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ATTN: The College Store will be closed effective Monday, March 30, 2020 at 5:00pm until further notice. Please contact John Mooney via email (mooneyj@coastalcarolina.edu) to set up an appointment if you are in need of a textbook for your course.

Coastal Carolina Community College Students:

As a result of North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s latest executive order which takes effect Monday, March 30, 2020, at 5:00 p.m., your college’s senior administrative team met last evening and earlier this afternoon to discuss the possible implications.

Efforts have been and continue to be made in order to ensure that you have the opportunity to meet your educational goals during this challenging time.

While limited face-to-face classes which accommodate law enforcement and our active duty military are continuing, all others have been transitioned to a remote learning format. Plans are now necessary to also curtail a number of face-to-face support services, including the library and academic counseling. For those of you who have continued to come onto campus over the past two weeks utilizing various services, you may return this coming Monday, the 30th, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. in order for the staff to help you with continued support through remote means if possible. Beyond Monday and until such time as the COVID-19 restrictions subside, face-to-face services will be approved on a case-by-case basis.

It is my hope that you, your family, and friends will remain healthy and safe through this difficult time. Please know that your faculty and staff remain committed to your success.

We wish you the best.

David L. Heatherly
President
Coastal Carolina Community College
444 Western Boulevard
Jacksonville, NC  28546

 

Coastal Carolina Community College evolved out of a need to provide higher education and training to the people of Onslow County, to improve their quality of life, to help them achieve their dreams, and to make this community a better place to live.

As early as 1957, the State of North Carolina recognized the need to offer additional post-high school education and training for its residents. By 1962, the General Assembly approved the development of twenty industrial education centers. The next year, the Onslow County Board of Education and the Superintendent of Public Schools, Mr. J. Paul Tyndall, asked the Onslow County Commissioners to purchase forty acres on U.S. Highway 17 to establish an industrial education center as a satellite of the Lenoir County Technical Institute.