(NEW) Microsoft Excel 2013 Formulas, VLOOKUP and PivotTables – class starts October 22 (NEW) Microsoft Excel 2013 Advanced Topics – class starts October 24 (NEW) Microsoft Office 2016 Boot Camp – Level I – class starts October 24 Digital Photography Concepts I – class starts October 25 (NEW) Introduction to SharePoint 2013 for the End-User Read More
As of August 8, 2016, Coastal Carolina Community College has new methods for signing onto computers on campus and to access Blackboard, Campus Cruiser, and WebAdvisor. Please click on these links for instructions: Accessing the MyCCCC Portal with Off-Campus Computers and/or Accessing Computers On-Campus . Note: WebAdvisor will require a second login for security reasons, however it will be the same username and password used Read More
Food contamination episodes can cost restaurants a lot of money. This food safety certification course, developed by the Education Foundation of the National Restaurant Association, is a comprehensive program for food service professionals in restaurants, hospitals, long-term care facilities, childcare facilities, and other food-handling establishments. ServSafe training prepares you to Protect against food borne illness Read More
An Employability Lab is open Monday through Wednesday 9am-1pm at the NCWorks Career Center (formerly the Employment Securities Commission) at 461 Western Blvd. in Jacksonville. Get help with your job search, resume writing, interviewing and career planning. Free to the unemployed and underemployed. Drop-in, no appointment necessary. Call 910-938-6309 for more information.
Donate to the College Foundation The Coastal Carolina Community College Foundation was created to provide financial support to Coastal Carolina Community College, beyond that which can be obtained through normal sources. State and local allocated funds sustain the basic costs of the College, but such funds never meet all the needs for facilities, equipment, scholarships, Read More
Scholarship money is available for qualified Continuing Education students. Below is a brief checklist for each scholarship. Stop by Room 109 in the Kenneth B. Hurst Continuing Education Building or call 910.938.6258 or 910.938.6309 for more information. Golden Leaf Scholarship Requires a completed application Requires recipient be attending an occupational training class of at least Read More
The mission of the CCCC Alumni and Friends Association is to form partnerships and strengthen relationships between the community, the College and its alumni. Initiatives will be based on the Association’s core values of giving back through involvement, fellowship and service. The association will be a positive, goal-oriented steward for CCCC, its mission and goals. Read More
Do you have an idea for a new class? We’re interested in hearing from you! Since we are constantly looking for new course ideas that will prepare students for employment, please give us your suggestions for job related training. Please provide us with as much information as possible using the Suggest a Class Form .