Georgia residents (age 62 and older) are eligible for Coastal Georgia’s Amendment 23 Admissions Program.
Whether intending to enroll for credit or non-credit purposes, admissions through Amendment 23 allows eligible applicants to attend classes free of tuition (some fees and supply costs will still apply) on a space available basis.

How Do I Become a Student?

Degree vs. Non-Degree:

Under Amendment 23, a student can choose to take courses for credit and earn a degree from the College of Coastal Georgia. For these students, they will need to submit their official transcripts from all previous schools along with their application.

Non-degree students can choose to audit classes, meaning they will not be required to submit all previous transcripts, and only need to show proof of previous college in the form of a diploma or college transcript. Non-degree students can attend for multiple semesters and register for classes on a space-available basis. Some fees may still apply, including supplies (books and materials), lab fees, or shop fees.

College of Coastal Georgia
Office of Admissions
1 College Drive, Brunswick, GA 31520


Course Registration Begins

Admissions Application Deadline


July 1

August 1


December 1

December 15


April 1

May 15