Adult Learner Pathways
As an adult learner, you may be an experienced student or returning to learning after time away. At the College of Coastal Georgia we offer an admission pathway tailored for adults interested in pursuing a college education. This pathway is designed for all students who have graduated high school or earned a GED but have little or no prior college experience and/or are returning to college after being away several years.
Degree Seeking Students
Adult learners who apply on a degree seeking pathway must submit an application for admissions and proof of high school graduation or GED in order to be considered for admissions. For students who have obtained college credit at a previous college or university must submit official transcripts to the Office of Admissions for evaluation. Once received in the Office of Admissions, the student is admitted to the college and connected to Academic Advisement and consultation with English and Mathematics designated faculty. Placement for English will take place prior to enrollment. The Office of Academic Advisement works with the student to identify appropriate courses from the approved pathway list.
- Complete the Degree Seeking College Application—Apply Online
- Submit proof of high school graduation, GED scores and any college transcripts to the office of admissions:
College of Coastal Georgia
Office of Admissions
One College Drive
Brunswick, GA 31520
Amendment 23 Admissions
(Persons 62 Years of Age or Older)
Georgia Residents 62 years of age or older may utilize the Amendment 23 enrollment and tuition waiver pathway once admitted to the College as a degree seeking or non-degree seeking student.
The Amendment 23 program allows Georgia Residents over the age of 62 to enroll in state colleges or universities on a space-available basis, tuition free.
In order to utilize the tuition free program, applicants:
- Must be a Georgia Resident;
- Must present a Georgia Driver's License or other comparable written documentation of age;
- May enroll as a regular or auditing student in courses offered for credit on a space-available basis without pay of fees; except for supplies, laboratory, or shop fees.
Contact an Admissions Counselor
Office of Admissions