Main Campus - Brunswick, GA
The campus of the College of Coastal Georgia is located within the port city of Brunswick on the southeast coast of Georgia, equidistant between Savannah and Jacksonville, Florida. The local geography encompasses beautiful beaches on the Atlantic Ocean, barrier islands, saltwater marshes, famous golf courses, award-winning resorts, world-class fishing, national monuments, popular state parks, nature preserves, historic cities, quaint villages, and lots of sunshine. Easy access via I-95, two international airports and one regional airport makes student travel and family visits a breeze.
The Camden Center of College of Coastal Georgia
The Camden Center, located in Kingsland, Georgia, just a few miles north of the Florida border, provides a regular schedule of day and evening classes for the convenience of Camden, Charlton and Nassau County students attending the College of Coastal Georgia. Classes span the core courses for business, education, the humanities and social sciences, math and the natural sciences. The facility also houses the Hotel Operations and award-winning Culinary Arts programs of the College of Coastal Georgia.
Assistant Professor Walter D. Wright, a graduate of Cornell University, serves as program coordinator of the Associate of Applied Science degree in Hospitality Management. Chef Steven L. Ingersoll, Assistant Professor of Culinary Arts, is a graduate of the New England Culinary Institute and was Camden County's 2009 Chef of the Year. The Culinary Arts program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation. For more information about these programs, click here.
The College began offering classes in Camden County in 1983, initially on the Kings Bay military base. The 89,000 square-foot Camden Center opened in May 2004, featuring a beautiful rotunda, a 260-seat auditorium, classrooms, chemistry and biology laboratories, full-service library/learning center, the teaching kitchen and demonstration dining room. Holly Christensen is the director of the Camden Center.