College of Coastal Georgia News

Posted 05/23/2019 11:28AM
College administrators signed a memorandum of understanding with King and Prince Seafood Corporation to provide access to higher education to current employees.
Posted 05/17/2019 03:54PM
Two of the five finalists named for the 2019 NJCAA Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol are members of the Mariners Men's Golf team. Coastal Georgia's Mark David Johnson and Eli Scott are finalists for the award, which will be presented on May 30 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. The award will be presented by the award's namesake, golf legend Jack Nicklaus.
Posted 05/09/2019 10:00AM
On Friday, May 10, the Department of Nursing and Health Sciences at the College of Coastal Georgia will host its annual pinning ceremonies and honor society inductions.
Posted 05/09/2019 09:07AM
The College of Coastal Georgia will celebrate the 50th graduating classes of the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) and Associate of Radiologic Sciences programs this May. Both the ASN and radiologic science majors have been fixtures of the institution from its days as Brunswick Junior College to its current identity as the four-year College of Coastal Georgia.
Posted 05/09/2019 08:41AM
College of Coastal Georgia Dual Enrollment students Hailey Wilkerson, Morgan Dunn, and Bailey Harvey have been accepted to the College for Fall 2019. Each will major in nursing and have earned enough credits through Dual Enrollment to be considered a junior in college.
Posted 05/07/2019 09:50AM
College of Coastal Georgia senior Kalia Lippencott discovered her leadership qualities as she became more involved on campus. Lippencott shares her experiences of being on campus and the benefits of having a support system at the College.
Posted 05/06/2019 02:44PM
The criminal justice program at Coastal Georgia is one the College's fastest growing degrees. Housed within the School of Business and Public Management, the program continues to evolve and benefits from the real-world experience of its instructors.
Posted 04/29/2019 11:04AM
The college held the annual Military & Community Partner Appreciation Ceremony on Thursday, April 25 to celebrate the service of faculty, staff and students as well as the work of community partners.
Posted 04/29/2019 10:55AM
Safe Harbor Children's Center hosted an awareness event Monday April 22, along with the College of Coastal Georgia and Faithful Love, an organization that reaches out to women in the community who are victims of sex trafficking. Safe Harbor runs the Connie Smith Rape Crisis Center in Brunswick. The center offers a full range of services to survivors, including access to a nurse who specializes in caring for sexual assault victims. The event aimed to bring community members together to discuss sexual assault and ways the crime can be prevented. Attendees were also educated about the importance of consent and respect for others.
Posted 04/28/2019 05:38PM
Going into this season, the College of Coastal Georgia softball team had put together some good seasons but not one that included a significant championship. That changed on Saturday when the Mariners came from behind to defeat USC-Beaufort 5-2 in the opening game of their doubleheader to end the regular season. The victory, highlighted by a three-run seventh inning to break a 2-2 deadlock, clinched the regular-season Sun Conference crown for the Mariners who entered Saturday with a one-game lead over the Sand Sharks in the league standings.
Posted 04/28/2019 05:15PM
The College of Coastal Georgia Men's Tennis team finished second in The Sun Conference's championship tournament for the second consecutive year, once again falling to Kaiser University. The Mariners joined the conference last year and quickly made a name for themselves. "Our guys represented Coastal Georgia well," said Coastal's head coach Zack Rogers. "We fought hard, but in the end just came up a little short."
Posted 04/02/2019 01:11PM
College of Coastal Georgia sisters Julia and Madeline Garner have been chosen for two separate Research Experience for Undergraduates summer programs. REU is a highly competitive program offered by colleges and universities around the country to provide undergraduates with experience living and working like graduate students.
Posted 03/29/2019 02:48PM
The Office of International Education will host guest speaker Sarah Junkin Woodward of the Centre of Development in Central America (CDCA). Woodward will speak about recovery efforts in Nicaragua with her presentation "2019 Nicaragua in Recovery...What's Next? Linking U.S. and Nicaraguan Neighbors."
Posted 03/25/2019 11:52AM
Atlanta BeltLine visionary Ryan Gravel addressed a crowd gathered at the College of Coastal Georgia Southeast Georgia Conference Center on March 21. Gravel, an urban planner, designer and author, shared the story of the creation of the Atlanta BeltLine. Gravel envisioned the project in his graduate thesis in 1999 and has since helped bring the project to life while sharing its story with communities around the world. The talk on Thursday, which included an on-stage interview with Bert Roughton, a former senior managing editor at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, created a buzz around the community, and attendees filled most seats in the college's Southeast Georgia Conference Center. The conversation about how to revitalize an area is familiar in Brunswick, where community members wish to bring more life to downtown and other parts of the city.
Posted 03/20/2019 11:10AM
The Coastal Georgia Men's Golf Team won the Battle at the Primm Golf Tournament in Primm, Nevada.
Posted 03/19/2019 10:48AM
The Mariner Men's Golf Team competes in the NAIA Battle of Primm tournament in Primm, Nevada, near Las Vegas. After the first day, the Mariners are on top of the scoreboard following the first 36 holes of the event and are 18 holes away from another tournament title.
Posted 03/18/2019 08:10AM
College of Coastal Georgia senior Jonathon Edgy was awarded the 2019 Academic Recognition Day Award by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia on February 12.He was nominated by two professors, not only for his high academic achievements but because he represents the best of what Coastal Georgia has to offer.
Posted 02/28/2019 09:29AM
Dr. Carla Bluhm, an associate professor of psychology at the College of Coastal Georgia, will embark on a monthlong pilgrimage to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain from Tomar, Portugal. She is participating in the centuries old tradition of the Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of Saint James. The Camino de Santiago is an ancient pilgrimage to the burial site of the remains of the Apostle St. James at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The journey has been made by pilgrims for centuries, taking different routes from their homes across Europe. Bluhm will start her own walk in Portugal, known as the Camino Portugu├ęs. She hopes that her journey will provide insight into various topics in psychology, such as the psychology of long walks, psychology of the impacts of global warming, elements of awe, and more.
Posted 02/19/2019 09:06AM
The 1968-1969 Brunswick Junior College Buccaneer men's basketball team will reunite after 50 years during the College of Coastal Georgia's homecoming celebration.
Posted 02/15/2019 05:00PM
Mariner fans are asked to wear pink during the homecoming basketball games against Thomas University for Play4Kay.
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