Intramural Activities

The CFCC Intramural Program is specifically designed to provide opportunities for students, faculty and staff to have fun, socialize, manage stress and improve personal health and wellness by participating in organized competitive sports and recreational activities.

The intramural program includes a wide variety of events. Past activities have included a table tennis tournament, 3 on 3 basketball, kickball, volleyball, Corn Hole, NFL Pick ’em, NCAA Basketball Bracket Buster, Paper Rock Scissors Tournament, and other competitive activities based upon the overall interest of the CFCC students, faculty, and staff. General information and registration materials for intramural sports may be obtained through the Student Activities Office in L 112.

Intramural Activities Schedule – 2017-2018 Calendar- COMING SOON!


Each month Student Activities will provide some health tips to help our students/faculty/staff.
Note:  All Health Tips are just suggestions, and our at the discretion of the reader to use accordingly.

Monthly Health Tip: Provided By Carolina Cove Apartments


Sun safety is always in season, and it’s important to protect your skin from sun damage throughout the year, no matter the weather. Why? Exposure to the sun can cause sunburn, skin aging (such as skin spots, wrinkles, or “leathery skin”), eye damage, and skin cancer, the most common of all cancers.

And skin cancer is on the rise in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates there were more than 71,943 people diagnosed with melanoma of the skin—the most serious form of skin cancer—in 2013 alone. About 4.3 million people are treated for basal cell cancer and squamous cell skin cancer in the United States every year, according to a 2014 report from the Office of the Surgeon General.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is continuing to evaluate sunscreen products to ensure available sunscreens help protect consumers from sunburn. If products claim to help protect from skin cancer and early skin aging caused by the sun, the FDA also evaluates these products to ensure they help protect consumers from these issues when used as directed with other sun protection measures.

Reduce Your Risk for Sunburn, Skin Cancer, and Early Skin Aging Caused by the Sun

Sun damage to the body is caused by invisible ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Sunburn is a type of skin damage caused by the sun. Tanning is also a sign of the skin reacting to potentially damaging UV radiation by producing additional pigmentation that provides it with some—but often not enough—protection against sunburn.

Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging. People of all skin colors are at risk for this damage. You can reduce your risk by:

  • Limiting your time in the sun, especially between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., when the sun’s rays are most intense.
  • Wearing clothing to cover skin exposed to the sun—such as long-sleeve shirts, pants, sunglasses, and broad-brim hats. Sun-protective clothing is now available. (The FDA regulates these products only if they are intended to be used for medical purposes.)
  • Using broad spectrum sunscreens with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) value of 15 or higher regularly and as directed. (Broad spectrum sunscreens offer protection against both UVA and UVB rays, two types of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation.)

Always read the label to ensure you use your sunscreen correctly, and ask a health care professional before applying sunscreen to infants younger than 6 months.

In general, the FDA recommends that you use broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher, even on cloudy days.

  • Apply sunscreen liberally to all uncovered skin, especially your nose, ears, neck, hands, feet, and lips (but avoid putting it inside your mouth and eyes).
  • Reapply at least every two hours. Apply more often if you’re swimming or sweating. (Read the label for your specific sunscreen. An average-size adult or child needs at least one ounce of sunscreen, about the amount it takes to fill a shot glass, to evenly cover the body.)
  • If you don’t have much hair, apply sunscreen to the top of your head, or wear a hat.
  • No sunscreen completely blocks UV radiation, and other protections are needed, such as protective clothing, sunglasses, and staying in the shade.
  • No sunscreen is waterproof.


  • Certain sunscreens have FDA-approved New Drug Applications. Others are marketed under the FDA’s Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drug Review. Sunscreens are available in forms such as lotions, creams, sticks, gels, oils, butters, pastes, and sprays.
  • Sunscreen products in forms including wipes, towelettes, powders, body washes, and shampoos that are marketed without an FDA-approved application or outside the FDA’s OTC Drug Review remain subject to regulatory action.

How to Read Sunscreen Labels

Although UVB rays are the primary cause of sunburn, both UVA and UVB rays contribute to skin cancer. All sunscreens protect against the sun’s UVB rays, but only those that are broad spectrum also protect against UVA rays.

Scientific studies have determined that broad spectrum sunscreens with an SPF of at least 15 can help reduce the risk of sun-induced skin cancer and premature skin aging when used with other sun protective measures, as directed. If you have lighter skin, you may want to use a sunscreen with an SPF higher than 15.

Under the FDA’s final regulations:

  • Products that pass a broad spectrum test can be labeled “broad spectrum.”
  • Sunscreens that are not broad spectrum or that lack an SPF of at least 15 must carry a warning: “Skin Cancer/Skin Aging Alert: Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging. This product has been shown only to help prevent sunburn, not skin cancer or early skin aging.”
  • Water resistance claims, for 40 or 80 minutes, tell how much time you can expect to get the labeled SPF-level of protection while swimming or sweating.
  • Manufacturers may no longer make claims that their sunscreens are “waterproof” or “sweat proof.”
  • Products may no longer be identified as “sunblocks” or claim instant protection or protection for more than two hours without reapplying.

For more information about sunscreen and to watch videos about sunscreen, visit the FDA’s sunscreen website.

Risk Factors for Harmful Effects of UV Radiation

Remember, people of all skin colors are potentially at risk for sunburn and other harmful effects of UV radiation, so always protect yourself. Be especially careful if you have:

  • pale skin
  • blond, red, or light brown hair
  • been treated for skin cancer
  • a family member who has had skin cancer

If you take medications, ask your health care professional about sun-care precautions. Some medications may increase sun sensitivity. Even on an overcast day, up to 80 percent of the sun’s UV rays can get through the clouds. Stay in the shade as much as possible.

Protect Your Eyes With Sunglasses

Sunlight reflecting off sand, water, or even snow, further increases exposure to UV radiation and increases your risk of developing eye problems.

Certain sunglasses can help protect your eyes. When using sunglasses:

  • Choose sunglasses labeled with a UVA/UVB rating of 100% to get the most UV protection.
  • Do not mistake dark-tinted sunglasses as having more UV protection. The darkness of the lens does not indicate its ability to shield your eyes from UV rays. Many sunglasses with light-colored tints, such as green, amber, red, and gray can offer the same UV protection as very dark lenses.
  • Children should wear sunglasses that indicate the UV protection level. Toy sunglasses may not have UV protection, so be sure to look for the UV protection label.
  • Consider large, wraparound-style frames, which may provide more efficient UV protection because they cover the entire eye-socket.

This is especially important when doing activities around or on water because much of the UV comes from light reflected off the water’s surface.

  • Understand that pricier sunglasses don’t ensure greater UV protection.
  • Even if you wear contact lenses, wear sunglasses that offer UV protection.
  • Know that sunglasses are the most effective when worn with a wide-brim hat and sunscreen.

This article appears on the FDA’s Consumer Updates page, which features the latest on all FDA-regulated products.


 2017-2018 SGA General Assembly Meeting Dates and Times

2017 Fall Semester
Monday, August 28th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, September 25th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, October 23rd @ 3:30 pm
Monday, November 13th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, December 11th @ 3:30 pm

2018 Spring Semester
Monday, January 29th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, February 26th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, March 20th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, April 23rd @ 3:30pm

 All SGA General Assembly Meetings are held in Union Station- Room 170
All Club Representatives are required to attend.
All CFCC Students are encouraged to attend.


Cape Fear Community College Student Activities Presents:

Comedian “Arvin Mitchell” Was Held
Thursday, April. 27th – 7 pm at the Wilson Center (CFCC Humanities/Fine Arts Center)

Laugh your tail off with Arvin Mitchell. Mitchell’s creative & and explosively silly comedy has kept him in demand and will have you laughing in your seat. With an array of impressions, stories, gestures and faces, Arvin’s memorable performance is sure to please. As the former cohost of BET’s Club Comic View, Arvin has been featured on Kevin Heart’s “One Mic Stand”, Tony Rocks “The Funny Spot” as well as entertaining our troops abroad. Nominated as one of NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity top comics Arvin continues to tour colleges, clubs, cruise ships & churches.

Opening Act: Leo Hodson –

 2017 Spring 3 v 3 Winners

(Deundre, Tyrice, Shawn)

Monday, February 20th
Schwartz Center

Please support our campus blood drive! To schedule an appointment, go online to and enter the four letter sponsor code “CFCC” or call 254-GIVE(4483) to schedule your appointment to save a life!

Download the free APP by texting “BLOODAPP” to 909-99

Rapid Pass allows blood donors to answer blood drive donor questions the day of the blood drive from their computer.  Visit

Read the information, answer the questions and print the pass.

Basketball Open Gym

CFCC Students/Faculty/Staff, Student Activities will be hosting a Basketball Open Gym Hosted every Monday during the Spring Semester from 12-2pm at the Schwartz Center. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A VALID/CURRENT CFCC ID AND MUST SIGN AN ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION WAIVER. NO EXCEPTIONS.

General Rules and Information: Open Co-ed Play
Basketballs will be provided on a limited basis, best to bring your own marked ball.
Proper Conduct Required: All codes of conduct will be strictly enforced.

Pro Football Pick’em

Students/Faculty/Staff, you are invited to test your pro football IQ with Pro Football Pick’em.  This computer based program allows any student or faculty/staff member the opportunity to get involved.  Each week of the NFL season you will try to pick the winner of every game.  Prizes will be given each week to the participant picking the most correct number of games, as well as a grand champion at the end of the season.   GROUP IS FULL

We will be awarding weekly winners as well as a Grand Champion!
You must provide an email address in order to be eligible to win prizes.

Thanks for joining. Good luck.


Week 1 winner:#1 Freddie Thomas Score 13 Week 2 Winner: IsidroVega Score 13Week 3 Winner: Jess Score 11
Week 4 Winner: Bad Company (Tyler) Score 11 Week 5 Winner: Steve L Score 11
Week 6 Winner: Jacob The Librarian Score 12 Week 7 Winner: Coops Picks Score 11 Week 8 Winner: Rleonard Score 10
Week 9 Winner: CMC 112 Score 11 Week 10 Winner: Jag Fan Score 10Week 11 Winner: Go Broncos Score 12
Week 12 Winner: Sccreech Score 14Week 13 Winner: Mine Score 12 Week 14 Winner: Carolina Pride Score 13
Week 15 Winner: Bad Company Score 14 Week 16 Winner: Coach Chris Score 13 Week 17 Winner: OdEli Score 13
Playoff 1 Winner: jthewett87 Playoff 2 Winner: Steelgirl0784 Playoff 3 Winner: Fly Eagles Fly Playoff 4 Winner: Jax Jags Fan


Downtown-Wednesday, October 19th 11-2pm
North Campus-Thursday, October 20th 11-2pm

Downtown- Student Parking Deck Courtyard
North Campus- Behind the McKeithan Building

Free food from Dominos (MUST HAVE ID, Served from 11:30am-1:30pm), free drinks provided by Coca-Cola, Music, Entertainment, Vendor/Club/Organization Exhibits, Games, FUN!!!

To request a table for your club/organization/department please email Chris Libert at

 Cape Fear Community College Student Activities Presents:
“Matt the Knife” The Outrageous Mentalist/Magician

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Tuesday, Sept. 27th6 pm at the Wilson Center (CFCC Humanities/Fine Arts Center)
Matt The Knife (often referred to as “MTK”) is the outrageous mentalist, magician, & speaker that’s known for his trademark brand of wit that blends intense charisma with wickedly humorous improvisation and unique performance art.

He’s thrilled audiences in 21 countries across 4 continents and has gone on to shatter more Guinness World Records than any other magician ever – an astonishing total of TWELVE!
MTK has earned numerous industry awards and has been featured by more than 50 national and international media outlets including Discovery Channel, TheWall Street Journal, NBC, New York Post, ESPN Magazine, History Channel, Sirius Satellite Radio, Philadelphia City Paper, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, CNN, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, National Geographic, CCTV (China), Rai Tre (Italy) and The BBC (UK). He was even an answer on America’s favorite game show, Jeopardy!

 Spring Fling



Downtown-Wednesday, April 27th 11-2pm
North Campus-Thursday, April 28th 11-2pm

CFCC’s Spring Fling 2016 Downtown Wednesday, April 27th 11-2 and North Campus Thursday, April 28th

Downtown- Student Parking Deck Courtyard- Wednesday, April 27th, 11am-2pm

Free food from Moe’s and Bojangles (MUST HAVE ID, Served from 11:30am-1:30pm), free drinks provided by Coca-Cola, Music, Entertainment, Blood Mobile, SGA election candidate campaigning, Vendor/Club/Organization Exhibits, Games, FUN!!!
Blood Mobile 11:00am-3:30pm-To Schedule an appointment visit and enter sponsor code CFCC

North Campus- Behind the McKeithan Building- Thursday, April 28th 11am-2pm

Free food from Moe’s and Bojangles (MUST HAVE ID, Served from 11:30am-1:30pm), free drinks provided by Coca-Cola, Music, Entertainment, SGA election candidate campaigning, Vendor/Club/Organization Exhibits, Games, FUN!!!

To request a table for your club/organization/department please email Chris Libert at


April 2016


Cape Fear Community College Student Activities Presents


The Incredible Hypnotist Richard Barker
Wednesday, March 30 – 7 pm
CFCC Humanities and Fine Arts Center

 To purchase the video of the show, simply TEXT capefear to 33444 and follow the instructions to order.  For more on the Incredible Hypnotist Richard Barker, visit
Be Amazed! This SPECTACULAR Show will leave you SPELLBOUND, INTRIGUED and on the EDGE of your seat! Richard Barker the Incredible Hypnotist is a World Renowned Professional Hypnotist. With charm and experience, he dazzles and entertains any audience. His amazing stage show has been a massive hit in 38 Countries. A headliner for Celebrity and Carnival Cruise Lines, he has been seen recently on CBS’ The Late Show with James Corden; NBC’s The Today Show; and FOX & ABC Networks.

2016 Homecoming Banner Competition
1st Place-Drama Club

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3v3 Basketball Tournament WINNERS
2016 1st Place  and 2nd Place
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2015 Three Sea Devils (1st Place)

IMG_1131 (1)2015 Currie Comebacks (2nd Place)



Campus College Bowl

Thank you to all who participated in Free Bowling!
@Cardinal Lanes Shipyard Blvd.
It was a blast!


Cape Fear Community College
Downtown Campus Blood Drive

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Featuring Aaron Kominos-Smith
With special guest comedian, former CFCC student, Leo Hodson.
Opening Acts by John Felts and Timmy Sherrill
Presented to you by CFCC Student Activities/Student Government Association

FALL FEST! (View All Pictures)


Spring Fling Was A Huge Success! (View All Pictures)
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Toys For Tots


The Cape Fear Community College Student Government Association,  Athletics, and Student Activities Department, took part in the the Marine Corp Reserves “Toys For Tots” Drive again this holiday season.

 The Sea Devils helped the Marine Corp Reserves collect over 400 toys to help provide for less fortunate children and help those experience the joy of the holidays throughout Eastern North Carolina. Thank you for all that contributed this year.
The Sea Devils wish everyone a very Happy Holiday Season!







Student Clubs and Activities Contact

Chris Libert
Assistant Director
Student Activities/Athletics