Letter from the President - Coastline E-Newsletter May 2019

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By CCU Staff

Dear Alumni, Students, and Prospective Students:

Welcome to Vol.19 Issue 3 of Coastline - California Coast University's online newsletter!

For our third issue of 2019, we focus on articles to help you thrive at work and school, tips to simplify your life, and a series of questions that can help you make major life decisions.

To learn more about CCU, visit our website and check back for regular updates and information on alumni, students, and the changing face of higher education. To share some of your educational journey, or if you have a question or comment, please email our Coastline editor at [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you and keeping you updated through Coastline – CCU’s online news.

Click here to read the May 2019 Coastline e-newsletter

Did you miss a previous issue?

Click here to read the March 2019 Coastline e-newsletter

Click here to read the January 2019 Coastline e-newsletter

Sincerely,

Thomas M. Neal
Thomas M. Neal
President
California Coast University


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