College of Coastal Georgia News
Posted 09/14/2020 04:03PM
The College of Coastal Georgia's School of Business and Public Management has welcomed Bill Carter as the new Brown Family Executive-in-Residence. Starting in September, Carter will share his over 25 years of business, leadership, and management experience with students and faculty at the College. The Brown Family Executive-in-Residence program gives students, faculty, staff, and the larger community the opportunity to interact with members of the retirement community residing in the Golden Isles who have unique, special, and significant business experiences.
Posted 09/04/2020 02:10PM
Reg Murphy, noted businessman, author, and civic leader, will retire from his position as the Brown Family Executive-in-Residence at the School of Business and Public Management at the College of Coastal Georgia. Murphy was selected to be the first executive-in-residence and served in this role since 2012. He will be named Executive-in-Residence Emeritus in honor of his dedication to the College.
Posted 08/31/2020 12:07PM
The College recently cut the ribbon on its new Intercultural Resource Center that is designed to be a supportive space for students.
Posted 08/24/2020 12:49PM
Posted 08/24/2020 12:42PM
Posted 08/18/2020 03:08PM
College of Coastal Georgia students returned to campus for the first day of the fall 2020 semester.
Posted 08/13/2020 09:58AM
College of Coastal Georgia students will return to campus Monday to begin fall semester. Like other institutions in the University System of Georgia, the College has put together a detailed reopening plan centered on providing in-person instruction for students, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Posted 08/06/2020 02:12PM
One of the newest student organizations at the College of Coastal Georgia this fall will be Mariners Esports, a competitive video gaming club. Electronic sports, also known as esports, take video gaming to another level with organized competitive gameplay between teams or individuals, and is governed by its own set of rules.
Posted 07/27/2020 08:37AM
College of Coastal Georgia recently reported that its summer enrollment number increased this year. The college saw a 5.25 percent increase in summer enrollment compared to last summer. This summer's enrollment numbers set a record for the college.
Posted 07/22/2020 02:07PM
Alum Chelsea Boatright shares what she's been up to since graduating from the College of Coastal Georgia in 2015.
Posted 07/14/2020 09:00AM
Coach Gerald Cox, Men's Basketball Head Coach Emeritus and the namesake of the Coach Cox Court recently passed away. He will be remembered as a legendary coach, a mentor, a friend, a teacher and a man who gave everything he could to Mariner Athletics.
Posted 07/13/2020 03:18PM
The Commission on Diversity and Inclusion at the College of Coastal Georgia has been established to advise the president of the College on issues regarding the creation of policies, practices, and outreach that promotes a more diverse and inclusive campus community. The Commission is charged with driving cultural and institutional change through exploration, education, understanding, and relationship-building.
Posted 07/10/2020 10:17AM
College of Coastal Georgia Assistant Professor of Nursing Dr. Candice Overholser is the recipient of the 2020 Southern Nursing Research Society/National League for Nursing Doctoral Research Grant Award for her research proposal "Seamless Academic Progression for Associate Degree Nursing Students."
Posted 07/01/2020 08:54AM
Erika Ward was a non-traditional student at the College of Coastal Georgia. She thought she couldn't have the full college experience because of her age, but she soon realized that she could and did.
Posted 06/19/2020 09:33AM
The Rotaract Club of the College of Coastal Georgia was recognized with the "Zone 34 Rotaract Award" for 2019-2020 because of the club's commitment to fellowship through service.
Posted 06/18/2020 08:45AM
The addiction to substances is an epidemic in the United States that has devastated not only families but communities as well. Although there are many non-profit organizations and ministries dedicated to helping those who are suffering, it is often hard for addicts and their families to find information in order to make informed decisions about recovery. To help make the process easier, nursing students at the College of Coastal Georgia partnered with The Remedy Project to create an addiction recovery resource that references rehabilitation centers across Georgia, northern Florida, and southern South Carolina.
Posted 06/05/2020 09:00AM
Before Flamur Ramiqi, 27, graduated in May with his bachelor's degree from the College of Coastal Georgia, he already started a master of advance studies program at the Bern University of Applied Sciences in Switzerland, to build upon the knowledge he gained during his time at the College.
Posted 06/02/2020 08:32PM
The College of Coastal Georgia has selected Barnes & Noble College as its new bookstore operator.
Posted 05/28/2020 09:42AM
Posted 05/28/2020 08:24AM
The College of Coastal Georgia hosted a virtual commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020 on Saturday, May 23.
Posted 05/21/2020 12:41PM
The Department of Nursing and Health Sciences will host its annual pinning ceremony on Friday, May 22
Posted 05/11/2020 12:00PM
Posted 05/11/2020 09:08AM
The Center for Service-Learning announced the winners of the Best in Show Poster Award for the 2020 Service-Learning Symposium.
Posted 05/06/2020 03:23PM
Posted 05/04/2020 09:28PM
Today, the College of Coastal Georgia announced its plans for distributing $1.4 million in grants to eligible students through the Coastal CARES grant program. Qualifying students will be eligible for one or more levels of funding.