Craven Community College has several campus locations to serve students all across Craven County. All offer a variety of program and class offerings, as well as ones that are unique to each location.

Campus Maps and Parking

All of our locations have free visitor parking lots available for your convenience.

Where to Find Us

Our New Bern campus is located at 800 College Court, off Glenburnie Road near the U.S. 70 interchange. Phone: 252-638-7200

Our Volt Center is located at 205 First Street near downtown New Bern. Phone: 252-633-0857

Our Havelock campus is located at 305 Cunningham Blvd., not far from the main gate of Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point. Phone: 252-444-6005

Our Cherry Point Extension Center is located in the Jerry Marvel Training & Education Center, C Street, Building 4335, at MCAS Cherry Point. Phone: 252-444-6000

About Craven County

Craven County was named in honor of William, Earl of Craven, who lived from 1606-1697. His death preceded the establishment of Craven County. The official Craven County seal was designed and adopted in 1981, using the coat-of-arms of the Earl, which is also the coat-of-arms of his nephew, William, Lord Craven, who succeeded him as Lord Proprietor of Carolina. The motto on the seal, “Virtus in Actione Consistit” translates to “Virtue in Consistent Action.”

Craven County, originally included as a precinct of Bath County, was established in its present form in 1712. New Bern became its county seat in 1722 and was also the capital of the colony and first state capital until 1794. Because of its location between the Albemarle and Cape Fear, Craven County grew in size and importance during the mid-18th century due to the significance of its county seat as a river port. As Craven County moved into the 19th century, it continued to flourish as the developing railroad system served to further New Bern’s commercial dominance, wealth, and cultural sophistication. These influences were also felt in the communities surrounding the city.

During the Civil War, there was significant activity occurring in Craven County, and remains of some of the battlegrounds can still be found. The population of Craven County is approximately 102,139, with New Bern and Havelock being the two major cities. There are also a number of towns in Craven County, including Bridgeton, Cove City, Dover, River Bend, Trent Woods and Vanceboro, and the County is home to large portions of the Croatan National Forest.

About New Bern

New Bern is North Carolina’s second-oldest town with a population of about 29,895 and is the county seat of Craven County. It’s located at the confluence of the Neuse and Trent Rivers and has become a popular destination for many visitors who enjoy its natural beauty, historic charm, and convenient location.

New Bern was settled in 1710, and its picturesque downtown waterfront district is still home to many of the attractive historic buildings, shops, and homes of that era. The city was the first capital of North Carolina and the birthplace of Pepsi-Cola.

About Havelock

Havelock is the second-largest city in Craven County and is home to the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point. Located about halfway between New Bern and the beaches of the Crystal Coast, Havelock is a city of about 20,086 residents. The community remains active throughout the year through the Havelock Chili Festival, Havelock Chamber of Commerce, Eastern Carolina Aviation Heritage Foundation Fly-In, and more.

MCAS Cherry Point was authorized by Congress in 1941 and is one of the world’s largest Marine Corps Air Stations and one of the best all-weather jet bases. Its size has increased from the original 8,000 acres to more than 13,000 acres at the primary complex, with nearly 16,000 additional acres in associated support locations. Cherry Point’s runway system is so large that the Air Station serves as an alternate emergency landing site.

Business Hours

Regular Operating Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Summer Operating Hours

Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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