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Important Info, PLEASE READ! With the state of North Carolina moving into Phase 2, The College Store has re-opened. There will only be 5 students allowed in at a time. We highly encourage social distancing for the protection of students and employees. 

Online Orders/Shipping: We are processing online orders from 8am-5pm Monday thru Thrusday, and 8am-3pm on Friday. UPS only comes to campus once a day to pick up outgoing shipments (usually around 9:30/10:00am),  if your order is placed/processed after that time, it will most likely ship the next business day. PLEASE DO NOT SELECT NEXT DAY AIR! It is literally impossible for UPS, and unforunately, there is no way to remove the option on the website.

In store buyback  will resume on June 1st.  There will be an additional vendor visiting the store to purchase textbooks from students on Monday, June 1st and Tuesday, June 2nd. If you don't feel comfortable coming to campus, please see the textbook buyback tab for two vendors that will buy textbooks from students online. 

 Rental Returns can now be returned to the bookstore. Please have your rental returns from the Spring semester returned to the bookstore by June 15th, 2020.

Please call: (910) 938-6295 or (910) 938-6256 or email: John Mooney (mooneyj@coastalcarolina.edu) if you have any questions.

Thanks and take care,

 -John


 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.