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Jenna McDaniel
Tuesday, August 04, 2015
Jenna McDaniel volunteered to be an orientation leader during the summer. McDaniel said helping her friends out sounded like a fun thing to do.

CCGA hosts minority outreach program's annual graduation
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Sixty-seven young men from Glynn and McIntosh counties will walk across the auditorium stage on the College of Coastal Georgia's campus today.

CCGA Serves at humane society
Thursday, July 30, 2015
While most college students spend their summer soaking up the sun, Hannah Veazey, a rising junior at CCGA, is spending her time serving others.

College to Offer New B.A. Degree Program in French and Spanish
Thursday, July 30, 2015
CCGA is one of four schools in the University System expanding their foreign language programs through a new online eMajor approved in May.

Chase Belcher
Tuesday, July 07, 2015
Chase Belcher wants everyone on campus to know that CCGA Club Baseball is here to play.

Juliana Speer
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Juliana Speer is one of the first members of a new campus organization, Español de la Costa, that is dedicated to familiarizing College students and the community with Hispanic culture.

Jennifer Jenkins
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Biology major Jennifer Jenkins '16 didn't start college as a scientist-to-be. Since she was 11 years old, she had spent her summers with the Island Players, the community theatre on St. Simons Island, and their Young Peoples Summer Workshop.

Kyle Meyer
Tuesday, June 02, 2015
For Kyle Meyer the Atlantic Ocean and the Marshes of Glynn are two of his classrooms and you are as likely to find him at the St. Simons Island fishing pier in the village as you are on campus.

Michelle Thompson Smith
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Michelle Thompson Smith has a lot to balance in her life as she works towards her B.S.N. Previously stationed at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, the Army veteran has been living on St. Simons Island for three years and taking nursing classes at the College.

John Jackson
Tuesday, May 05, 2015
John Jackson is excited about his future. Eleven years ago, when he graduated from high school, he found a job working at a boys' home and later in road construction. He wasn't afraid of hard work, but after nine years of physical labor, he recognized he would need to go back in order to move ahead.

Charlie Felder
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Charlie Felder believes in second chances. When he graduates with his B.B.A., he will have the degree he came back to college to get so he could move ahead.

Coastal Georgia Camden Center to Open New Veterans' Lounge
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Dr. Lance Carluccio, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs, announced the names of five faculty members from the School of Arts and Sciences who received tenure and promotion to Associate Professor in April.

College Culinary Arts Students to Prepare and Serve a Wine Dinner
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Since the advent of ballet in 15th-century Italian Renaissance courts, the performance dance form that became part of the norm of French and Russian cultures has since become extremely precise and highly technical and has even generated its own vocabulary.

College to Host Coastal Conversations with Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Brunswick, GA – When College President Greg Aloia joined forces with VALOR, the campus support group for military veterans attending the College, and the Office of Enrollment Management to create a veterans-friendly campus community, goals included establishing on-campus veterans’ lounges as well as simplifying the application process for college enrollment and financial aid. The Office of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs was developed, an admissions counselor specializing in military and veterans affairs was designated, and a veterans’ lounge opened last April on the Brunswick campus.

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