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Spotlight on Schools: CCGA Pakistani student seeks to empower peers
Friday, November 27, 2015
It's clear that Hania Afzal has a passion about education.Talking at a rapid pace, Afzal is assuredly on fire when it comes to earning degrees and being a model for her peers.

CCGA launches Latino-based outreach effort
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
The College of Coastal Georgia stands strong on its foundation of being an accessible institution which consistently provides access to higher education.The college is now working to stretch that philosophy to include a demographic that is rapidly changing and growing in the coastal community and the state as a whole.

David Warden '16
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
David Warden '16 has the credit hours to graduate this December with a B.S. in Psychology, but he's discovered a couple of classes he'd like to fit in before commencement in May 2016, while he's applying to graduate schools. The Dean's List student, who is the recipient of the Marquess Psychology Scholarship awarded by the College Foundation, was also named the Outstanding Student in Psychology (Senior) during the 2015 Honors Day Program on May 1.

New fitness trail officially open at CCGA brunswick campus
Friday, November 20, 2015
It was the first time Greg Aloia had issued a "gobble and go" call.Standing before a crowd of runners and joggers on the College of Coastal Georgia campus, Aloia, president of the school, roused the group with an enthusiastic "on your marks, get set, gobble and go" and then sounded a horn to signal the official start of Thursday's Turkey Trot race for students and staff.

Jonathan Parker '16
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Jonathan Parker '16 said studying for his A.S.N. was not like the Army. Sergeant Parker served in Operation Iraqi Freedom I and III."In the Army, they show you once and you are expected to pay attention and get it right the first time. In the nursing program, they guide you through it. The instructors don't abandon you, but stand right there with you in the clinical setting."

CCGA volleyball wins second straight conference tournament
Monday, November 16, 2015
College of Coastal Georgia's second volleyball conference championship in a row was a little sweeter for the Lady Mariners because of who they beat to win it.After dropping just one conference match during the regular season to the University of Mobile, the Lady Mariners met the Rams again on Saturday in Montgomery, Ala., in the Southern States Athletic Conference tournament championship and beat them 3-1.

CCGA education students lead historic cemetery field trip
Friday, November 13, 2015
For Angel McClain, purple was the key.An eighth-grader at Glynn Middle School, the 14-year-old student was one of 55 pupils from her school to join a cohort of instructors from College of Coastal Georgia for the first-ever graveyard lesson plan.

CCGA ranks nationally in Best for Vets survey
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Shawn Clark spent six years in the Navy, entering into the service with the overall goal of using his time served as a vessel to help him earn a college diploma. After he left the Navy, he headed straight to College of Coastal Georgia. The school was an optimal choice thanks to its location near Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay in Camden County, low tuition costs and flexible scheduling options.

Kings Bay Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America Presents Inaugural Pete Wheeler Veterans Memorial Award
Thursday, November 12, 2015

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