Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is located on the first floor of the Andrews Center, Brunswick. Our office is responsible for maintaining student records for all current and previously enrolled students to include transfer and graduation evaluations. We are here to assist you with questions associated with registration, academic status or progression towards your degree.

Graduation Update


Click here for the Graduation page Spring 2017 graduation details.

Spring 2017 Commencement May 7, 2017, Jekyll Island Convention Center


Transcripts & Forms

Request for Transcript

  • Current Students: Login to your MyCCGA portal, in MyAPPS - click on 'Student Services' and choose 'Coastal Scripts'.

Application for Graduation

  • Students should apply for graduation the semester before their intended graduation date.
  • A fee is required when the graduation application is submitted.
  • Apply for Graduation


Change of Major Form


Petition for Incomplete

  • If students are unable to complete a class, they may discuss the possibility of an incomplete with their instructor. The form must be on file before the end of the current semester. See catalog for details.
  • Incomplete Grade Request

Withdrawal Form

    There will be consequences to withdrawing from classes. Financial Aid will be affected in some way.
  • Students with a documentable hardship may discuss the possibility of a hardship withdrawal with the campus Academic Dean. See catalog for details.
  • Withdrawal Form

  • Hardship Withdrawal Form

  • Degree and Enrollment Verification


    Change of Name, Address, Telephone and Email

    • Change of name requests require legal proof of new name - such as a copy of Driver's license.

    Change of Name form

    Graduation Requirements

    Graduation Requirements

    All students must submit to the Office of the Registrar a completed Application for Graduation and pay the required graduation fee of $35.00 by the application deadline for the given semester. It is highly recommended that the Application for Graduation be completed one full semester prior to expected completion of the program. An overall minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.00 is required for all graduates. All specific degree program requirements, including those regulating minimum GPA in programmatic courses, must be met in addition to the College's graduation requirements.

    Click Here for the Graduation Application

    Baccalaureate degree candidates must:

    1. Earn an overall Grade Point Average of 2.0 (C)
    2. Successfully complete a minimum of 120 semester credits
    3. Successfully complete all courses required in the degree program
    4. Successfully complete a minimum of 42 general education credits (Areas A - E) as established by the college
    5. Successfully complete a minimum of 25% of course work (approximately 30 semester hours for most programs) at CCGA and meet any additional program requirements for minimum number of credits to be earned in the major.
    6. Earn a "C" or better in all AREA F courses
    7. Meet the State of Georgia requirement for proficiency in United States and Georgia history and U.S. and Georgia constitutions. An explanation of the requirements can be found in the catalog section entitled LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENT IN HISTORY AND CONSTITUTION
    8. Complete physical education as required*
    9. Satisfy Regents' Reading and Writing requirements
    10. Satisfy all financial obligations to the college
    11. Complete the Student Satisfaction Survey
    12. Complete all program specific requirements and testing. See program advisor for details
    13. Receive formal approval by the faculty after all the grades have been reported to the Registrar

    Associate degree candidates must:

    1. Successfully complete all courses required in a degree program
    2. Complete physical education if required*
    3. Earn a minimum overall Grade Point Average of 2.0 (C)
    4. Meet the State of Georgia requirement for proficiency in United States and Georgia history and U.S. and Georgia constitutions. An explanation of the requirements can be found in the catalog section entitled LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENT IN HISTORY AND CONSTITUTION.
    5. Satisfy Regents' Reading and Writing requirements, if required
    6. Complete 20 of the last 30 semester hours preceding graduation at the College. Graduation application must be on file in the Registrar's Office prior to completing course work at another institution.
    7. Satisfy all financial obligations to the college
    8. Complete the Student Satisfaction Survey
    9. Take the Measure of Academic Proficiency and Progress (MAPP)
    10. Receive formal approval by the faculty after all the grades have been reported to the Registrar

    Additional Associate Degrees

    • A student may earn multiple degrees and/or multiple programs of study from CCGA. All requirements of each program of study must be met along with the institutional requirements and must include 18 additional hours in residence beyond the first degree.
    • A student may be granted a degree under the requirements specified in the catalog at the time of admission within a period of 10 years from date of first entry if a break in enrollment has not occurred or the current catalog. See individual program requirements for possible age limitations of specific courses.
    • * Any student with special problems of physical limitations or disabilities who needs an individualized program to meet a physical education requirement must consult the ADA Service Provider, at (912) 279-5803.


    Catalogs

    Catalogs

    The PDF versions of older catalogs are very large files and will take some time to download. Please be patient.

    2013 - 2014 Catalog
    2012 - 2013 Catalog
    2011 - 2012 Catalog
    2010 - 2011 Catalog
    2009 - 2010 Catalog
    2008 - 2009 Catalog
    2007 - 2008 Catalog
    2006 - 2007 Catalog

    DegreeWorks

    DegreeWorks

    College of Coastal Georgia has implemented a new degree auditing system called DegreeWorks (DW). This software is a web tool that provides real-time advice for students and their advisors to monitor the student’s progress towards graduation. Not sure about your major? It can help you out with that as well by allowing you to ‘try out’ different majors using the classes you have already completed. DegreeWorks is an option on the Student Record/Student Records page of COAST.

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