Advising is here to help you develop a plan to reach your educational and career goals. Whether you’re a new or returning student, the academic advising center can help you explore and define your academic and professional goals, select courses required to complete your degree, or develop a transfer plan to a 4-year college or university.
The goal of the Campus Safety Office is to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors a safe, educational environment. The Campus Safety Office assists in coordinating the efforts of both sworn New Hanover/Pender County Law Enforcement Officers and non-sworn Campus Security Officers, as well as CFCC Parking Enforcement.
The mission of Career Services is to encourage and assist students and graduates in the continuous process of career planning, career decision-making, planning for marketability and job search.
The CFCC Food Pantry exists to provide temporary supplemental food relief to CFCC students, faculty, and staff at no cost and remove barriers associated with food insecurity. In addition to helping alleviate hunger within our CFCC community, the CFCC Food Pantry aims to reduce the impact that food insecurity has on the academic success of our students.
Counseling Services is dedicated to providing current and prospective students with an enriching college experience whether you’re a full or part-time student. Counseling offers academic support and personal support to full-time and part-time students alike.
Are you interested in a health science program? Are you planning to apply to these selective majors in the future? Do you need help understanding required courses or how to meet application requirements?
Get the help you need from the Health Sciences Enrollment Center.
The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is CFCC’s Library. Students are able to check out books and videos, study, perform research, and browse periodicals. The LRC is also home to the TV Studio.
The Nixon Leaders Center focuses on increasing the graduation, retention, and transferring of underrepresented populations of students enrolled at CFCC through mentorship and networking.
Cape Fear Community College has visitor, employee, and student parking at all campus locations. It’s important to know where you can and can’t park as a student, employee, or visitor. Avoid getting a parking citation by making sure you read and follow the information on this site.
CFCC counselors are skilled at helping students identify concerns and develop a plan they can use to get back on track. The counseling staff can connect you with local resources to help you.
Testing Services manages the placement entry assessment program, administers GED testing for continuing education and the Psychological Service Bureau (PSB) test for students applying to certain health science programs at CFCC.
Have questions about registration? Need assistance with transcripts, enrollment verifications, address or name changes, withdrawals and questions regarding filing your intent to graduate or graduation requirements? CFCC’s Registrar’s Office is here to help. Our office also oversees the grading process, WebAdvisor for students, processing of course substitutions, and more.
From textbooks, t-shirts, and snacks to water bottles, graduation caps and gowns, and school supplies, the Sea Devil Bookstore has everything you need. The bookstore has two locations — downtown Wilmington Campus (411 North Front Street) and North Campus (4500 Blue Clay Rd., McKeithan Center, 1st Floor).
The main office of Student Accessibility Services is located in Room U-218 in the Union Station Building at the Wilmington Campus.
Student Affairs supports students in resolving educational, personal, and other concerns that affect the quality of education at Cape Fear Community College. Student Affairs advocates for students regarding issues and concerns; oversees the protection of student rights; responds to emergency and crisis situations affecting students, and represents the college in its service community.
Student Success focuses on assisting students throughout their studies at CFCC. Our aim is to improve student persistence, achievement, and completion.
The Learning Lab is an on-campus resource for students that provides professional and student tutors and computer facilitators that are prepared to meet the needs of individual learning styles. Walk-in and scheduled group sessions are available at Learning Lab locations, which include Wilmington and North campuses.
CFCC is committed to bringing quality programs to all students in our service area. A growing part of our student body are veterans, either returning from active duty abroad or recently released from active duty, wishing to continue their education. Also included in this outstanding group of service members are the families and dependents of veterans. It is the hope of Veterans Services to help ease the transition of veterans to CFCC and enhance their overall educational experience.