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CFCC celebrates Black History Month

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.

Census Road Tour Hits Wilmington

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.

CFCC looking to help study renewable energy

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.

CFCC opens doors to new cosmetology facility

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.

Parking spots few and far between near CFCC

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.

From homeless, to head of the class

videoThe pressures of college could make anyone think twice. For one student at Cape Fear Community College, pressure of everyday life added on top makes graduation day mean so much more.

Google Earth shows off all dimensions of CFCC

videoGoogle Earth allows us to explore the world from a whole new perspective. If you search ‘Cape Fear Community College’ at Google Earth, you can now check out the campus in three dimensions, thanks to a project completed by CFCC graphic designer Don Perkins.

Record breaking funds raised at CFCC

While many people are tightening their belt, community and business leaders set a new donation record for Cape Fear Community College.

CFCC bond referendum

On November 4th, New Hanover County residents will have the chance to vote on a $164 million bond referendum. The bond would be used to build three new buildings at Cape Fear Community College.

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