Residence Life & Housing

Looking for your next home away from home? Join the Mariner Family and stay in one of our three residence halls along with fellow classmates. We offer suite and apartment-style housing on the Brunswick campus.

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Mariner Village

Mariner Village provides the traditional college living experience for all types of residential students. It houses 216 residents in three different types of suites. It comes complete with a laundry room on each floor, a community kitchen, and numerous study rooms.

Lakeside Village

Lakeside Village also provides the traditional college living experience for all types of residential students. It houses 350 residents in three different types of suits, has two laundry rooms, a community kitchen, a computer lab, a game room, and various study lounges.

Coastal Place Apts.

These apartments are our off-campus residential apartments that house 132 non-freshmen students. It’s a 10-minute drive from campus. Apartments have kitchenettes and full living and dining room areas. These apartments are only available if on-campus housing does not have space available.

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If you are unable to visit our campus, please see the photos posted via these links.

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If you are unable to visit our campus, please see the photos posted via these links.

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Apartment Features:

  • Three or two students in one large bedroom
  • The bedrooms have nightstands, dressers, and closets
  • One bathroom with a sink, bathtub, and toilet
  • Vanity sink in the bedroom
  • Kitchen with stovetop, full-size refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, and kitchen sink
  • Living and dining room areas with provided furniture

If you are unable to visit our campus, please see the below photos:

Why Live on Campus?

Why Live in Campus Housing?

Living in campus housing has many benefits for students. Recent research of college students show that those students who live on campus have seen an increase in academic success and a closer connection to the campus community (Gross, Hossler, & Ziskin, 2007). Students in campus housing also live with their peers and Resident Assistants provide personal and academic support. Our residential program offers students convenience and security as well as an excellent on-campus dining experience. Rent includes all utilities and your suite/apartment is fully furnished.

The Residential Experience

Residence Life and Housing at College of Coastal Georgia consists of two housing options. Each of these living environments provides recreational lounges, study rooms, laundry, vending, and mailrooms. These options offer convenience in proximity, cost, and connection to campus.

Gross, J. P. K, Hossler, D., & Ziskin, M. (2007). Institutional Aid and Student Persistence: An Analysis of the Effects of Institutional Financial Aid at Public Four-Year Institutions. NASFAA Journal of Student Financial Aid, 37(1), 28-39.

On-Campus Dining & Meal Plans

Mariners Galley is our traditional dining hall that provides an all-you-care-to-eat style of dining. It offers a wide variety of options each day so you can always find something you like.

Dockside Deli offers Nescafe drip coffee and teas, breakfast pastries and sandwiches, hot and delicious soups, ready-to-eat deli sandwiches, salads and wraps – made fresh for you each day.

Residents in Lakeside Village and Mariner Village are required to participate in the on-campus meal plan. Learn more about meal plan options here.

First-Year Live-On Requirement

Living on campus at the College of Coastal Georgia allows students to engage in the numerous educational and social benefits in campus housing that may not be realized by those living off campus. The College of Coastal Georgia requires all traditional first year students to live on campus.

As an incoming traditional first year student, you are required to live campus housing. For certain instances, an exemption may be granted (please see the exemption form for those instances). Your request will be reviewed by the Office of Residence Life and Housing and this Office will notify you of our decision. You must submit a First Year Live-On Requirement Exemption Form (see Forms below).

For additional information regarding requests for exemption, contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing at 912-279-4560 or Residence.Life@ccga.edu.

The First Year Live-On Requirement will be violated if the student:

  • Provides false or misleading information in connection with a request for exemption,
  • Fails to comply by not applying for housing and/or assuming occupancy in a residence hall

Failure to comply with the First Year Live-On Requirement Policy will result in the student automatically being signed up for housing and billed.

Procedures for Reviewing Requests for Exemption from First Year Live-On Requirement
  1. Requests for exemption to the First Year Live-On Requirement will be considered.
  2. Submit a First Year Live-On Requirement Exemption Form (see Forms below).
  3. Office of Residence Life and Housing
    College of Coastal Georgia
    One College Drive
    Brunswick, GA 31520
  4. The Director of Residence Life and Housing/Deputy Title IX Coordinator, or his/her designee, will review written requests for exemption within a timely manner. Additional information may be required of some applicants. Applicants will be notified of decisions regarding requests for exemption in a timely manner.
  5. Individual students may appeal, via email, the denial of the request for exemption to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students or his/her designee.
    1. Appeals must be emailed to the Office of Residence Life and Housing no later than ten working days after notice has been sent that a request for exemption has been denied.
    2. Appeals will be reviewed in a timely manner at the Office of Residence Life and Housing.
    3. The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students or his/her designee may consult with other units of the College, including, but not limited to, the Disability Resource Center, and the Office of Financial Aid and Veteran’s Affairs when appropriate.
    4. The decision of the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students or his/her designee will be communicated within a reasonable time from the date that the appeal is reviewed.
    5. The decision of the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students or his/her designee will be final.
FAQs

Assignments

When and how should I apply?

Demand for campus housing is high and we expect to fill all of our space in both Lakeside Village and Mariner Village next year. Housing assignments are based on date of completed application, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Once you are admitted to College of Coastal Georgia, you may apply online. There is a $50 application fee and a $200 housing prepayment.

What if I don’t get along with my suitemate(s)?
There is always an adjustment to living with new people. It is important to have open and honest communication with your suitemates/roommates. The Resident Assistants are trained to assist with conflict mediation between suitemates/roommates. In addition, after check-in, the RA will provide a suitemate/roommate agreement. This agreement will help identify living standards. The residents will fill out this agreement and return it to the RA.
 

What is the first-year live-on requirement policy for incoming freshmen?
If you are an incoming first-time freshmen, you are required to live on campus for your first year. For certain instances, an exemption may be granted (please see the exemption form for those instances). Your request will be reviewed by the Office of Residence Life and Housing, which will notify you of the decision. You must submit a First Year Live-On Requirement Exemption Form. For more information, contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing at 912-279-5815 or residence.life@ccga.edu.

Can current College of Coastal Georgia students apply for live in campus housing?
Yes, current College of Coastal Georgia students may apply, but there are a limited number of spaces available. Apply early because once the space is filled, you will be placed on a waiting list.

How are assignments made?
Assignments are first made by the date the application is completed. For new students, considerations are made on the student’s room style preferences and if a roommate request was submitted. If a roommate request was not submitted, assignments are also made through an online matching process that uses that data submitted on the application under lifestyle choices. For returning housing students, housing assignments are made through a Room Selection process. If a returning housing student does not participate in Room Selection, they will be placed into a space based on availability.

When will I find out my assignment?
Final assignment information will be sent to the student that will include suite/apartment and suitemate/roommate information 1-2 months before the semester begins.

How do I add or change requests on a contract?
To add or change preferences on your application, log back into the housing application or click “Apply For Housing” in the left hand menu.

How do I request a suitemate/roommate?
During the application process, you can request or search for a suitemate/roommate. Suitemate/roommate requests must be mutual and are not guaranteed.

How do I request ADA accommodations for on-campus housing?
ADA accommodations are available to students who choose to self-identify and provide appropriate documentation of their disability. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations in the residence hall should submit a Voluntary Disclosure of Disability Form which can be accessed on the Office of Disability Services website. Documentation of the disability also needs to be submitted to the Office of Disability Services. For guidelines on the process of submitting this documentation, see pages 4-5 of the Disability Handbook.

Please submit your completed housing application and request for accommodations as early as possible. The Office of Disability Services staff will review your request and you will be contacted to discuss your requested housing accommodation. All housing accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dominique Driessen-Espana at the Office of Disability Services by phone at 912-279-5803, or by email at ddriessenespana@ccga.edu.

May I stay in housing over the breaks?
Students may stay in the hall during the fall break, Thanksgiving holiday and spring break. There is a separate online housing application that must be submitted for winter break housing. If you are not remaining in campus housing over winter break, students do not need to move all of their belongings out of their suite. Students who want to stay in a residence hall during the summer will need to submit a summer contract.

How do I cancel my contract?
In order to avoid any rent charges or associated cancellation fees, please see the terms and conditions of your contract to determine cancellation deadlines. A registered student who fails to cancel his or her contract prior to the first day of the contract period and is either (a) not living in the residence hall or (b) moves out of the residence hall at any time during the contract period, will be held financially responsible for rental charges for the duration of the contract period.

A resident’s request for release will be considered and approved only for the following six (6) reasons: (a) official withdrawal; (b) marriage; (c) non-registration for classes; (d) graduation; (e) participation in non-local College programs; or (f) call to active duty military service. You can petition for contract release (see form under “Housing Forms and Handbook” section of this webpage, or click “Forms” on the left hand navigation menu).
 

Rental Rates, Billing, and Payments

What are the current rental rates and due dates?
Rental rates vary depending upon the type of accommodation. Be sure to check the proposed rental rates and due dates.

What is the housing confirmation prepayment?
The housing confirmation prepayment is a portion of the semester rent and confirms a student’s intent to live in campus housing. You can pay for your $200 confirmation during the online housing application process via credit card.

The confirmation rent payment is refundable only for cancellations received by the date specified in the terms and conditions of your contract.

How can I pay my $50 application fee and $200 confirmation prepayment?
You can pay for your $50 application fee and $200 confirmation during the online housing application process via credit card.

Can financial aid be used to cover housing?
Rent charges will be placed on your student’s account at the beginning of each semester before financial aid is distributed. If your student is expecting financial aid to pay housing rent, your student is not required to make a payment before distribution occurs. The amount of rent paid varies depending on the amount of aid received. It is your student’s responsibility to verify the student account balance after financial aid is distributed to determine if any additional payment is due. Please note that you will need to pay the $50 application fee and $200 housing confirmation prepayment before financial aid disburses.

Where is the form for the 2022 CPA Meal Plan Election?
Please click here for the form.

Where is the CPA Housing Contract?
Please click here for the form.

What if my rent is late?
Significant late rent may prevent registration and transcript processing, and you will face possible eviction if not paid.

 

Moving In and Out

When can I check in?
The residence hall check-in day and time information may be found on the Residence Life page. The first day of the contract period is the published opening day of the residence halls. Typically, the residence halls open a few days prior to the first day of class. Students must check into their room by 5 p.m. on the first day of classes, or their room will be released to another student.

Where do I check in?
You may go directly to the residence hall lobby to check-in. At that time you will complete all check-in paperwork and then gain access to the building and your suite/apartment. In addition, you will be issued keys to your room. There will be designated unloading areas. Once you have unloaded your belongings, you will need to move your vehicle to one of the designated parking lots.

Where do I park during check in?
There will be signs at the residence hall indicating loading and unloading zones. Once you have unloaded, you will need to move your vehicle to the designated parking lot.

When does the residence hall close?
See closing days and times hereStudents may stay in the hall during the fall break, Thanksgiving holiday and spring break. There is a separate online housing application that must be submitted for winter break housing. If you are not remaining in campus housing over winter break, students do not need to move all of their belongings out of their suite.

Should my I purchase renter’s insurance?
Although precautions are taken to maintain security on the College campus, the College will not assume any responsibility or legal obligation to pay for any student’s personal property that is lost, stolen, or damaged from any cause, nor will the College assume any responsibility or legal obligation to pay for any injury or damages, personal or property, while the student is a resident at the institution. While not required, you are strongly encouraged to consider acquiring some form of personal insurance (e.g., renter’s insurance) if your family’s homeowner’s policy does not cover property while it is located at the College.

Housing Facilities, Amenities, and Maintenance

 
What is included in the rental rates?
In your rental rates, all utilities are included. These utilities include water, electric, high-speed Internet, basic cable, and local telephone service in the hallways. The suite and room are fully furnished as well.
 
Can I bring a refrigerator or microwave?
For Lakeside Village and Mariner Village, each suite has a designated outlet for a mini-fridge and microwave.
 
What else can I bring/not bring?
Check out the “What to Bring List.”
 
Can I remove the furniture in my room?
You may not remove furniture from your room/suite/apartment. Due to fire and safety regulations you must use the furniture provided. Residents are responsible for the contents of their room/suite/apartment and will be charged for the replacement cost of any missing furniture.
 
Where do I receive my mail? What is my mailing address for letter and packages?
When you check into your residence hall room you will be assigned a post office mailbox. Post office boxes are located in the lobbies of the residence halls. Packages can be picked up at the Information Desk.

For Lakeside Village your address is:
Student Name
100 Mariner Way #(student’s box number)
Brunswick, GA 31520

For Mariner Village/Coastal Place Apartments your address is:
Student Name
80 Mariner Way #(student’s box number)
Brunswick, GA 31520

Is there a laundry facility?
Yes, the residence halls have laundry facilities for your use. For Lakeside Village and Mariner Village, you will use your Mariners Access Card to pay for machine usage.
 
How does the telephone service work?
The hallways in Lakeside Village include a telephone with local telephone service. The lobby of Coastal Place Apartments has local telephone service.
 
Is alcohol and drug use permitted in the residence hall?

No students are permitted to possess or consume alcohol, or possess alcohol beverage containers. The possession, use, sale, manufacture/cultivation or provision of any type of illegal drug, possession of paraphernalia, or aiding in the use of such are not permitted in the residence halls.

Who cleans the rooms/suites/apartments?
Students are responsible for cleaning their own rooms/suites/apartments as well as the bathrooms. Students are expected to work out an equitable cleaning schedule with fellow suitemates/roommates. Custodial staff clean the corridors, stairwells, lounges, lobbies and laundry rooms on a daily basis.
 
What are the policies for the residence halls?

The safety and security of the residence hall are very important to us. Please be sure to look over the Code of Conduct and the Residence Hall Handbook.

Meal Plans

If I live in campus housing, am I required to have a meal plan?
All residents are required to participate in the meal plan. Lakeside Village and Mariner Village residents participate in the residential meal plan. Find more information regarding the meal plan here.
 

Hall Staff

Who are the residence hall staff members?
Lakeside Village and Mariner Village have a full-time live-in Residence Hall Director (RHD). The RHD is responsible for the overall management and daily operations of the residence halls. The RHD directly supervises the 9 College of Coastal Georgia student Resident Assistants in Lakeside Village, 6 Resident Assistants in Mariner Village and 2 Resident Assistants in Coastal Place Apartments.
 
The Resident Assistant (RA) is a student leader who lives in the residence hall and oversees an area in the building. This College of Coastal Georgia student will be a resource for academic and institutional questions, building community, and enforcing residence hall policies.
Move-In FAQs

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Parent/Family Information

We understand that the transition to college is a time of change for both the student and family. It is important that you receive support and guidance during this time. These questions and answers help provide information about the Office of Residence Life and Housing and how to help your student adjust to living on campus. We invite you to join us as a partner in your student’s social and educational development. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any further questions. We look forward to working with you and your student.


What are the application and housing charges? When do we pay the housing charges?

Once your student is admitted to College of Coastal Georgia, she/he can apply online. You can pay for your $50 application fee and $200 confirmation during the online housing application process via credit card.


CAN FINANCIAL AID BE USED TO COVER HOUSING?

Rent charges will be placed on your student’s account at the beginning of each semester before financial aid is distributed. If your student is expecting financial aid to pay housing rent, your student is not required to make a payment before distribution occurs. The amount of rent paid varies depending on the amount of aid received. It is your student’s responsibility to verify the student account balance after financial aid is distributed to determine if any additional payment is due. Please note that you will need to pay the $50 application fee and $200 housing confirmation prepayment before financial aid disburses.


WHAT ARE THE POLICIES OF THE RESIDENCE HALLS?

The safety and security of the residence hall are very important to us. Please review the Residence Hall Handbook and the Student Code of Conduct.


ARE THE RESIDENCE HALLS A NOISY ENVIRONMENT?

We understand that the primary reason students attend College of Coastal Georgia is to succeed in college and ultimately receive a degree. We strive to create a quiet and respectful environment that is conducive to study. During the day, a courtesy hours policy will be in effect so that a respectful amount of noise can be generated. During the evening and night time, a quiet hours policy will be effect. We also encourage residents in her/his suite/apartment to take responsibility to address noise violations.


SHOULD MY SON/DAUGHTER PURCHASE RENTER’S INSURANCE?

Although precautions are taken to maintain security on the College campus, the College will not assume any responsibility or legal obligation to pay for any student’s personal property that is lost, stolen, or damaged from any cause, nor will the College assume any responsibility or legal obligation to pay for any injury or damages, personal or property, while the student is a resident at the institution. While not required, you are strongly encouraged to consider acquiring some form of personal insurance (e.g., renter’s insurance) if your family’s homeowner’s policy does not cover property while it is located at the College.


WHO CLEANS THE ROOMS/SUITES/APARTMENTS?

Students are responsible for cleaning their own rooms/suites/apartments as well as the bathrooms. Students are expected to work out an equitable cleaning schedule with fellow suitemates/roommates. Custodial staff clean the corridors, stairwells, lounges, lobbies and laundry rooms on a daily basis.


WHEN WILL MY SON/DAUGHTER KNOW HIS/HER SUITE/APARTMENT ASSIGNMENT AND SUITEMATE/ROOMMATE INFORMATION?

Your son/daughter will receive suite/apartment assignments 1-2 months before the semester begins. In order for your student to be issued a suite/apartment assignment they must have a complete application, which includes payment of the $50 application fee and the $200 confirmation prepayment.


WHAT IF MY STUDENT AND HIS/HER SUITEMATE(S)/ROOMMATE(S) DON’T GET ALONG?

There is always an adjustment to living with new people. It is important to emphasis to your student that she/he has open and honest communication with her/his suitemates/roommates. The Resident Assistants are trained to assist with conflict mediation between suitemates/roommates. In addition, after check-in, the RA will provide a suitemate/roommate agreement. This agreement will help identify standards for living in the suite. The residents in the suite/apartment will fill out this agreement and return it to the RA.


WHAT SHOULD MY SON/DAUGHTER BRING/NOT BRING?

Please review the “What to Bring” list.


HOW DO I SEND MAIL AND PACKAGES TO MY STUDENT AT CCGA?

You may send mail and packages to your student at their post office box located in the residence halls. The address is:

Lakeside Village
Student Name
100 Mariner Way
# (student’s box number)
Brunswick, GA 31520

Mariner Village / Coastal Place Apartments
Student Name
80 Mariner Way
# (student’s box number)
Brunswick, GA 31520

Rental Rates

2023-2024 Student Housing Rates:

May Downtime 2024

Rates

Lakeside Village

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Suite

$749

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Semi Suite

$691

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Shared Suite

$620

4 Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Private Suite

$663

Mariner Village

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Suite

$757

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Shared Suite

$620

4 Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Private Suite

$668

Summer Session 2024

Rates

Lakeside Village

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Suite

$1,419

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Semi Suite

$1,281

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Shared Suite

$1,140

4 Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Private Suite

$1,210

Mariner Village

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Suite

$1,432

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Shared Suite

$1,140

4 Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Private Suite

$1,221

Fall 2023 & Spring 2024 Semester

Rates

Lakeside Village

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Suite

$3,533

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom, Private Semi Suite

$3,260

4 Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Private Suite

$3,127

Mariner Village

2 BR/1BA Private Suite

$3,575

4 BR/2BA Private Suite

$3,155

2 BR/1BA Shared Suite

$2,925

Coastal Place Apartments

Single Room

$4,223

Double Room

$3,618

Triple Room

$2,814

Winter 2023 Downtime

Rates

Lakeside Village

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Suite

$868

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom, Private Semi Suite

$801

4 Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Private Suite

$769

Mariner Village

2 BR/1BA Private Suite

$879

4 BR/2BA Private Suite

$775

2 BR/1BA Shared Suite

$719

Coastal Place Apartments

Double Room

$889

August Downtime 2023

Rates

Lakeside Village

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Suite

$569

2 Bedroom, 1-Bathroom Private Semi Suite

$525

4 Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Private Suite

$504

Mariner Village

2 BR/1BA Private Suite

$576

4 BR/2BA Private Suite

$508

2BR/1BA Shared Suite

$471

Coastal Place Apartments

Single Room

$680

Double Room

$583

Triple Room

$453

Safety and Security

The Office of Residence Life and Housing and Campus Police are committed to creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment for all our residents. Our partnership has implemented the following security measures with more in development:

  • A Residence Hall Handbook
  • Door access security for exterior and interior doors in Lakeside Village
  • Video-surveillance at the entrances and around the residence halls
  • Emergency call boxes around Lakeside Village and Mariner Village and video-surveillance in the parking lots of the residence halls
  • Gated access parking lot entrance only for residents with a residence life parking lot permit

The exterior doors of Lakeside Village and Mariner Village are always locked and residents gain entry only by their Mariners Access Card. Coastal Place Apartments has physical keys for their apartments. Only residents and their approved guests have access. We have trained professional and student housing staff living in the residence halls. Housing staff and Campus Police are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for assistance. Resident Assistants perform conduct rounds throughout the residence hall at night for assistance and policy enforcement. In case of emergencies, the Southeast Georgia Health System is adjacent to College of Coastal Georgia.

Housing Forms and Handbook

First Year Live-On Requirement Exemption

As an incoming, traditional first-year student, you are required to live on-campus in student housing. Your request will be reviewed by the Office of Residence Life and Housing and this Office will notify you of our decision.

Office of Residence Life and Housing
College of Coastal Georgia
One College Drive
Brunswick, GA 31520

For additional information regarding requests for exemption, contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing at 912-279-5815, or Residence.Life@ccga.edu.

The First Year Live-On Requirement will be violated if the student:

  • provides false or misleading information in connection with a request for exemption
  • fails to comply by not applying for housing and/or assuming occupancy in a residence hall

Failure to comply with the First Year Live-On Requirement Policy will result in the student automatically being signed up for housing and billed.

Petition for Contract Release

The Director of Residence Life and Housing, or his/her designee/committee, will review written requests for exemption within a timely manner. Additional information may be required of some residents. Residents will be notified of decisions regarding requests for contract release in a timely manner.

Individual requests may appeal, via email, the denial of the request for exemption to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management or his/her designee.

Appeals must be emailed to the Office of Residence Life and Housing no later than 10 working days after notice has been sent that a request for exemption has been denied.

Appeals will be reviewed in a timely manner at the Office of Residence Life and Housing.

The Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management or his/her designee may consult with other units of the College, including, but not limited to, the Disability Resource Center, and the Office of Financial Aid, when appropriate.

The decision of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management or his/her designee will be communicated within a reasonable time from the date that the appeal is reviewed.

The decision of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management or his/her designee will be final.

Your housing contract is binding for the entire academic year, both fall and spring semesters (excluding the spring semester only and summer semester contracts). Please understand that you are legally responsible for the financial fulfillment of this contractual agreement. Request to break this contract is considered only for the six reasons listed in the last question of the form. It is the student’s responsibility to supply all required documentation.

Damage Charge Appeal

Please click here to submit the damage appeal form.

The appeal will be reviewed by a Residence Hall Director who did not place the original damage charge. This review will be reviewed in a timely manner. Additional information may be required of some residents. Residents will be notified of decisions regarding requests for damage appeals in a timely manner.

Damage Charge appeals must be submitted within 30 days after initial notification to the student.

Individual residents may appeal, via email, the outcome of the damage charge appeal from the Residence Hall Director to the Director of Residence Life and Housing or his/her designee.

Appeals to the Director of Residence Life and Housing or his/her designee must be emailed to the Office of Residence Life and Housing (Residence.Life@ccga.edu) no later than 10 working days after notice has been sent that a request for exemption has been denied.

Appeals will be reviewed in a timely manner at the Office of Residence Life and Housing.

The Director of Residence Life and Housing or his/her designee may consult with other units of the College, including, but not limited to, the Disability Resource Center, and the Office of Financial Aid when appropriate.

The decision of the Director of Residence Life and Housing or his/her designee will be communicated within a reasonable time from the date that the appeal is reviewed.

The decision of the Director of Residence Life and Housing or his/her designee will be final.

Important Links

Residence Life and Housing Application

Code of Conduct and Residence Hall Handbook

What to Bring List

Summer Conferences
Welcome from the College of Coastal Georgia and the Golden Isles! The Office of Residence Life and Housing offers guest lodging for camps, conferences, and events.

Summer Conference Season Dates:

Opening Date: May
Closing Date: August

Contact Us

Please contact the Conference Manager, at Residence.Life@ccga.edu or 912.279.4560 for more information specific to your camp or conference.
Off-Campus Housing and Hotel Information

Off-Campus Housing for Students

OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING GUIDE

Recommended Hotel Accommodations

The College has arranged special rates at local hotels for visiting family and friends. Please call these hotels and mention the College of Coastal Georgia Residence Life and Housing to receive the special rates.

BRUNSWICK

Baymont Inn & Suites
126 Venture Drive
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.289.4137
Website
 

Courtyard by Marriott
580 Millennium Boulevard
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.265.2644
Website
 

Comfort Inn
5308 New Jesup Highway
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.264.6540
Website
 

Econo Lodge
2300 Perry Lane Road
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.264.8666
Website
 

Embassy Suites by Hilton
500 Mall Blvd.
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.264.6100
Website
 

Fairfield Inn
107 Gateway
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.264.2060
Website
 

Holiday Inn & Suites
138 Glynco Pkwy
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.264.3300
Website
 

Quality Inn
125 Venture Drive
Brunswick, GA 31525
912.265.4600
Website

Ramada Inn
15 Wammock Court
Brunswick, GA 31523
912.264.2099
Website
 

Red Roof Inn
25 Tourist Drive
Brunswick, GA 31520
912.264.4720
Website
 


ST. SIMONS ISLAND

The King and Prince
Beach & Golf Resort
201 Arnold Road
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
912.638.3631
Website

Ocean Inn & Suites
599 Beachview Drive
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
912.634.2122
Website
 

The Village Inn and Pub
500 Mallery Street
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
912.634.6056
Website
 


JEKYLL ISLAND

Days Inn & Suites
60 South Beachview Drive
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
912.635.9800
Website
 

The Westin Jekyll Island
110 Ocean Way
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
912.635.4545
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Contact Information:

Office of Residence Life and Housing

Ineia Mansfield-Benton
Residence Hall Director, Lakeside Village
imansfieldbenton@ccga.edu
912-279-4591

Kelsie Farley
Residence Hall Director, Mariner Village
kfarley@ccga.edu
912-279-5826

Jaquan Doby
Residence Hall Director, Coastal Place Apartments
jdoby@ccga.edu
912-279-4541

Michael Woodbury
Director of Residence Life and Housing/Deputy Title IX Coordinator
mwoodbury@ccga.edu
912-279-4588

Terry Jennings
Administrative Assistant
tjennings@ccga.edu
912-280-7771