Cape Fear Community College

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Cape Fear Community College in downtown Wilmington, North Carolina
Cape Fear Community College
Established 1958
Type Community College
President Dr. Ted D. Spring
Academic staff 248 Full-time
Students 10,386 Curriculum, 19,285 Continuing Education
Location Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
Campus Urban
Colors Blue and white
Sports Basketball, soccer, golf, volleyball, cheerleading
Mascot Sea Devil
Website cfcc.edu
McLeod Building of Cape Fear Community College

Cape Fear Community College is a comprehensive two-year college located in Wilmington, North Carolina.

CFCC is the sixth largest community college in the state with more than 27,000 students taking classes each year. The service area of Cape Fear Community College includes New Hanover and Pender counties with a campus located in downtown Wilmington, a North Campus in Castle Hayne, and a satellite center in Burgaw. CFCC also offers classes at the Surf City Community Center, with construction to build its first building on the Alston Burke Surf City Campus in 2014.

Athletics[edit]

The CFC athletic teams for both men and women are known as the Sea Devils. The school is a member of the Carolinas Junior College Conference for athletics under the aegis of the National Junior College Athletic Association. The college offers men's basketball, men's soccer, women's soccer, women's volleyball, and golf. CFCC also has a cheerleading squad and a variety of intramural activities.

Their basketball/volleyball arena is the Joe and Barbara Schwartz Center, which is also home to the Wilmington Sea Dawgs of the Tobacco Road Basketball League.

Coordinates: 34°13′33″N 77°56′41″W / 34.2257255°N 77.9447102°W / 34.2257255; -77.9447102