Archived Work by YearNew Talent Annual 2013
166 University Blvd, Conway, South Carolina 29526
Conway, South Carolina
Original approved by the Coastal Carolina University Board of Trustees on April 18, 1997
Update adopted by the Coastal Carolina University Board of Trustees on December 14, 2007
Update adopted by the Coastal Carolina University Board of Trustees on June 7, 2012
Update approved by the Commission on Higher Education on October 4, 2012
Coastal Carolina University is a public comprehensive liberal arts institution that seeks to develop students who are both knowledgeable in their chosen fields and prepared to be productive, responsible, healthy citizens with a global perspective. To deliver on this commitment, Coastal Carolina recruits highly qualified and motivated students, faculty, and staff from the region, state, nation, and world to create a diverse and dynamic student-centered learning environment.
Because Coastal Carolina embraces the teacher-scholar model, it places primary emphasis on high quality teaching and engaged learning, and it supports faculty research, creative activities, and expert collaboration in the community, state, nation, and world. This focus enables faculty and staff to mentor students in collaborative research, creative opportunities, and internships. To nurture this active learning community, Coastal Carolina maintains a broad range of contemporary technologies, programming, support services, and innovative course offerings and delivery methods. The result is alumni who are well prepared for professional careers or graduate programs in their chosen fields and who continue to be connected to Coastal Carolina.
Inspired by its founding in 1954 to serve the educational needs of the immediate area, Coastal Carolina has grown with the region to become a mid-sized regional comprehensive university with a tradition of a strong liberal arts core. As such, Coastal Carolina commits its resources to maintaining a population of 8,000 – 12,000 students by building baccalaureate and selective master’s programs of national and/or regional significance in the arts and sciences, business, humanities, education, and health and human services and a Ph.D. program in Marine Science. Coastal Carolina fully embraces its leadership role as a regional center of economic and intellectual resources, lifelong learning, cultural and recreational opportunities, and athletic programs.
As Coastal Carolina executes this mission, it recognizes its responsibility to be a role model to the community and to the professions by assuring fair and honest treatment of people with whom it interacts and sustainable stewardship of resources entrusted to it, adopting the highest standards of integrity and accountability, and committing itself to excellence through continuous self-improvement.
In-Stae: $4,840.00 | Out of State: $11,315.00 (per semester)
University Merit-Based Scholarships:
Coastal Carolina University is committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and recognized outstanding freshmen and transfer students through the merit scholarship program. Admitted students are automatically considered for merit-based awards. Students meeting the minimum requirements to qualify will be notified beginning December 1st for fall enrollment.
SC Palmetto Tree
South Carolina Lottery Scholarships:
Scholarships available from the State of South Carolina to eligible South Carolina residents. Both new and continuing students will be automatically considered for SC LIFE and SC Hope Scholarship eligibility. Students applying for the SC Palmetto Fellows Scholarship will need to consult their high school guidance office.
HCHEC Scholarships, Financial Aid
Horry County Higher Education Commissions Scholarships:
Scholarships available from the Horry County Higher Education Commission to students who have/will be graduating from an eligible Horry County High School. Various opportunities are available, and most require an application for consideration.
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University Application-Based Scholarships:
Beginning each December the online application will become available via Webadvisor. Both newly accepted and continuing students are eligible to apply by the March 1st deadline. Students will be notified of the results by May 1st.
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Other CCU Scholarships:
There are a variety of scholarships available to new and continuing students. Click the link for further details about each award.
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There are many organizations outside of CCU that offer a variety of scholarship opportunities. Click the link for further information.
FEDERAL AND STATE GRANTS, FEDERAL WORK STUDY AND LOANS
Cellular, Molecular Biology, and Genetics concentration
Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology concentration
Integrative Biology concentration
Communication Studies concentration
Health Communication concentration
Interactive Journalism concentration
Public Relations/Integrated Communication concentration
Early Childhood Education
Economics (B.A. and B.S.)
Exercise and Sport Science
Financial Management concentration
Financial Services concentration
Wealth Management concentration
Intelligence and National Security Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies (B.A. and B.S.)
Entrepreneurial Management concentration
General Management concentration
Human Resources Management concentration
International Management concentration
Operations and Technology Management concentration
Organizational Leadership concentration
Middle Level Education
General Studies concentration
Teacher Preparation concentration
Physical Education/Teacher Education
Environmental Physics concentration
Engineering Physics concentration
Domestic Politics concentration
Global Politics concentration
Psychology (B.A. and B.S.)
Recreation and Sport Management
Recreation Management concentration
Sport Management concentration
Resort Tourism Management *
Health and Aging concentration
Social Justice concentration
Special Education–Learning Disabilities
Design and Technology concentration
Physical Theatre concentration
Graduate Degrees and Specialized Concentrations
Master of Accountancy
Master of Business Administration
Master of Arts in Teaching
Art (PK-12) concentration
English (9-12) concentration
Mathematics (9-12) concentration
Music (PK-12) concentration
Science (9-12) concentration
Social Studies (9-12) concentration
Master of Education in Educational Leadership
Master of Education in Learning and Teaching
Early and Elementary Grades concentration
Instructional Technology concentration
Special Education High Incidence Disabilities concentration
Master of Arts in Writing
Master of Science in Coastal Marine and Wetland Studies
Ph.D. in Marine Science: Coastal and Marine Systems Science
Applied Computing and Information Systems
We envision an association of alumni that plays a vital role in creating community through inspiration and celebration of achievement.
We are dedicated to building, supporting and sustaining meaningful connections and networks that enable:
our university to advance within the community and beyond
our shared experiences and relationships to sustain through generations.
We employ four core values identified by the Alumni Board to guide our overall mandate. These four core values are:
Honesty - the value by which the work of the board is communicated
Inclusivity - the value that provides for and manages procedures to meet membership where they are.
Quality - the value that we adhere to in all activities, events, communications and duties of the Board.
Accountability - the value that is instilled in all working structures, documentation and communication the Board undertakes.
Please send feedback to the Board by e-mailing the Alumni Office.
On Campus Clubs
The Accounting Club is the CCU student chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants, a national professional organization. The club’s purpose is to provide students with information about the accounting profession, career planning and graduate studies, as well as social and professional networking. All students are eligible to join. For more information, visit www.imanet.org or contact Sheila Mitchell, faculty adviser, at email@example.com. You may also visit the Accounting Club's Coastal Connections webpage.
The Coastal Entrepreneur Organization (CEO) is designed to support the student entrepreneur. No matter the major, if you want to run your own business, lead organizations in fundraising or make a living following your passion, this is the club for you! WE ARE A CLUB ABOUT DREAMING AND DOING! This organization is focused on hands-on experience in planning, starting and running businesses, and other revenue-generating operations. The club also engages in outreach and education about entrepreneurship. We provide a forum for socializing and supporting each other as we follow our passions and network with others who have successfully done just that. For more information, contact Janice Black at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit the Coastal Entrepreneur Organization (CEO) Coastal Connections webpage.
The Economics Club provides a networking and practical education environment for students interested in economics. Membership is open to all students. Past club-sponsored events include the campus salvage program at CCU, a successful donations drive for an Iraqi orphanage and student-driven research projects. Future plans include bringing in speakers from the business community. For more information, please contact Robert Salvino, adviser, in Wall 301J or by email at email@example.com.
The Finance Club provides a networking and practical-education environment for finance students, however any student is welcome to join to learn about the financial industry. Club leaders invite professional speakers from the business community, plan seminars on the career-planning process, provide small practical application pertaining to investing and travel to various organizations around the United States. Club leaders also offer new members academic direction within the Wall College of Business. The club is also affiliated with the Financial Management Association (FMA), which is an international, professional organization of financial executives, analysts, professors and students who live and work around the world. FMA is currently the largest finance organization devoted to bridging the gap between finance theory and practice. For more information, contact faculty adviser Minhua Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Coastal Connections webpage.
The goal of the Hospitality Adventure Student Organization (HASO) is to provide an environment for the exploration of numerousopportunities for professional and business development that the hospitality industry offers. HASO is open to all CCU majors. Do you want to work in a beautiful resort or any other segment of the hospitality or tourism industry? Think of yourself having fun and building a lucrative career. For more information, contact faculty advisor Bomi Kang at email@example.com or president Daniel Nappi at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit HASO's Coastal Connections webpage.
Jaycees (Junior Chamber) Organization
The Jaycees Organization is an international organization. Junior Chamber International (JCI) is its international arm, with nearly 200,000 young active citizens and over five million alumni, including several world leaders. The United States Junior Chamber exists for active young citizens ages 18 to 40, who bring energy and insight to solving problems locally and around the world. Becoming a member of the Jaycees is a step in the right direction if you are looking to branch out, meet new people, become a civic leader, find new challenges, develop professional skills and make new connections locally, nationally and internationally. For more information visit coastal.collegiatelink.net/organization/jaycees or jci.cc/local/media/usa.
The goal of the Marketing Club is to provide students with the training and tools they will need to succeed in the marketing profession. Students work with local, regional and national companies by conducting marketing research and spearheading various projects, which helps them gain hands-on experience outside of the classroom. They also host speakers from a variety of different companies and organizations throughout the semester. For more information, contact Paul Clark, faculty adviser, at email@example.com. You may also visit the Marketing Club's Coastal Connections webpage.
The PGA Golf Management Club is an organization based around the PGA Golf Management Program. Throughout the year, events include golf tournaments, guest speakers, and socials. Membership is open to PGA Golf Management students only. For more information, please contact Gil Feagin, adviser, in Wall 122 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rotaract clubs are part of a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world. This effort starts at the community level but knows no limits in its outreach. Rotaractors have access to the many resources of Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation. Rotary International provides the administrative support that helps Rotaract clubs thrive. Membership is by invitation only. For more information, contact Porter Medley at email@example.com. You may also visit Rotaract's Coastal Connections webpage.
The mission of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) club is to provide an opportunity for its members to increasemanagement skills and expertise through participationin programs and services designed to improve the professional quality of their knowledge, performance, and leadership ability.The SHRM interacts with students, the community, and other SHRM organizations across the country in pursuit of that goal. SHRM is open to all students at CCU. For more information, please contact Brenda Estep at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit SHRM's Coastal Connections webpage.