Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is located on the first floor of the Andrews Center, Brunswick. Our office is responsible for maintaining student records for all current and previously enrolled students to include transfer and graduation evaluations. We are here to assist you with questions associated with registration, academic status or progression towards your degree.

Have questions? email Registrar@ccga.edu

Registration Application

The Registration Application is a more flexible and user-friendly way to register for your classed than COAST. You can research your classes, review your registration status, build a tentative schedule and view on calendar to insure no overlaps, and conduct conditional add/drops (don't drop class A until you are guaranteed a seat in class B) from one landing page.

Please click on the following links for comprehensive instructions for each section:

Prepare to Register

Course Catalog

Browse Classes

Register for Classes

DegreeWorks

DegreeWorks

College of Coastal Georgia degree auditing system is called DegreeWorks (DW). This software is a web tool that provides real-time advice for students and their advisors to monitor the student’s progress towards graduation. Not sure about your major? It can help you out with that as well by allowing you to ‘try out’ different majors using the classes you have already completed. DegreeWorks is an option in the MyCCGA portal.

Ready to get started? Need more information?

Forms

Application for Graduation

Students should apply for graduation the semester before their intended graduation date.

When to apply for graduation - if your final semester is:

Fall - The application is due July 1st

Spring - The application is due November 1st

Summer - The application is due March 1st

An Electronic Application is now available in Student Forms section of the MyCCGA Portal


Forms available in the Myccga Portal - Student Forms - Registrar Forms:


  • Change of Name, Address and Telephone
  • Change of Major or Concentration
  • Graduation Application
  • Permission to Add a Course
  • Request to Register Over Maximum Hours Recommended
  • Transient Student Permission Form
  • Reinstatement After Drop for Non-Attendance
  • Withdraw from a Course
  • Withdraw from the Semester - All Classes
  • Request for Late Term Withdraw
  • Request to Cancel Schedule for Future Term


Petition for Incomplete

If students are unable to complete a class, they may discuss the possibility of an incomplete with their instructor. The form must be on file before the end of the current semester. See catalog for details.

Instructors: This form is now available in Faculty Forms section of the MyCCGA Portal.


Degree and Enrollment Verification

Click here to request a Verification

Grade Change/Dispute

Students should begin the process by reaching out to their instructor as it could be a simple error and easily corrected. If after reaching out to the instructor and student feels the issues is unresolved the next step is to reach out to Chair of the department.

Instructors: This form is now available in Faculty Forms section of the MyCCGA Portal.

Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements

All students must submit to the Office of the Registrar a completed Application for Graduation by the application deadline for the given semester to ensure that evaluation can take place prior to final term of enrollment. It is highly recommended that the Application for Graduation be completed one full semester prior to expected completion of the program. An overall minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.00 is required for all graduates. All specific degree program requirements, including those regulating minimum GPA in programmatic courses, must be met in addition to the College's graduation requirements.

Baccalaureate degree candidates must:

  1. Apply to graduate and gain approval of Advisor and Dean.
  2. Earn a minimum overall Grade Point Average of 2.0 (C).
  3. Successfully complete all courses required in the degree program.
  4. Successfully complete a minimum of 120 semester credit hours, with a minimum of 39 credit hours at 3000/4000 level.
  5. Complete the residency requirement:
    • At least 30 credit hours of upper division courses within the program of study must be taken at CCGA.
    • All students must complete 20 of the last 30 semester credit hours preceding graduation at the College. Graduation application must be on file in the Registrar's Office prior to completing coursework at another institution.
  6. Earn a C or better in all AREA F courses.
  7. Complete the Legislative Requirement, as explained in the catalog section below entitled, “LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENT IN HISTORY AND CONSTITUTION.”
  8. Complete the wellness requirement.
  9. Complete all program specific requirements and testing. See program advisor for details.
  10. Satisfy all financial obligations to the College.

Associate degree candidates must:

  1. Earn a minimum overall Grade Point Average of 2.0 (C).
  2. Successfully complete all courses required in a degree program.
  3. Complete the residency requirement:
    • Career Associate students must complete 24 credits at the College
    • Associate of Science/Associate of Arts in core curriculum students must complete 20 credits at the College
    • All students must complete 20 of the last 30 semester credit hours preceding graduation at the College. Graduation application must be on file in the Registrar’s Office prior to completing coursework at another institution
  4. Earn a C or better in all AREA F courses, for Associate of Science and Associate of Arts in core curriculum students—this requirement does not apply to career associate students.
  5. Complete the Legislative Requirement, as explained in the catalog section below entitled, “LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENT IN HISTORY AND CONSTITUTION.”
  6. Complete the wellness requirement (see below), for Associate of Science and Associate of Arts in core curriculum students—this requirement does not apply to career associate students.
  7. Complete all program specific requirements and testing. See program advisor for details.
  8. Satisfy all financial obligations to the College.

Dual Degrees, Double Majors, and Double Concentrations

A student may earn multiple degrees and/or complete multiple programs of study from CCGA. All requirements of each program of study must be met and completed simultaneously along with the institutional requirements and must include 18 additional credit hours in residence beyond the first degree.

Dual Associate Degrees: Must include 18 additional credit hours in residence beyond the first degree.

Dual Baccalaureate Degrees or Double Majors: Must complete a minimum of 150 credit hours.

Double Concentrations (except in BS Middle Grades Education): Must complete a minimum of 135 credit hours.

Students pursuing multiple degrees and/or programs of study must be advised by faculty in both academic disciplines.

A student may be granted a degree under the requirements specified in the catalog at the time of admission, within a period of 10 years from date of first entry (if a break in enrollment has not occurred), or the current catalog. See individual program requirements for possible age limitations of specific courses.


Graduation Honors

Baccalaureate Degrees

Scholastic recognition at graduation will be based on a cumulative grade point average (GPA) calculated on the basis of all work in the student's college career, including any attempted at other institutions. Credit by examination, DSST, CLEP, and AP credit, as well as courses specifically excluded by college policy cannot be used to in the GPA calculation for graduation with honors. The student must complete at least 30 semester hours of coursework in residency at CCGA. The specific award, based on the student's overall cumulative GPA, will be one of the following:

Cum Laude 3.50-3.69
Magna Cum Laude 3.70-3.89
Summa Cum Laude 3.90-4.00

Associate of Science for Transfer, Associate of Arts for Transfer and Career Associate Degrees

Students who have maintained an unadjusted Institutional cumulative GPA of 3.75 for all work completed for an associate degree and have satisfactorily completed requirements for graduation will have their diplomas inscribed With Honors in recognition of high scholastic achievement.

Catalogs

Catalogs

The PDF versions of older catalogs are very large files and will take some time to download. Please be patient.

2020-2021

2019-2020

2018-2019

2017-2018

2016-2017

2015 - 2016

2014 - 2015

2013 - 2014

2012 - 2013

2011 - 2012

2010 - 2011

2009 - 2010

2008 - 2009

2007 - 2008

2006 - 2007

Order Transcript

Requesting Official Transcript

TranscriptsPlus

Credentials Solutions is the designated agent for processing and sending official transcripts on behalf of College of Coastal Georgia. When placing the order you will be directed to the TranscriptsPlus website.

"Pick-up" orders are not available if the campus is closed. Normal working hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. Summer hours are May 28 - Aug. 9, 2019 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.

To Order a Transcript

Current students Order transcripts through the MYCCGA Portal. By using the portal your identity will be verified and your demographic information will populate.

Former students: Click here

All Students to check the status of your transcript order Click here

Contact Information

The Registrar's office contact information:

Phone: 912-279-5738

Fax: 912-262-3072

Email: registrar@ccga.edu

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

(except holidays - see calendar for holiday schedule)

Student Records

Coastal Georgia follows the record retention guidelines in the USG Records Retention Manual, which covers student records under series 0472-06 (see also Series 0472-05 Academic Affairs, Series 0472-04 Human Resources, Series 0472-3 Finance).

Academic Transcripts are permanent and are available for students to view and copies may be requested for a nominal fee.

All other documents that make up student's academic record (applications, transcripts from previous schools, testing records) are subject to being destroyed after the retention date has passed in accordance with the USG Records Retention Manual.

Privacy of Student Records

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