New Facilities at CFCC

Union Station

Designed as a tribute to the city of Wilmington’s early 20th century building of the same name, Union Station is one of Cape Fear Community College’s newest and largest facilities.

Union Station is a a 250,000-square-foot academic and administrative building on the northern side of CFCC’s Wilmington campus.

The five-story, $54.5 million building provides additional space, 36 total classrooms, and labs–for CFCC’s health sciences programs. The Health science labs include state-of-the-art simulated operating and emergency rooms–complete with computerized interactive dummies as “patients”–and control rooms where instructors can observe students while they practice procedures. Union Station also includes computer labs and labs for biology, chemistry and anatomy.

Union Station also consolidates student services in a centralized location and will provides space for financial aid, veteran affairs, career and testing offices, student activities and counseling to operate under one roof.

In addition to administrative offices, the top floor features a conference suite with an open-air terrace that overlooks the Cape Fear River and downtown Wilmington. Businesses and community organizations can rent these facilities.

Front Entrance of the Union Station Building

Advanced and Emerging Technologies Center

The Advanced and Emerging Technologies Center (AETC) will be used to expand current job training programs that are in high demand  and provide additional space for new job training programs. The project will also provide space for customized industry training to help businesses become more efficient and competitive.

Visit the AETC website for more information.

Advanced & Emerging Technologies Center

Humanities and Fine Arts Center

Prominently located on Third St. at the northern entrance to historic downtown Wilmington, the CFCC Humanities & Fine Arts Center adds state-of-the-art learning spaces for our region’s students and adult learners in an over 159,000 sq. ft. facility.

The Center will add a major new performance venue to southeastern North Carolina. The over-1,500-1,600 seat performance theater – the largest in the area – is designed to accommodate Broadway touring productions, concerts, symphonic performances, recitals, symposiums, and other events. The performance hall will offer professional-quality lighting systems, rigging, acoustics and orchestra equipment, and will boast two tiers of balconies and two levels of opera boxes for a variety of seating options.

Visit the HFAC website for more information.

A rendering of the Humanities and Fine Arts Center

Alston Burke Campus at Surf City

CFCC’s Surf City campus features a 12,000 square-foot, single story classroom facility containing six classrooms, one allied health lecture hall, one allied health lab, a media center, a conference room and office.

The Surf City campus is located on a 24-acre site off on N.C. Hwy 210. The property was donated to the college by the late Alston W. Burke in 2008.

CFCC's Alston Burke campus in Surf City, NC