Campus Master Plan
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OverviewThe College of Coastal Georgia launched its comprehensive campus master plan initiative with the convening of the master plan steering committee.
The committee will meet over the next nine months to construct the roadmap for the development and refinement of the campus, targeting the present and future needs of the college.
The goal will be a comprehensive design that creates the future identity for the College, anchored firmly in the academic mission and goals, historic development and traditions, physical setting, and regional and community values.
Master Plan Information:
- Steering Committee Members
- The Master Plan Process
- Planning Principles
- September 24, 2008 - Master Planning Committee Announces Selection of Consultant
- Master Plan Presentation to Foundation Board of Trustees (January 21, 2009)
- EKA Presentation on Confirmed Strategic and Design Elements (February 26, 2009)
- Master Plan Design Concepts (February 26, 2009) ( 26,387kb PDF file )
- CCGA Strategic Master Plan - Volume I ( 3,381kb PDF file )
- CCGA Strategic
Master Plan - Volume II( 9,445kb PDF file )
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- Master Plan Presentation to Foundation Board of Trustees (May 5, 2010)
- Master Plan Presentation to Foundation Board of Trustees (July 15, 2011)
Altama Community Transformation District Corridor Plan:The Brunswick-Glynn County Archway Partnership was established July 1, 2008, to bring community leaders and citizens together to discuss high priority community needs. The City of Brunswick, Glynn County Board of Commissioners, Glynn County Board of Education, Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce, Brunswick-Glynn Development Authority, Southeast Georgia Health System, and College of Coastal Georgia, as well as citizen groups, business interests, and non-profit organizations, are all represented at the Archway discussion table.
Through Archway, a Growth Task Force (GTF) was established to address growth issues and explore redevelopment opportunities in the community. Representative of fourteen local and regional planning agencies, GTF identified a 1,600-acre property along Altama Avenue known as the Altama Community Transformation (ACT) District. The main campuses for the College of Coastal Georgia and the Southeast Georgia Health System, the site for the new Brunswick High School, and many other residential, commercial, institutional land uses are located within the ACT.
- Altama Community Transformation District Corridor Plan: Final Plan
- Altama Community Transformation District Corridor Plan: Appendices