Sew On with Sewing Skills! The Sewing Skills Multi Level courses cover sewing techniques from sewing on a button to making a garment and houseware items. The instruction is suited to meet the students’ needs and requested goals. Whether you want to learn a new stitch, work with patterns to create a new outfit or Read More
This course is the foundation for most medical office courses. Learn and master medical terminology by moving step-by-step through more than 1000 prefixes, root words and suffixes grouped by body systems. This course is a prerequisite for Certified Medical Administrative Assistant, Electronic Health Records, Medical Coding Specialist and Medical Billing Specialist programs. 96 hours. $180 Read More
This course is designed to provide Licensed Public Notary’s with the information, training, and procedures to become an approved NC eNotary. All course material and topics will be taught as per the NC Secretary of State Office. 3.5 hours. $70 (Ins. $1.00) Class Prerequisite: To be eligible to take this course students must be a Read More
Coastal offers entry-level education and training to be used for state licensure or renewal as a Substance Abuse Counselor. The program begins in January and will complete in December. Students will be trained by experienced Substance Abuse Professionals who will provide high-quality instruction and guidance to students to achieve their goals and succeed in the Read More
Volume 21 of Coastal’s annual collection of student art and writing is now available! >>Download the 2017 New River Anthology
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
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