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Jim Morton

President, Cape Fear Community College
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Mr. Jim Morton was named President of Cape Fear Community College in April 2018. He first joined Cape Fear Community College in 2015 as the Vice President of Business and Financial Services, and later served as Executive Vice  

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Education
May 19, 2020

Planning For Your College Student’s Success During COVID-19

As the father of a college student and a recent college grad, I can empathize with the stress that parents of college-aged children are experiencing during this unusual time. Should I send my child ba ...

Education
Mar 31, 2020

What Small Businesses Can Do Now

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has crippled our economy nationwide and small businesses are among the most heavily affected by this crisis. Cape Fear Community College’s Small Business Ce ...

Education
Dec 16, 2019

Cape Fear Community College: A Look Back At 2019

Each December, you hear it everywhere. “A year in review,” “favorite sports moments of the year,” “best music and films of the year,” and so on. When the end of yea ...

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Nov 25, 2019

In A Robust Economy, CFCC Helps Students Enhance Career Opportunities

Cape Fear Community College is excited about our region’s growth and the opportunities that are being created for our students and graduates. So many people are enjoying wonderful careers and we ...

Education
Nov 1, 2019

CFCC Expands University Transfer Options

Cape Fear Community College has long been known for its technical education and workforce development programs. We are so proud of these programs and the vital role they play in our communit ...

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