28 - Laura Ricard
28 - Carl Gabrini
02 - Monique Green
13 - Paula Porter
- Blue & White Visit Day
29 - Jazz in the Park
Phil Morrison Trio
St. Simons Island
30 - Memorial Holiday
30 - Taps at Twilight
Annual Memorial Day observance
St. Simons Island
May 30-June 2 - Cheerleading
31 - New Student Orientation
1 - Campus Fitness Center Reopens
4 - Family Fishing Derby 2011
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
7 - Glynn Art Association Plein Air Painters
through July 5
Southeast Georgia Health System Outpatient Care Center
10 - Georgia Artists with Disabilities
Annual traveling exhibit of
through July 9
Historic Ritz Theatre
12 - A Little Light Music
Island Garage Band
St. Simons Island
15 - Foundation Trustee Meeting
16 - Staff Assembly
21 - New Foundation Trustee Orientation
River City Community
seeks volunteers for June.
Walk Across the USG
Launches Friday, June 3
your $5 entrance fee and pick up your pedometer from Gale Barr in the
Administration Building, Brunswick, or from Stacy Ward at the Camden
Center. The pedometer is used to
count your steps. Counts should be turned in each Thursday by
noon. You then reset your pedometer for the next week. Count all
steps you take for the week - not just at the College. On Friday
afternoon an email will be sent to let everyone know how many total
steps we took as a group. Once we complete the entire trip -3,801,710
steps - the person
who walked the
will win a
Email your weekly steps walked to firstname.lastname@example.org or turn in the Walk Across
the USG step log to Gale Barr or Stacy Ward by noon each Thursday.
Turn in your first week's steps on Thursday, June 9.
For more information, contact Gale Barr.
Teams Shine at Nationals -
Three Golfers Named All-American
messages were flying furiously, embellished with many exclamation
points, as Coach Mike Cook and Assistant Coach Nicole
Wildes tracked the action of their all-freshmen
teams for the College and local media during the national
NJCAA golf tournaments last week.
Liggin finished 14th with a 321 total, earning All-American
status by placing in the top 15 at the women's nationals. Chase
Miller finished 10th in the men's individual competition with a 290
total and Shiloh Snow garnered honorable mention with a 293 total.
to Daytona Beach with Shea Able, Jaclyn Harten, Liggin and Colbi Tyre
for the women's competition May 17-19. The women played from 6,130
yards on the LPGA International Golf Course. Coastal Georgia finished
6th in a field of 18 teams.
Cook and team
members Dylan Freeman, Miller, Garrett Newman, Snow, and Hunter
Stuckey were in Scottsboro, Alabama, May 17-20 for the NJCAA D II
National Men's Championship. Nineteen teams played the par 72,
7160-yard Goose Pond Colony Golf Course. Coastal Georgia wrapped up
fourth place after Miller made a hole-in-one on the last day of the
tournament. Miller also won the NJCAA long driving contest May 17
with a 333-yard drive.
To read more
about the tournaments:
Coastal squads chase titles
Men's golf team is in fourth place
Stellar debut for Coastal
New Look for College Website
Late Friday night, May 20, into the wee hours of
Saturday morning, Tiffany Cherry made the final adjustments and links
to launch the new College of Coastal Georgia website. The new look is clean
and crisp, emphasizing the school colors of blue and white. Be sure
to check it out. Click here.
Nominations Open for Staff Assembly Executive Board
Elections to be held at Staff
Assembly meeting June 16
Nominations for the Executive Board of Staff
Assembly are due by June 8. All positions are open.
Presides at Staff Assembly meetings, serves as Chair of the Executive
Board, calls special meetings as necessary, performs other duties as
would usually be associated with the Chair, and consults with the
Human Resources Director pertaining to matters of the Staff Assembly.
Vice Chair: Presides at Staff Assembly meetings in the
absence of the Chair, serves on the Executive Board, and assumes the
duties of the Chair at the end of the Chair's term of office. This
position is a two-year commitment.
Secretary: Serves on the Executive Board, notifies
members of meetings, keeps minutes of Executive Board meetings and
Staff Assembly meetings, and ensures the College Staff Assembly
webpage is updated with pertinent information.
In addition to the Executive Board, nominations are
being accepted for the Safety, Hospitality, Program, and Staff Awards
Nominations should be submitted to email@example.com by June 8. For
more information, contact Niki Schmauch or
Foundation Annual Fund Campaign Update
As of May 25, annual fund campaign efforts had
achieved 66.7% of the 2011 goal. Shooting for $2,155,000, the
Foundation has raised $1,437,679.
According to the Advancement Office analysis, the
Alumni Scholarship challenge is at 84.4% of goal ($4,220 towards
a goal of $5,000), the community campaign is at 35.7% of goal
($128,601 towards a goal of $360,000) and major gifts has achieved
102.3% of goal ($1,227,800 on a goal of $1.2 million.)
Faculty and staff contributions are at 15.2% with $4,583
collected on a $30,000 goal for 2011.
Read more about the 2011 Annual Fund Campaign. To
participate, click here.
440 Students Named to Spring 2011 Dean's List
The College of Coastal Georgia Office of Academic
Affairs has listed the names of the 440 students who achieved Dean's
List for the Spring 2011 term.
To be named to the Dean's List, a student must be full
time with a term grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 or be enrolled for
at least 10 semester hours with a term GPA of 3.50.
To view the list, click here.
Floyd Phoenix (left) and the Fourteen Black Men of Glynn donate $10,000 to the
College of Coastal Georgia Foundation to support the Coastal Georgia
Minority Outreach Program.