Office of Diversity and Inclusion


What makes CCGA exceptional makes us different! The College of Coastal Georgia represents many nationalities and cultures that enhance experiences and our celebration of diversity. The Office of Diversity and Inclusion helps students gain cultural competencies needed for today’s graduates through diversity initiatives.

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s mission is to: offer programs that foster the understanding of and respect for cultural differences and to ensure that campus community supports cultural and academic initiatives through multicultural education, advocacy, and intercultural understanding. Through these initiatives, an inclusive campus environment will affirm a just community for students, faculty, and staff – assisting the campus community members to achieve their greatest potential.

In order to fulfill this mission, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion has two overarching goals: 1) to provide support and assistance to underrepresented students in order to increase their retention, persistence and graduation from College; and, 2) provide value-added education by promoting cross-cultural understanding through specific programs that encourage respect and appreciation among and between students, faculty, and staff.

Diversity & Inclusion Signature Events

  • Hispanic Heritage Month
  • LGBT History Month
  • Native American History Month
  • MLK Week
  • Black History Month
  • Women's History Month
  • International Festival
  • Let's Talk, Coastal's
  • I am a Mariner


Diversity Programs

LAtinos Unidos Mentor/Leadership Program

Sponsored by: Office of Admissions and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

African American Male Initiative Programs

Sponsored by the University System of Georgia, African-American Male Initiative (AAMI) www.usg.edu/aami/ is an innovative project launched in 2002 with the goal of increasing the recruitment, retention, and graduation of African-American males. The following programs at CCGA have been affiliated with this initiative: Summer Bridge and Go, Torchbearers student organization, and the Minority Outreach Program.

Minority Advising Program

The Minority Advising Program, instituted by the University System of Georgia, establishes guidelines for the establishment and maintenance of academic advising activities for minority students. http://www.usg.edu/academic_affairs_handbook/section2/handbook/C755/

Student Organizations


Contact Us

Office of Diversity & Inclusion
College of Coastal Georgia
One College Drive
Brunswick, GA 31520

Phone: 912.279.5805
Email:bgarcia@ccga.edu

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