First Year Live-On RequirementLiving on campus at the College of Coastal Georgia allows students to engage in the numerous educational and social benefits in our residence hall, Lakeside Village, that may not be realized by those living off campus. The College of Coastal Georgia requires all traditional first year students to live on campus.
As an incoming traditional first year student, you are required to live on-campus in student housing. For certain instances, an exemption may be granted (please see the exemption form for those instances). Your request will be reviewed by the Office of Residence Life and Housing and this Office will notify you of our decision. The First Year Live-On Requirement Exemption Form is available here.
For additional information regarding requests for exemption, contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing at 912-279-5815 or Residence.Life@ccga.edu.
The First Year Live-On Requirement will be violated if the student:
- Provides false or misleading information in connection with a request for exemption,
- Fails to comply by not applying for housing and/or assuming occupancy in a residence hall
Failure to comply with the First Year Live-On Requirement Policy will result
in the student automatically being signed up for housing and billed.
Procedures for Reviewing Requests for Exemption from First Year Live-On Requirement
- Requests for exemption to the First Year Live-On Requirement will be considered.
First Year Live-On Requirement Exemption Form is available
Office of Residence Life and Housing
College of Coastal Georgia
One College Drive
Brunswick, GA 31520
- The Director of Residence Life and Housing, or his/her designee, will review written requests for exemption within a timely manner. Additional information may be required of some applicants. Applicants will be notified of decisions regarding requests for exemption in a timely manner.
- Individual students may appeal, via email, the denial of the request for exemption to the Vice President for Student Affairs or his/her designee.
- Appeals must be emailed to the Office of Residence Life and Housing no later than ten working days after notice has been sent that a request for exemption has been denied.
- Appeals will be reviewed in a timely manner at the Office of Residence Life and Housing.
- The Vice President for Student Affairs or his/her designee may consult with other units of the College, including, but not limited to, the Disability Resource Center, and the Office of Financial Aid and Veteran’s Affairs when appropriate.
- The decision of the Vice President for Student Affairs or his/her designee will be communicated within a reasonable time from the date that the appeal is reviewed.
- The decision of the Vice President for Student Affairs or his/her designee will be final.