Technology Resources

We have assembled a list of information and resources for our community as we navigate the Coronavirus Pandemic. If you have any additional questions or concerns, Please contact Emily Ellis at

Class updates

Coastal Students check and use your account for information from your instructors and the College. Personal emails may be filtered out by spam filters and not reach your instructor.  If you have difficulty accessing your account, please contact the helpdesk at or 910 938 6123.

Writer’s Center

Writer’s Center

Students can make appointments through the Writer’s Center(WC) Online tab in their MyCCCC Portal. The instructions for making online appointments are there, including video tutorials. Students are able to schedule time online with one of our English Instructors. You can also review the information on the Writers Center page here-
If you have questions, please call one of the Writer’s Center Coordinators during operating hours (M-Th 9-3, F 9-1) and leave your name and phone number as a voicemail. Your call will be returned promptly. Or email the WC at

If there are questions or troubles, email The coordinators are “on call” during our normal operating hours.

Math Lab

The Math Lab

Coastal Carolina Community College’s math lab is operating remotely meeting using Blackboard Collaborate- please send your questions to

CIS Tutoring

CIS Tutoring

CIS tutoring is available through Blackboard Collaborate. Students should contact their instructor for sign up information.

Library (LRC)

Library (LRC)

All library resources are available on the Coastal Library website. Students can make virtual research appointments with a Coastal librarian Monday-Friday from 8:00 am-5:00 pm by emailing If students need help after 5:00 pm, ChatStaff is a 24/7 reference service provided by librarians in the state of North Carolina. Click here for all your research and information needs.

RedShelf - Student Books


In need of textbooks? RedShelf Responds is an effort to help students that are not able to have access to their textbooks, and they are offering students using their free ebook access to the ebooks on their website until May 25th.
students need to use their (.edu) email address

In order for students to receive free access to ebooks, they need to follow these steps:

1. They need to go to

2. At the bottom on the page, students are able to search materials listed on RedShelf. 

3. Once they find the book they are looking for, they click “View Details,” which brings them to a log in page. 

4. They are able to log in or create their own account. 

5. Once in their account, it will allow each student to add up to 7 ebooks to their Shelf.