get rare inside look at the 2023 Cook Out Southern 500

Environment
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