Coastal Student Success Center
The mission of the Coastal Student Success Center is to promote student learning and provide robust, comprehensive support for students enrolled at Coastal Carolina University. Our student-centered staff aims to support students in developing skills and strategies to enhance their academic and personal performance."
The Coastal Student Success Center includes Academic Coaching Experience and the Tutoring and Learning Center, as well as the Bridge and CEal (Coastal Excellence and Leadership) programs.
Fall 2020 online tutoring and academic coaching appointments available. Visit each office's page below for more information.
- Meet the Staff
Daphne Holland, Ph.D.
Assistant Provost of Student Success Initiatives
Kearns Hall 105
In addition to the residential Bridge Program, Horry-Georgetown Technical College students may elect to enroll in the Horry-Georgetown Technical College (HGTC) and Coastal Carolina University (CCU) Coastal Bound Program. Students can enroll in this program in their first semester or any subsequent semester, and may remain in the program until they successfully graduate or meet the transfer requirements to CCU. This partnership will provide students who have identified CCU as their transfer institution with additional CCU services early in their collegiate career.
Students who elect to enroll in this program will receive the following services from CCU: The CINO Card, to be used to gain access to HTC Student Recreation Center, Kimbel Library and many campus events in addition to the services provided by HGTC. Additional benefits include access to intramural sports, and scheduled student activities as well as access to facilities like the Lib Jackson Student Union, Student Health Services, CCU Counseling Services and the Academic Coaching Experience Department and the Tutoring and Learning Center.
Students will also need to submit immunization records to CCU. Immunization Records are to be submitted to the CCU Student Health Services. Students will be charged a non-refundable $500 fee per semester and must adhere to the Code of Conduct at both institutions.