The purpose of the CFCC bond is to keep our local economy strong by providing increased access to affordable education and job training opportunities. Specifically, the bond will provide funds for three new classroom buildings located on property the college already owns. Two of the buildings will be located in downtown Wilmington and one at the North Campus on Blue Clay Rd.

The image below show the current site plan for bond projects at downtown Wilmington campus.

Proposed site plans for bond projects at the downtown campus

Proposed site plans for bond projects at the downtown campus

The Buildings Include:

“Union Station” Classrooms and Student Services

This building will provide much needed classrooms to alleviate overcrowding in general education courses and provide more space for student services like financial aid, counseling, job placement and others.

Location: Downtown Wilmington

Humanities and Fine Arts Building

This facility will provide expanded and updated class room space for Humanities and fine arts classes.

Location: Downtown Wilmington

Advanced & Emerging Technologies Center Training Space for Customized Industry

This building will provide much needed high-tech lab space offer increased customized job training to attract new businesses to the area and help existing businesses expand and add more jobs.

This update North Campus map shows the proposed location of the Advanced/Emerging Technology building

This update North Campus map shows the proposed location of the Advanced/Emerging Technology building

Location: North Campus on Blue Clay Rd.