The College of Coastal Georgia embraces an on-going, integrated, institution-wide, research-based process of planning and outcomes
assessment for the purpose of documenting that it is achieving its institutional mission and goals and is continuously improving its campus
programs and services. The College engages in both strategic planning and outcomes assessment planning. Strategic planning is "means and
process oriented," and answers the question, "What actions should we take to achieve our mission and goals?" Outcomes assessment planning is
"ends or outcomes oriented" and answers the question "How well are our students learning and our administrative and educational support
Through institutional strategic planning, the College develops an annual set of strategic goals, including measurable outcomes, which provide
opportunity for continued institutional improvement and success. The institutional strategic goals are aligned with the University System of
Georgia's Strategic Plan.