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Verizon sets up CFCC scholarship for domestic violence survivor

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The Verizon Wireless Wilmington Call Center has established a $2,000 scholarship at Cape Fear Community College for a survivor of domestic violence. The scholarship will cover tuition, textbook expenses and related fees for an individual referred by Wilmington’s Domestic Violence Shelter and Services. Full story...
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CFCC opens parking deck

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The deck is on a first-come, first-served basis for students and staff. Starting in two weeks, the public can park for a dollar an hour after 5 p.m. on Fridays until 6 a.m. on Mondays. Full story...
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CFCC luncheon raises big bucks

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The annual Gift of Education Luncheon raised $207,000. Full story...
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Graduating through adversity

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video Shynett Batts enrolled at Cape Fear Community College three times since 2000. For Batts the third time was the charm and Friday she celebrated her graduation after life took her on a decade long rollercoaster ride. Full story...
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Transfers between CFCC and UNCW not as simple as some think

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videoJust because UNCW is close doesn't mean a student's classes from CFCC will transfer to UNCW and count toward graduation. Full story...
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Azalea Festival to help CFCC students get cooking

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The Azalea Festival presented a $1,000 check to the college's Culinary Technology Program. It will pay for two $500 scholarships for students studying to become chefs specializing in classical pastries and cakes. Full story...
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CFCC expects big numbers at college info session

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At Cape Fear Community College's annual information night, more than 200 students picked up pamphlets about classes and financial aid. Full story...
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CFCC hosting job fair Wednesday for students & public

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Hundreds of Cape Fear Community College students are expected to attend the annual spring job fair in hopes that the contacts they meet could lead to a job after graduation. The fair will be held on April 21 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the McKeithan Center at the North Campus in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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CFCC students enjoy Spring Fling

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Spring fling is a chance for students to enjoy the weather and take a break from classes before exams. Full story...
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Technology gives CFCC students hands-on training

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video He blinks, he breathes, and he bleeds. Stan is the newest addition to Cape Fear Community College, and he's helping students make the jump from the classroom to the operating room. Human simulation technology is revolutionizing the way students train for careers in health care and emergency response. Full story...
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CFCC celebrates Black History Month

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The celebration included African-American art and literature. CFCC students and staff played songs and put on skits that depicted how the Harlem Renaissance played a part in history. Full story...
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Census Road Tour Hits Wilmington

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A coast-to-coast bus tour made its way into Wilmington all about the U.S. Census. The CFCC cafeteria was transformed into a census information center where officials spread the message to all who would listen. Full story...
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CFCC looking to help study renewable energy

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videoThe Electronics Engineering Department at Cape Fear Community College installed a weather station on campus this summer. It’s part of a three phase project to create and develop renewable energy. Full story...
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CFCC opens doors to new cosmetology facility

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Cape Fear Community College cosmetology students have a new salon to hone their skills. The brand new facility, at the school's north campus in Castle Hayne, is now open to the public. Full story...
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Parking spots few and far between near CFCC

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videoFor students at Cape Fear Community College in downtown Wilmington, parking is headache. "Parking is so chaotic out here now. You can't even find a parking space within a couple blocks,” said David Gardner, a CFCC student. Full story...
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