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A summary of general information and data about the College of Coastal Georgia can be found in the 2022-23 Common Data Set.
The following content is contained in each year’s Common Data Set:
The College of Coastal Georgia’s organizational structure shows the internal structure of the institution and represents how the institution organizes its functions and drives business processes.
The Business Affairs Division maintains organizational charts for the President, the Vice Presidents, and their direct reports. They are updated as needed, but at least annually as of July 1.
The admissions funnel shows the number of applicants, admitted applicants, enrolled students, admit rates, and yield rates for first-time freshmen and first-time transfers.
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Fall student enrollment numbers are based on University System of Georgia (USG) Academic Data Collection, Mid-Term Census data.
The degrees awarded are based on a fiscal year reporting model. The number of degrees awarded by level is displayed longitudinally.
As a member of the State College sector within the University System of Georgia, Coastal Georgia is included in the balanced bachelor’s and associate-level state colleges group that offer bachelor’s degrees, associate programs, and general education courses, but no graduate programs.
Coastal Georgia offers challenging academic programs that lead to eighteen bachelor’s degrees, three career associate degrees, and two general associate programs. Whether students are just beginning their college experience, or coming back, they will find a dedicated faculty eager to assist them in realizing their academic goals.
The College of Coastal Georgia is committed to providing programs and services that support student learning and the overall academic mission of the institution. These services enrich the total student experience, enhance student satisfaction and development, support a culturally diverse student population, and encourage interaction and integration of in- and out-of-class experiences.
Fall semester faculty & staff data include full-time teaching faculty, research faculty, general administrators, academic administrators, public service faculty, librarians, and counselors who hold Board-approved academic rank; are tenured, on tenure track, or in positions that are not on a tenure track; and are employed on at least an academic year contract. Instructional faculty are a subset of the Corps of Instruction. Part-time faculty are not included.
College of Coastal Georgia’s tuition and mandatory fees per academic year (two 15-credit hour terms) total $4,574 for in-state and $12,756 for out-of-state students. The estimated cost is $26,498 for in-state students living on campus and $35,130 for out-of-state students. The national average total cost is $24,300 for in-state students.
The College of Coastal Georgia has adequate physical resources to support the mission of the institution and the scope of its programs and services. The Brunswick campus consists of approximately 193 acres located in Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, while the off-campus instructional site (Camden Center) is built on seventy-five acres of land in Kingsland, Camden County, Georgia.
Coastal Georgia operates and maintains a building inventory that consists of fifteen buildings comprising a total of 483,771 square feet. The number of classrooms and teaching labs is adequate for the present level of enrollment. The student-faculty ratio is 21:1, and there are ninety-four classroom and laboratory spaces ranging in size from 6 to 125 seats.
The campus in Brunswick, Georgia, has been an important contributor to the City of Brunswick and Glynn County area’s status as the major cultural, educational, and economic hub between Savannah, seventy-five miles to the north, and Jacksonville, Florida, some sixty-five miles to the south.
The College has 381,978 square feet of building space on the Brunswick campus, and 101,793 square feet at the Camden Center. In Fall 2023, the College established an off-campus instructional facility in downtown Brunswick to serve as a teaching kitchen/laboratory for its Culinary Arts program. Although additional space is highly desirable, these physical resources are adequate to support the mission of the College.