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College of Coastal Georgia

Undergraduate School

Mailing Address
One College Drive
Brunswick, Georgia 31520
(912) 279-5775
Email address
School Information
"At the College of Coastal Georgia, students discover opportunities at all levels, whether that be with community engagement through service learning, or hands-on application of classroom material. There is a spirit of volunteerism at the College, and a commitment to making positive changes. Students can participate in honors programs, internships, fellowships, and scholarships that foster natural curiosity. On-campus employment opportunities and scholarships serve not only to promote college affordability, but also to encourage academic, athletic, and active program participation. Coastal Georgia also has the Camden Center, an off-campus instructional site, located just a few miles north of the Florida border, in Kingsland. The site provides a regular schedule of day, evening, and online classes for the convenience of students from Camden, Charlton, Brantley, and Nassau counties, who attend the College" (Source: College of Coastal Georgia has a total enrollment of over 3,200 students. The university offers 18 Bachelor's and 5 associate degrees. The student to faculty ratio is 21 to 1.
General Information
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion has taken the initiative to host diversity and multicultural programs. In addition, the college offers anti-racism resources. At this time, no mandatory Critical Race Training is being implemented. However, see developments below:

Actions Taken

Admissions Policies
  • On February 10, 2020, CCG News announced that the college added a "director of diversity initiatives position" which would "work collaboratively across the campus and community to support the recruitment, retention and graduation of traditionally marginalized and underrepresented student populations."
  • CCGA's 2022-2023 Diversity Report states that it would "[d]esign and implement a comprehensive enrollment management and recruitment plan to attract diverse student populations."
Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training
  • The President’s Commission on Diversity and Inclusion states that the best way the college can achieve its diversity and inclusion goals is by "prioritizing ongoing evidence-based trainings and interventions."
  • CCGA's 2022-2023 Diversity Report states that it would "[e]xpand professional and leadership development opportunities for faculty, staff, and administrators that contribute to a culture of care, support, and inclusion."
Program and Research Funding
  • The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at CCG hosts the "Boys of Summer & Girls of Summer," which is a "Minority Outreach Program" that "focuses on African-American elementary and middle school males and females from Glynn and McIntosh counties." The purpose of the program is to "enhance academic skills in reading, writing, and math as well as to empower a belief in their ability to succeed in school and in life."
  • On October 3, 2022, CCG News announced that the college would offer new minor degrees in diversity and sociology. According to the article, the Minor in Diversity and Inclusion would provide students "the opportunity to develop their knowledge of diversity and inclusion with courses related to cultural movements, psychology, media and society, women’s literature, history, intercultural communication, and more."
  • On September 28, 2022, CCG News described the new Minor in Diversity and Inclusion as follows: "The minor in Diversity and Inclusion is an interdisciplinary program that examines social inequalities related to human differences. Students are required to complete an Introduction to Social Problems course that teaches students about race, social class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and disability." Additionally, the article states, "Students who complete the minor are able to identify and address patterns of conscious and unconscious bias and discrimination that produce social inequalities."
  • According to CCGA's 2022-2023 Diversity Report, the college received "$179,400 in federal grant dollars to support diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives."
  • The college offers resources for anti-racism and inclusive pedagogy. One such resource is "How to Be an Anti-Racist" by Ibram X. Kendi.
  • The college's Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosts diversity initiatives and multicultural programs. This includes "Cultural Celebrations," the "Intercultural Resource Center," and "Diversity and Inclusion Student Organizations." The Office of Diversity and Inclusion has an Instagram and Facebook page.
  • The President's Commission on Diversity and Inclusion published its Fall 2021 Progress Report.
  • The President’s Commission on Diversity and Inclusion advises the college's president on "issues pertaining to the creation and sustainability of policies, practices, and outreach that promote a more diverse and inclusive campus community."
Last updated May 9th, 2024
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