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CFCC receives largest naming gift to date

CFCC’s Newest Building to be Named the Dan and Sheila Saklad Health and Human Services Center Wilmington, NC – Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) proudly announces a substantial and transformative $3 million donation from Dan Saklad. This exceptional contribution will be used to name CFCC’s newest building at 319 N. Front Street. The building will  Read More

CFCC Student Receives Inaugural Scholarship

While thinking about various future careers, Maria Torres decided to take the masonry course offered at her high school. She discovered she had a knack for brick masonry. Torres enjoyed masonry so much that she studied it throughout high school. Encouraged by her masonry teacher, Torres entered 25 masonry competitions. She won several of them  Read More

Cape Fear Community College Announces Scholarship Honoring Captain David MacAlpine, Sr.

Wilmington, NC – A scholarship has been established at Cape Fear Community College to honor the memory of Captain David MacAlpine, Sr. The Captain David MacAlpine Memorial Endowed Scholarship will help minority students training for law enforcement careers. The fund was created by a lead gift of $25,000 from Jimmy Hopkins, CFCC trustee, Christopher Dunn,  Read More

CFCC Foundation Awards over Half a Million Dollars in Student Scholarships

Wilmington, NC – The Cape Fear Community College Foundation is pleased to announce more than half a million dollars in scholarships were awarded to more than 400 CFCC students for the 2020-2021 academic year, a 30% increase over the last year. The average student received over $1,200. “Even during the trials of last year, our  Read More

CFCC Student Veterans Receive $5,000 from MOAA

The Southeastern Chapter (SENCLAD) of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) — the nation’s largest military officers association—recently awarded $5,000 to nine Cape Fear Community College student veterans. The mission of the SENCLAND Chapter is to benefit members of the uniformed services, their families, and survivors and to advocate for a strong national defense  Read More
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