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CCGA implements cost-saving initiatives to help students
Thursday, July 28, 2016
The cost of a college education goes well beyond tuition prices. Textbooks, meal plans, fees and other costs quickly add up to make a college degree a high-priced commodity. To address the rising cost of higher education, administrators at College of Coastal Georgia are rolling out several initiatives in an attempt to provide a more affordable and accessible education to the students it serves.

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College of Coastal Georgia reduces costs to support students
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
When the College of Coastal Georgia's (CCGA) fall semester kicks off next month, students enrolled for the 2016-2017 academic year may save up to $1.8 million through a combination of cost avoidance and cost reduction measures for applicable students. ​ President Greg Aloia and the College's leadership team are committed to finding ways to help make higher education more affordable and reduce costs for students.

CCGA professor uses newspapers to encourage involvement in politics
Monday, July 25, 2016
A professor at the College of Coastal Georgia is encouraging students to read more newspapers, one Introduction to American Government class at a time. Ernest Hammond, a part-time political science instructor at the college, pushes his students to be involved in the governing process by requiring them to write letters to the editor to The Brunswick News, as well as to write to their local, state and national political representatives and to attend county commission meetings.

College of Coastal Georgia Announces President's List & Dean's List for Spring Term 2016
Wednesday, June 01, 2016

CCGA hosts annual spring graduation ceremony, complete with candy bars
Friday, May 06, 2016
Chantravee Hin Blair stood visibly anxious in the lobby of the Jekyll Island Convention Center, just minutes before walking out in front of thousands of family members, friends and peers, to accept her college diploma. But it wasn't that which had her rattled.

School of Nursing and Health Sciences Holds Pinning Ceremony
Thursday, May 05, 2016
The College of Coastal Georgia School of Nursing and Health Sciences held its annual pinning ceremony for 88 students on Wednesday night in the Howard Coffin Gymnasium. The pinning ceremony, a venerable tradition in the nursing profession, welcomes new graduates to the profession of nursing.

CCGA shines spotlight on inaugural class of Hall of Fame students
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
s the spring semester comes to a close for students at College of Coastal Georgia, attentions have increasingly focused on final exams, graduation and the launching of new careers and professional lives.

CCGA professor seeks positive ways to decrease SNAP participation
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
As a result of his research efforts in recent months, Taylor Rhodes – a College of Coastal Georgia economics professor – discovered some distressing long-term issues impacting Glynn, McIntosh and Brantley counties. In an article published in The Brunswick News weekend edition, Rhodes cited his surprise in learning that the counties have seen substantial growth in food stamp recipients since 2007 – significantly more than the state and nation overall.

Internationally Renowned Artist Sonia Grineva Donates Artwork to Huie-Wilcox Gallery
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
The College of Coastal Georgia recently received a new piece of artwork in the Huie-Wilcox Gallery. Capri Marina Picola, oil on canvas, by Sonia Grineva was added to the permanent collection. The 48" by 32" landscape captures Marina Picola located in Italy on the sunny South side of the island of Capri, sheltered from the wind by a steep wall of rock. Grivena considers Marina Picola one of the most beautiful in the world.


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