Student Resources & Support

Office of Student Well-Being and Support

-Student Health Center
-Counseling Services
-Accessibility Services

Student Well-Being and Support provides quality care in time of sickness and injury, and promotes wellness through health education and activities to help students maintain healthy lifestyles.

Disability Services

Academic Resources

Coastal is committed to assisting students in accessing campus resources and services that will increase their likelihood of making a smooth transition to college, as well as achieving academic and personal success.

Disability Services

Student Conduct, Handbooks

We strive to create and nurture a strong learning and working environment that complies with the goals of the University System and can be respected by all members of the College community.

Coastal Georgia’s Student Emergency Fund prioritizes requests from students who do not qualify for the Coastal CARES Student Emergency Grant Fund. The College is provided limited funds, distributed as mini-grants, which are used to assist students who may experience hardships during their time here. Funds are awarded based on circumstance, demonstrated need, & fund availability.

The University System of Georgia will not tolerate sexual misconduct, which is prohibited, and which includes, but is not limited to, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment, and stalking.

The Behavioral Intervention Team aims to provide a proactive and supportive multi-disciplinary team approach to prevention, assessment, intervention, and management of situations that may impact the safety and wellbeing of individuals or College community.



CONNECT@CoastalGeorgia is a new program that delivers quality mental health care to students 24/7/365.

Temporary Leave of Absence

Learn more about the College’s Temporary Leave of Absence Process here.

Programs Serving Minors Policy

This policy establishes guidelines for those in the College community who may work or interact with individuals under 18 years of age, with the goal of promoting the safety and wellbeing of minors.