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The College of Coastal Georgia provides programs, experiences and services which aid and enrich students' educational and cultural growth by contributing to their intellectual, social, physical and emotional development. 


COMPASS Career and Academic Advising Center: All students are assigned a COMPASS advisor who helps students make informed and purposeful academic and career decisions, and provides guidance in the development of career goals and plans.  For more information, visit

ATTIC Academic Tutoring and Instruction Center: Certified by the College Reading and Learning Association, the ATTIC provides free tutoring services to all College of Coastal Georgia students. For more information, visit

Writing Center: The Writing Center provides an easily accessible setting where all CCGA students can seek guidance and assistance with written course assignments.  For more information, visit

Testing Center: The Testing Center provides a professional testing environment for the administration of various comprehensive examinations, national examinations and proctoring services. For more information, visit

Library Services: The Clara Gould Memorial Library in Brunswick and the Library at the Camden Center provide students and faculty with access to books, journals, audio-visual materials, electronic publications, and computers. For more information, visit

Counseling Services: Licensed Counselors are available for short-term personal counseling at no cost to CCGA students.  For more information, visit

Disability Services: The Office of Disability Services coordinates the provision of reasonable accommodations for students who self-identify as a person with a disability and provide appropriate documentation of their needs. For more information, visit

Student Health Center: The College of Coastal Georgia Student Health Center is staffed by a nurse practitioner and registered nurse, practicing under physician supervision and supported by the Southeast Georgia Health System. For more information,

Office of Title IX: The University System of Georgia does not discriminate on the basis of sex or gender in any of its education or employment programs and activities. The University System further strongly encourages members of the University System community to report instances of sexual misconduct promptly.  For more information, please contact Dr. Michael Butcher, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator at or 912-279-5815.  More information and additional reporting options can be found at

Office of Student Conduct: Students at the College are expected to conduct themselves responsibly and to pursue their studies with integrity. More information and additional at

Behavioral Intervention Team: The mission of the College’s Behavioral Intervention Team is to provide a proactive and supportive multi-disciplinary team approach to prevention, assessment, intervention, and management of situations that may impact the safety and well-being of individuals or the College community. More information and additional at


New Student Orientation: This program is designed to help our students be successful navigating through their first year of college (attendance is required for all students). For more information, visit

Office of Diversity and Inclusion: The mission of this office is to ensure that the campus community supports cultural and academic initiatives through multicultural education, advocacy, and intercultural understanding.  For more information, visit

Office of Student Life: The Office of Student Life is charged with helping students become involved in campus organizations, events, recreational activities, and with assisting student organizations in their operations and event management. For more information, visit

Office of Residence Life and Housing: The mission of the Office of Residence Life and Housing is to enhance the academic and social development of students by offering the highest quality on-campus living and learning environment. For more information, visit

Service-Learning:  Service-learning (S-L) is defined as credit-bearing courses which include organized service experiences that respond to a wide spectrum of community needs. For more information, visit

Honors Program: The College of Coastal Georgia Honors Program seeks to provide enhanced educational opportunities and scholarship awards to a diverse population of students who demonstrate high degrees of intellectual curiosity, civic engagement, and academic achievement and ability. For more information, visit

Study Abroad: These programs enhance students’ cultural awareness and competence, improve their global perspective, and provide hands-on knowledge in their specific programs of study. For more information, visit

Intercollegiate Athletics: The College of Coastal Georgia's varsity athletics program offers intercollegiate competition in the sports of men's and women's basketball, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's golf, women's softball, and women's volleyball as members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and The Sun Conference (TSC). For more information, visit