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A.D. Pete Correll to visit campus for Coastal Conversation
Friday, April 15, 2016
Members of the community are invited to join faculty, staff, and students for a stimulating series of conversations – live one-on-one interviews – featuring prominent Golden Isles residents who have had outstanding careers and are willing to share their experiences. For the fourth "Coastal Conversation" on Tuesday, April 19, at 6 p.m. in the Stembler Theatre of the Campus Center, noted businessman, author, civic leader and CCGA Brown Family Executive-in-Residence Reg Murphy interviews Brunswick native and former Georgia Pacific CEO A.D. "Pete" Correll.

College shows off its new residence hall
Friday, April 08, 2016
Megan Maloof doesn't know yet if she will find herself living in the Lakeside Village or the soon-to-be-completed Mariners Village on campus at College of Coastal Georgia.

CCGA service learning project donates to CIS Backpack Buddies
Friday, March 25, 2016

CCGA launches new milestone marker initiative
Monday, March 21, 2016

CCGA club baseball team improving stock in NCBA
Monday, February 01, 2016
Chase Belcher and Paul Anderson threw a baseball back-and-forth in the Coastal Georgia quad during the fall of 2014. As freshmen at the College, the two former high school players still itched for life on the baseball diamond. That is when an older student saw them playing catch and approached them.

College of Coastal Georgia hosts inaugural ecological-theme symposium
Monday, February 01, 2016
Mary Freund had no idea her simple interest in the environment would turn into a career. Currently the watershed outreach coordinator for the Satilla Riverkeeper environmental protection agency, Freund found her way to her career after a workshop she attended about water quality while a student at College of Coastal Georgia. From that one event, her interest grew in how her hometown of Woodbine was faring with regard to its rivers and streams.

Former CCGA professor returns to campus for book tour
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Lawrence Earle Johnson has had a storied career, and now he is adding yet another interesting chapter. After a long career in law enforcement, followed up with a stretch of working in higher education, Johnson has put pen to paper and published his first novel.

CCGA has international basketball influence
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
It might only be a 3,500-person school in a small town in southeast Georgia, but — thanks to its basketball teams — the College of Coastal Georgia is starting to have a worldwide feel.Four of the 21 players on the Mariner men's and women's basketball teams were born outside of the United States. And, especially on the women's side, the international standouts are much more than just members of the team. They are some of the biggest contributors for the Lady Mariners.

Courtney Kilpatrick '18
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Courtney Kilpatrick drives to campus for classes daily at the College of Coastal Georgia from her home in nearby Jesup. She was interested in other schools after graduating from Wayne County High, but she chose our Brunswick school admittedly because she wasn't ready to leave home.

Milton Geddes '16
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Milton Geddes chose to attend Coastal Georgia for three simple reasons.One, the school offered him a basketball scholarship. Two, he could finish out his degree in education here. And three, it was just a short drive across state lines from his home in Jacksonville.

Mikayla Craft '17
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Not all journeys are a straight path; Mikayla Craft '17 will be the first to tell you that.After completing her first academic Year at College of Coastal Georgia in May of 2013 she decided to take a year off from school. She began her college career in the fall of 2012 as a pre-occupational therapy major, but a trying freshman year left her unsure about her path. Classes weren't going as planned and she felt like she was walking through life without a map, or a destination.


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