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Coastal College of Georgia info


I just mailed my application to Coastal college of georgia in Brunswick ga. I was just wondering if anyone had any info on their selection process.


I also applied to ccga, byt it doesnt seem as if many people are! Maybe its just youn and me. Which program did you apply to?

ADN but i was also going to apply to BSN if i did not get selected. I wounder if they have alot of applicants? Which did you apply for?

I have no clue! I was hoping I would find out how competitive the program was from looking on here. I applied for the BSN program bc I already have a bachelors degree

Hey reeta! Have you received your acceptance letter yet???? Im dying to find out if ive gotten in

I have not and i am going CRAZY!!!!! I called and they said the ADN letters were sent out Friday and BSN this week. Let me know if you here anything!!! Im praying for us

well I guess I will go crazy from now until Wednesday or so being that I live in South Carolina...did you apply to both programs or just the BSN?

i only applied for ADN but i wish i would have done both. Did you just do BSN?

Yeah I only applied for BSN, but now I'm having second thoughts too! I just wish they'd HURRY UP with those letters!!! Ugh

Let me know if you get anything. I will do the same. :confused:

I got accepted!!!!:yeah:

I am currently attending Savannah Tech, taking my core classes. I am wanting to transfer to CCGA next year into the nursing program (haven't decided if I want the two or 4 year degree yet), how was the selection process for you? Is there anything that you would recommend? I currently have taken a psychology, sociology, Quantitative Skills & Reasoning (I loved this class), and will be starting on the science next semester along with the college algebra. I am forty years old and want to maximize my time....I have waited too long to start back and don't want to mess things up. Any advice that you can give will be WONDERFUL.:yeah:


Specializes in nurses assistant way back when....

hey i'm starting savannah tech in the fall quarter in a couple of weeks for the lpn program. I'm going to have to do some research on cgcc, but being all the way in brunswick will make it hard for me to get there, but if it works out i'll find a way!

I must say i really love this program. I am in the ASN nursing program. I love the professors. They are very helpful. I have taken my first fundamentals exam and made a 94 and just took my med. calculations test and made a 100. You will have to take Psy1101 and psy growth and development along with your A&p 1&2 and micro. Also math and english and humanities and two different history classes. I picked this school because i heard that they give you alot of hands on and that is what i wanted. I made a 80 on the teas and had a 3.2 gpa but i think what was really important is the fact that i had all of my pre req's done when i applied. If you can get all of your pre req's done or be doing the last set when you are applying that is a plus. I hope that this helps. Good luck to both of you. Let me know if I can be of anymore help.:clown:


Specializes in nurses assistant way back when....

I'm seriously thinking about applying to this school for next fall. I wonder if they'll take classes from Savannah Tech. I like the hands on approach that you (reeta116) mentioned. The only problem I'd have is getting to and fro Brunswick, but I'll worry about that if I got in. I think they're having some informationals soon.

I am currently taking courses from Savannah Tech. I spoke to the registrar from CCGA and they accept our credits but they transfer at a lower level, however it will still fulfill the requirements. I still make sure every quarter to call and verify with her that the classes are acceptable to htem though.


Specializes in nurses assistant way back when....

Really??? I called them a week ago and she said they don't transfer in to satisfy requirements, then two seconds later she said only the higher level courses transfer, so I was kind of confused and ended the call from there. I've noticed that tech offers two different anatomy classes, a 1000 level and a 2000 level. Which one did you take? I'm going to call them again and hopefully I can speak with someone else, the person that answered the phone kind of switched up the answer. Thanks!

Ok I sat down with the registrar and this is how she explained it to me. You must be taking degree level classes in English, Anatomy and microbiology etc. A&P at the right level is 2130. The easiest way I found to do this is enroll in the surgical tech degree. A lot of the basic requirements for both are the same. If you have any specifics on classes, shoot me an email and I will give you the specifics on each one I went over with her.


Specializes in nurses assistant way back when....

Right. I'm still in the LPN program and taking courses toward that program. My pre-reqs for the LPN will be over after the winter quarter, so when the spring quarter starts I may take the anat 1 and 2, chemistry, collg algebra etc. Hmm, I don't know though, I was planning on getting my CNA, phlebotomy, pct...Hmm, I'm going to have to do some serious thinking about that. I doubt they have a spring admission, I"ll check and see. Again, thanks Jen0708 for your responses you've helped tremendously!:yeah:

Hey knottygirl. I highly recommend taking Mrs. Walker for math, if you can. She really knows how to explain the problems and shortcuts to use. All of the science courses that transfer are by the same teacher. Hope to see you there.


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