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Coastal Bend's Beeville campus closed today due to water outage




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The Coastal Bend College (CBC) Beeville campus and offices will be closed on Tuesday, December 3 due to a citywide water outage, and all CBC Beeville classes are cancelled for the day.

The CBC Alice, Kingsville, and Pleasanton sites will remain open their usual business hours, and no classes have been cancelled with the exception of any video conferencing/distance learning courses broadcast from the Beeville campus.

CBC is working to accommodate all affected CBC Benton Hall and CBC apartment residents during this time.

Students and the general public may check our main website, www.coastalbend.edu, or our social media sites at www.facebook.com/coastalbendcollege or www.twitter.com/CBCFuture for the latest information and updates.
 

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