College of Coastal Georgia News
Posted 07/03/2018 01:52PM
The 5th Annual CHEM 1100 Cook-Off for America's Second Harvest featured culinary using ingredients from the food bank warehouse. Attendees donated $1 to try the food and vote for their favorite. The winner of the contest was Robert Rome whose LOCO COCO pot de creme earned him first place.
Posted 06/27/2018 04:10PM
Posted 06/25/2018 05:04PM
College of Coastal Georgia culinary students will host the 5th Annual Cook-Off to benefit America's Second Harvest Food Bank. The cooking contest will be held Wednesday, June 27, starting at 10:30 a.m. at the College's Campus Center and is open to the public.
Posted 06/25/2018 10:48AM
Students from the College of Coastal Georgia will be working with children in the community to perform science and math experiments at St. Simons Library.
Posted 06/22/2018 10:52AM
Nearly 25 elementary school teachers from Glynn County Schools signed on to participate in science education workshops at College of Coastal Georgia, funded by the Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) grant program.
Posted 06/19/2018 05:40PM
The College of Coastal Georgia was recently honored by Phi Beta Delta, an honor society that recognizes and encourages intellectual and academic achievements in the field of international education.
Posted 06/13/2018 08:28AM
College of Coastal Georgia senior Brittany Hunter didn't know what she wanted to do as a career until she started as a student worker in the Business Office. She entered into the world of accounting and decided that would be her major, which was coincidentally her father's dream job.
Posted 06/12/2018 09:18AM
College of Coastal Georgia alum Ashley Britt reflects on her time at the college and her goal of making a lasting, positive impact on campus.
Posted 06/08/2018 08:44AM
Matthew Hulme earned 2018 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American honors for singles. He is the first Mariner in the program history to achieve ITA All-American status.
Posted 06/07/2018 03:31PM
With the summer semester underway at the College of Coastal Georgia the Academic Tutoring and Instruction Center has released its tutoring schedule for summer 2018.
Posted 05/31/2018 02:42PM
Posted 05/29/2018 10:26AM
One of the main resources at the College of Coastal Georgia designed to help students reach their full potential is the Academic Tutoring and Instruction Center, known as "The ATTIC." The ATTIC provides academic support to all students through in-person tutoring, free online tutoring, and placing supplemental instructors in difficult classes with a high risk for withdrawal or grades of D or F. High-performing students work as tutors and supplemental instructors, helping their peers understand coursework. It is these students, in particular supplemental instructors, who continue to be recognized for their academic accomplishments and contributions to the College.
Posted 05/24/2018 11:21AM
To introduce high school students and their parents and guardians to the Dual Enrollment program (formerly Move On When Ready), the College of Coastal Georgia is hosting an information night on Wednesday, May 30 at 6 p.m. Check in will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Campus Center on the College's Brunswick campus.
Posted 05/24/2018 11:00AM
For Willie C. Vaughn IV, the Dual Enrollment program offered at the College of Coastal Georgia gave him the different and unique learning experience he needed. The 18-year-old Vaughn is a senior at Wayne County High School and is spending his senior year as a dual enrollment student at the College.
Posted 05/23/2018 05:38PM
College of Coastal Georgia freshman Matt Hulme, a member of the Mariner's men's tennis team, was named an NAIA First-Team All-American.
Posted 05/23/2018 10:05AM
By the time Max Oliver finished his sophomore year at Wayne County High School, he had completed his upper level classes. He wanted something more and was looking for a challenge. Oliver,18, signed up to participate in the Dual Enrollment program (formerly Move On When Ready) at the College of Coastal Georgia and has been taking classes at the College since his junior year in high school. Through the Dual Enrollment Program, Oliver has earned both college credit and credit towards his high school graduation in May.
Posted 05/22/2018 05:20PM
The University System of Georgia Board of Regents announced Tuesday that Michelle Johnston will serve as the next president of College of Coastal Georgia.
Posted 05/22/2018 05:16PM
The Board of Regents named Dr. Michelle Johnston president of the College of Coastal Georgia in Brunswick. Johnston will begin her new position this summer once a start date is confirmed.
Posted 05/18/2018 04:25PM
On Thursday, May 17, Interim President Meg Amstutz of the College of Coastal Georgia and Superintendent Virgil Cole signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to continue its REACH program for another year.
Posted 05/17/2018 01:47PM
Dr. Jason Umfress, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, was appointed to serve as a faculty member at the 2018 NASPA Region III/SACSA New Professionals Institute, where he will mentor young professionals working in student affairs departments at various colleges.
Posted 05/17/2018 01:39PM
A trio of Coastal Georgia men's golfers were named NAIA PING All-South Region on Thursday by the Golf Coaches Association of America. Lauri Hacklin, Mark David Johnson and Kyle Kidd were among the 15 All-Region selections for the South.
Posted 05/17/2018 01:11PM
No. 8 Coastal Georgia sits atop of the team leaderboard after Round Two of the 67th Annual NAIA Men's Golf Championships at TPC Deere Run. As a result, Coastal Georgia will move on to Round Three.
Posted 05/15/2018 05:51PM
Board of Regents Chairman James M. Hull and Chancellor Steve Wrigley announced today that the Board of Regents named Dr. Michelle Johnston as the sole finalist for the position of president of the College of Coastal Georgia in Brunswick, Georgia.
College of Coastal Georgia Students Develop Plans for Economic Growth for Glynn, McIntosh, and the Golden Isles
Posted 05/15/2018 09:26AM
Students in Assistant Professor of Public Management Heather Farley's course, Managing State and Local Government, recently presented their semester-long service-learning projects to representatives of the Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia, Brunswick Downtown Development Authority, and Coastal Pines Technical College. The projects explored economic plans to help generate revenue for the City of Brunswick as well as Glynn and McIntosh Counties.
Posted 05/14/2018 04:39PM
The College of Coastal Georgia's 2018 commencement ceremony can now be viewed online on the College's YouTube channel. #ccga18