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Jason McLeod Appointed to CFCC Board of Trustees

Wilmington, NC – Cape Fear Community College is pleased to announce that Mr. Jason McLeod has been appointed to the CFCC Board of Trustees. McLeod is the business development manager for ECS Southeast, LLP, where he provides support and leadership to grow the business practices for the company in eastern North Carolina. Prior to joining  Read More

Detention Administrators Graduate From Jail Administration Course at CFCC

Wilmington, NC – Cape Fear Community College celebrated the graduation of the Jail Administration course students on Friday, July 10, 2020. Nine detention administrators from the area and across the state participated in this 40-hour course. Designed by the National Institute of Corrections, the course is intended for those in the position of jail administrator  Read More

CFCC to Launch Teacher Preparation Programs this Fall

Wilmington, NC – Cape Fear Community College is pleased to introduce an Associate in Arts in Teacher Preparation and Associate in Science in Teacher Preparation beginning this fall. The two degree programs, fully transferable to public and private NC colleges and universities, include the same general education courses required by students of four-year schools. “It  Read More

Wilson Center Drive-In Concerts Support Student Scholarships

The Wilson Center and the Cape Fear Community College Foundation are thrilled to announce the Wilson Center Drive-In Concerts, at the Wilson Center! This series of four concerts — taking place on the evenings of June 25th, 26th and 27th, and the afternoon of June 28th – will feature well-known performers from the Cape Fear  Read More

Shane Fernando Named Vice President of Advancement and the Arts at CFCC

WILMINGTON, NC – Cape Fear Community College is pleased to announce the appointment of Shane Fernando as Vice President of Advancement and the Arts at Cape Fear Community College. The announcement was made at the College’s Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday, June 18, 2020. On June 1, 2020, Fernando was named Interim Vice President  Read More

A Message from the President

As Wilmington and the entire country react to the death of George Floyd and the racial inequities that exist throughout the nation, Cape Fear Community College wants to assure our students and campus community that we believe in equity and justice. CFCC condemns racism, bigotry, and the unfair treatment of minority populations. Whether these injustices  Read More

CFCC Small Business Center Launches Reboot, Recover, Rebuild for Small Businesses

WILMINGTON, NC – The Cape Fear Community College Small Business Center and other small business centers across the state have been awarded a special allotment of discretionary funds to help small business owners as they face continuing challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. Reboot, Recover, Rebuild (R3), made possible by North Carolina’s General Assembly H1043—which, as  Read More

CFCC to Resume In-Person Classes for Fall Term

Online and Hybrid Options Available Wilmington, NC – Cape Fear Community College plans to hold in person classes for the 2020 Fall semester. “We intend to hold most classes face-to-face this fall,” said Jim Morton, CFCC President. “Many of our classes require very specific training that is hands-on – we are working now to implement  Read More

CARES ACT 2nd 45-Day Fund Report

With regard to the CARES Act Section 18004(a) (1), Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) acknowledges and assures that: A signed Certification and Agreement was returned to the Department of Education on April 16, 2020, with the intention of using 50% of the funds received to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. The total amount  Read More

CFCC Graphic Design Student Turns Project into Freelance Opportunity

Cape Fear Community College Continuing Education student Joe Covas has been working with the Noni Bacca Winery to create labels for their locally produced wines. He began working with the winery for a student project, and ended up with a freelance contract. As a student in the graphic design program at CFCC, Covas has been  Read More
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