Posted Friday, Oct 23, 2015 9:48:25 AM
Posted Wednesday, Oct 21, 2015 9:00:00 AM
College of Coastal Georgia's men's golf team made good on its No. 1 national ranking Tuesday by winning the NAIA Men's Fall Preview tournament that included 10 top 24 teams, four of which are ranked in the top five. "It was nice that we won and we were able to see this layout for the first time, it's the site of this year's NAIA championship," said coach Mike Cook.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 21, 2015 9:00:00 AM
Posted Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015 1:53:00 PM
Sam (Samantha) Lasslett '18 travelled a long way from home – half way around the world – to attend the College of Coastal Georgia. The Melbourne, Australia student now makes the flight back and forth twice a year, for Christmas and the summer break.
Posted Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015 9:00:00 AM
Prospective college students from three of Georgia's bordering states are being drawn to College of Coastal Georgia by an out-of-state tuition waiver. College of Coastal Georgia began offering the equivalent of in-state tuition to residents of Alabama, Florida, and South Carolina who meet the requirements for admission.
Posted Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015 9:00:00 AM
Posted Tuesday, Oct 13, 2015 9:38:40 AM
Garrison Penzo '18 makes it perfectly clear: the College Foundation, the Sapelo Foundation, and Zell Miller scholarships are making it possible for him to attend college. The McIntosh County Academy graduate (Class of 2015) and first-generation college student is a Rose Foundation Scholar as well as an Annemarie and Richard J. Reynolds, Jr. Scholar.
Posted Monday, Oct 12, 2015 10:00:00 AM
Jerry Luke stood before a captive audience, explaining the methods of controlled madness he uses to create his layered, larger-scale artwork pieces that can be described as realism, surrealism and abstraction, all on one framed palette.
Posted Friday, Oct 9, 2015 9:06:00 AM
Education officials, community leaders and students came together Thursday to salute a man who has made it part of his mission to ensure the successful growth of College of Coastal Georgia and create a sustained economic understanding within the community.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 7, 2015 1:36:56 PM
Zakiya Bostic was fully engaged in the story in front of her, reading aloud to her tutor about a house falling from the sky and landing on a wicked witch. The classic scene from "The Wizard of Oz" was a prime teaching tool for the 10-year-old student at Goodyear Elementary School being put to use thanks to her tutor, Kaitlyn Riggins, a senior education student at College of Coastal Georgia.
Posted Tuesday, Oct 6, 2015 1:59:32 PM
Higher math has re-wired how Jedidiah Lindborg '16 processes information. "Logic and Proof [Math 3000] actually changed the way I think and analyze," he said. "Applied math provides the perfect balance of knowledge and challenge. Math doesn't come easily to me, but it motivates me – the more difficult it is to obtain, the more I gain," he laughed.
Posted Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015 2:24:00 PM
Ashley Brandies '16 has loved horses since she was a toddler growing up in Jesup. By the time she was eight years old, she was taking riding lessons, but even before then, she was learning the dirty work of grooming and mucking out a stable at summer horse camp. It didn't alter her passion.
Posted Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015 9:09:00 AM
The College's Radiologic Science program will host an open house on Thursday, October 15 from noon-1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. in Room 132 of the Nunnally Health and Science Building.
Posted Monday, Sep 28, 2015 9:00:00 AM
What's in a research center name change? According to the dean and faculty of the College's School of Business and Public Management: much, especially when the name change is to honor a well-known private citizen who is a friend, advocate, volunteer and financial supporter of a public institution.
Posted Tuesday, Sep 22, 2015 3:21:00 PM
Robert "Gabe" Gabriel '17 is a coach at heart. As he works towards his B.S. in mathematics for secondary education, he also works as Student Recreation Specialist-Club Sports and Intramurals in Student Activities on campus and coaches soccer for Golden Isles United on Jekyll Island, a club team for boys ages 10 and 11 from across southeast Georgia.
Posted Monday, Sep 21, 2015 5:02:00 PM
The College of Coastal Georgia will host two programs on campus during the 2015-2016 academic year for participating regional schools aimed at encouraging students to pursue studies in science, technology, engineering and math.
Posted Friday, Sep 18, 2015 2:20:00 PM
The University System of Georgia Board of Regents has approved the College's request to establish a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, effective September 15, 2015. "A significant number of potential students and even our own current students have expressed a desire to complete a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice. Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies welcome the opportunity to hire students with a Criminal Justice major and the type of applied and real-world experience they would receive at the College of Coastal Georgia," Dr. Tracy Pellett, Vice President for Academic Affairs, explained. "Our long-standing commitment to our students and this community continues to be one of providing degree programs to match the dynamic career opportunities and 21st century knowledge and skills so necessary for supporting economic development and community well-being."
Posted Wednesday, Sep 16, 2015 9:27:52 AM
Eliminating the impact of centuries of oppression by simply taking down the Confederate flag over the South Carolina State House would be great. But, unfortunately, that alone is not going to do it. According to College of Coastal Georgia professor, taking the flag down was just one step in broaching the racism topic.
Posted Tuesday, Sep 15, 2015 10:15:51 AM
Oni McCoy '18 was born in Texas, but her family moved to Georgia in 2010 and she graduated from North Cobb High School in the Acworth-Kennesaw suburbs of Atlanta. She chose the College of Coastal Georgia for affordability and the hospitality management program available through the School of Business and Public Management. During her freshman year, however, she changed her major from a two-year career associate degree to a B.B.A. with a concentration in leadership.
Posted Monday, Sep 14, 2015 9:44:00 AM
The College of Coastal Georgia golf teams will tee off their fall seasons today at the fourth annual Coastal Georgia Fall Invitational. Both the Mariners' men's and women's teams will be playing today against some of the top NAIA competition in the country.The No. 1 ranked men's team is coming off of two consecutive NAIA national championships but lost four All-Americans to graduation. With only one senior, five juniors, two sophomores and three freshmen, men's coach Mike Cook said the tournament will be a good chance to see what this year's team can do.
Posted Monday, Sep 14, 2015 9:38:00 AM
The statistics are hard to ignore. Georgia, as a whole, and the Coastal Georgia region report some of the highest numbers of HIV and AIDS diagnosis in the nation. Georgia ranks as one of the top five states in the nation to report cases of residents diagnosed with HIV, with 3,020 cases reported in 2013, according to the Centers for Disease Control's latest data.
Posted Monday, Sep 14, 2015 9:23:00 AM
Garrison Ryfun stood in the Glynn County Stadium press box last Friday, prepared to go on-air for the first time. When it came time for Ryfun's first segment — as it often happens with radio newcomers — he froze up and tapped his partner to continue on.
Posted Friday, Sep 11, 2015 10:00:00 AM
Dignitaries, law enforcement and others gathered at the Glynn County fire station in Ballard to remember those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks 14 years ago. The almost 3,000 who perished at the World Trade Center, Pentagon and in the wreckage of United Airlines Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pa., isn't just a grand figure, said Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering, lead speaker for the remembrance ceremony.
Posted Friday, Sep 11, 2015 9:00:00 AM
"At precisely 8:46 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001," Sarah Hartman said, she stood silently in her child's prekindergarten class in Huntsville, Ala., as word broke that an airplane had struck the first of the Twin Towers in New York. The news would only get worse on a busy day of running errands and working on a book fair. But her husband did something that day that changed their lives and those of their children.
Posted Friday, Sep 11, 2015 8:30:00 AM
The most important math problem at College of Coastal Georgia may have been one of simple addition that sent the nation into 14 years of war. During College of Coastal Georgia's annual 9/11 observance Friday, a big poster stood behind rows of small American flags pushed into the lawn at the Campus Center. The poster listed 2,562 civilians, 343 firefighters and 72 members of law enforcements who died in the Sept. 11, 2011, terrorists attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. Beneath those numbers was the total 2,977 and above them the words "Never forget."
Posted Thursday, Sep 10, 2015 1:25:00 PM
Posted Tuesday, Sep 8, 2015 7:33:54 PM
Reaching out to shake hands with several individuals contributing to his growing popularity on campus, Emory Hatcher grinned his signature bright grin and nodded in his signature sign of respect. "Good afternoon, sir, good afternoon," Hatcher said, speaking with College of Coastal Georgia President Greg Aloia.
Posted Tuesday, Sep 8, 2015 7:27:00 PM
Emma Anderson '16 likes a challenge and the Coastal Georgia senior volleyball player knew she was taking on a big one when she accepted an offer to play for the Mariners prior to last season.
Posted Thursday, Sep 3, 2015 11:51:00 AM
As a freshman at the College of Coastal Georgia, Christina Barrios is eager to dig her hands into the opportunities the institution has to offer. Standing in the bustling student center on the Brunswick campus Wednesday, the Golden Isles native walked from display to display during the school's Service Learning Fair, hoping to find an organization that would fit her career goals and personal objectives.
Posted Tuesday, Sep 1, 2015 10:50:00 AM
Colt Brockington '17 is into teaching. The Compton Scholar (Wayne County High School, 2013) ranked 3rd in his graduating class of 308 students and had taken ACCEL classes through Altamaha Technical College his senior year. During high school, he won awards in mathematics and lettered in varsity baseball as a left fielder.