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Cape Fear Community College turned away over 900 students last year alone because they did not have enough classroom space to meet the growing demand, especially in skill trades, and other vital services like nursing and health care professionals. For many students, crowding has delayed graduation and job placement. The proposed bond will provide funding to CFCC to build additional classrooms and labs to eliminate overcrowding on both campuses, and to provide space for important programs and essential student services such as financial aid, job placement, disability services and counseling. Cape Fear Community College’s enrollment is expected to increase well over 30% in the next five years. A recent study showed that CFCC has 40% less space per full-time student than does the average North Carolina community college. CFCC strong job training programs returned more state and local taxes annually than required to operate the institution, keeping our local economy strong by enabling businesses to locate and expand right here in our area.
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