Supporting Military Members As They Pursue Their Education

The purpose of VALOR is to provide support to armed forces veterans, active military, or retired military persons in their transition into the college experience. VALOR meetings are also open to military family members, faculty, staff, and any interested student, regardless if they are military or not.

VALOR meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of every month at 4 pm in the Veteran’s Lounge located in the Student Activity Center (SAC). This is just the beginning. Come out and see what we are planning and be a part of a great thing here on campus!

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Campus Resources

College of Coastal Georgia works to foster and encourage a military community, whether on campus, online, or overseas. We work to support the College's military community by providing military and veteran students with resources and services developed to help them succeed.

Veterans Study Lounges

The College of Coastal Georgia has two veterans’ lounges available for students to utilize for quiet studying options and to meet other military students. The lounges are located at the Camden Center and on the Brunswick Campus.

The lounge at the Camden Center is located behind the Dockside Deli. The lounge on the Brunswick Campus is located in the Student Activities Center.

Academic Tutoring

The Academic Tutoring and Instruction Center provides academic support to all College of Coastal Georgia students. Located in the Correll Center in Brunswick and the Camden Center, the ATTIC offers something for everyone. In an effort to help student evaluate their academic strengths and weaknesses and succeed in college the ATTIC provides free tutoring services.

Counseling and Disability Services

The Office of Counseling and Disability Services offers individual counseling with a focus on helping students eliminate barriers to academic success. Students seeking personal counseling must be enrolled for four or more hours and must be currently attending class at the time counseling is sought. Students requiring or requesting long-term or intensive therapy will be referred to off-campus providers and support groups as appropriate.

The Office of Counseling and Disability Services provides a comprehensive program of services designed to:

  1. Provide personal counseling to students who are experiencing personal problems which may be interfering with their adjustment to college.
  2. Disability Services coordinates and provides a variety of services for students with physical and learning disabilities. Our aim is to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to all programs offered at College of Coastal Georgia. Visit the Counseling Services webpage for more information.

Student Leadership

President: Vacant

Vice President: Shonda Leggett-Nelson


Lieutenant Davis
Campus Police Officer

Cheryl Van Dyke
Personal Counselor
Branch of Service: United States Army

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