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2011-2012 FACT BOOK

Office of Institutional Effectiveness


Welcome to the 2011-12 edition of the College of Coastal Georgia Fact Book. This institutional fact book provides a centralized location for valuable information about the College of Coastal Georgia. Data within this document are available to facilitate analysis of trends, decisionmaking and reporting. The majority of the information is based upon Fall Semester 2011 data. Many of the tables present comparative data over various periods of time. Topics include data related to the College's student body, academics, personnel, and financial position. The College of Coastal Georgia Fact Book is compiled annually by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.


TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information.......................................................................................................................................... 5 1.1 Mission, Vision and Values .......................................................................................................................... 6 1.2 Accreditation, Approvals and Memberships............................................................................................... 8 1.3 Annual Strategic Plan: 2011-2012 ............................................................................................................. 10 1.4 Campus Location ....................................................................................................................................... 13

Student Information ........................................................................................................................................ 14 2.1 Headcount Enrollment .............................................................................................................................. 15 2.2 Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment ............................................................................................................... 16 2.3 Enrollment by Gender and Race ............................................................................................................... 17 2.4 Enrollment by Class Level.......................................................................................................................... 19 2.5 Enrollment by State of Origin ................................................................................................................... 20 2.6 Enrollment by Georgia County of Origin .................................................................................................. 21 2.7 Enrollment by Citizenship ........................................................................................................................ 24 2.8 Programs of Study - Summary .................................................................................................................. 25 2.9 Programs of Study .................................................................................................................................... 26 2.10 First Year Retention Rates ...................................................................................................................... 28 2.11 Camden Campus Enrollment Profile ...................................................................................................... 29

Academics ......................................................................................................................................................... 30 3.1 General Education..................................................................................................................................... 31 3.2 Graduates by Program .............................................................................................................................. 33 3.3 Graduation Rates ...................................................................................................................................... 35 3.4 Learning Support Courses Enrollment and Learning Support Students by Course .................................. 36

Administration, Faculty and Staff ................................................................................................................. 38 4.1 CCGA Organizational Chart ...................................................................................................................... 39 4.2 Faculty Demographic Characteristics and Profile by Rank ....................................................................... 40 4.3 Faculty Profile by Tenured Status ............................................................................................................ 41

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4.4 Part-Time Faculty ..................................................................................................................................... 42 4.5 Full-Time Staff by IPEDS Occupational Category ...................................................................................... 43

Finances ............................................................................................................................................................. 44 5.1 General Operating Budget ........................................................................................................................ 45 5.2 Foundation Annual Financial Report ........................................................................................................ 46

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COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA General Information


1.1 Mission, Vision and Values MISSION STATEMENT As a comprehensive undergraduate institution within the University System of Georgia, the College of Coastal Georgia offers targeted baccalaureate programs of study, pre-baccalaureate programs of study for transfer, associate of arts and associate of science degrees, and serves as a portal to graduate education. It is the mission of the College to: • •

• •

foster academic excellence and individual development in a supportive environment that expands access to higher education and career preparation and enriches student lives; investigate, capture and disseminate 21st century knowledge and skills, blending studentcentered classroom education and innovative service learning to provide students with a solid foundation to support lifelong learning and leadership and appreciation for social responsibility, global awareness, diversity, and engaged entrepreneurship; provide accessible and affordable higher education to a wide spectrum of learners, from recent high school graduates to returning adults; and engage actively with the community and region through many avenues, including professional development programs, economic development partnerships, service learning, public service activities, early college programs, applied scholarship, and cultural enrichment experiences.

VISION The College of Coastal Georgia will be a college of choice for students within Georgia and beyond, providing an outstanding education for tomorrow’s leaders and citizens through service learning, global awareness and engaged entrepreneurship.

VALUES The College of Coastal Georgia’s core values frame the mission and vision, and guide the institution through changing times and priority setting:

QUALITY EDUCATION: Commitment to providing high-quality, innovative, and flexible educational opportunities and services in an accessible student-centered environment, creating a climate of discovery that values and embraces both inquiry and creativity; expect students to take active responsibility for their education; foster close student-teacher bonds; offer ongoing assessment of academic programs; integrate all programs that promote student access and success.

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EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Integrate meaningful experiential and holistic community service on campus and in the broader community with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, fostering an attitude of generosity in service, teaching civic responsibility and strengthening communities.

GLOBAL AWARENESS: Commitment to providing value-added education by promoting cross-cultural understanding, fostering respect and appreciation among and between students, faculty and staff, and cultivating collaborative relationships with international programs and global communities.

LEADERSHIP: Advocate leadership roles that uphold professionalism, responsibility and motivation through enhanced skills in organizing, planning, problem-solving, and communicating to prepare students to meet tomorrow’s workforce and the region’s evolving development needs.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Infuse exploration and innovation across the educational process while anchoring these entrepreneurial strategies in social and community purposes.

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1.2 Accreditations, Approvals and Memberships SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS COMMISSION ON COLLEGES The College of Coastal Georgia is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Last Reaffirmation: June 2012 Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges 1866 Southern Lane | Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 404-679-4501 Other accreditations include the following:

AMERICAN CULINARY FEDERATION EDUCATION FOUNDATION AAS Degree in Culinary Arts Initial accreditation: June 2006 Expiration: June 2014 American Culinary Federation Education Foundation 180 Center Place Way | St. Augustine, Florida 32095 800-624-9458

JOINT REVIEW COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION IN RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY AS Degree in Radiologic Science Next Review: September 2012 Joint Review Committee for Education in Radiologic Technology 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 900 | Chicago, IL 60606-2901 312-704-5300

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NATIONAL ACCREDITING AGENCY FOR CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCES Clinical Laboratory Technology Last evaluation: October 2010 Next Review: 2019 National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences 5600N River Rd. Suite 720 | Rosemont, IL 60018-5119 773-714-8880

NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR NURSING - ACCREDITING COMMISSION Baccalaureate Degree Initial Accreditation: February 2011 Last Evaluation Visit: February 2011 Next Evaluation Visit: 2016 Associate Degree Initial Accreditation: June 1970 Last Evaluation Visit: February 2011 Next Evaluation Visit: 2019 National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc. 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 500 | Atlanta, GA 30326 404-975-5000

GEORGIA PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS COMMISSION (GaPSC) Approval pending (notification expected Fall 2012) Georgia Professional Standards Commission Two Peachtree Street, SW Suite 6000 |Atlanta, GA 30303 800-869-7775

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1.3 Annual Strategic Plan: 2011-2012 UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA Strategic Goals 1. Renew excellence in undergraduate education to meet students’ 21st century educational needs 2. Strengthen the USG’s partnerships with the state’s other education agencies 3. Create enrollment capacity to meet the needs of 100,000 additional students by 2020 4. Maintain affordability so that money is not a barrier to participation in higher education 5. Increase USG’s participation in research & economic development to benefit a global Georgia 6. Increase efficiency, working as a System

COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA STRATEGIC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Goal 1. Create and maintain a quality, valued academic experience Establish a Center for Service Learning to offer training, support and information to 1.1. students and faculty, as well as developing new curriculum and building community and campus awareness of service learning Establish new degree programs that serve the workforce needs of Coastal Georgia and 1.2. beyond 1.3. Formalize an annual assessment of student learning outcomes Evaluate academic course and degree offerings, and student convenience with course 1.4. times and locations, to provide a link between the College and the needs of those it serves 1.5. Develop strategies to enhance faculty diversity 1.6. Implement and assess the Quality Enhancement Plan (SACSCOC) 1.7. Formalize a comprehensive and integrated process for institutional effectiveness 1.8. Initiate a mentoring program to assist new and current faculty 1.9. Assess distance education opportunities, sustainability and resources 1.10 Implement and evaluate revised CCGA 1101 freshman seminar Goal 2. Develop a student-centered campus community Develop intramural & intercollegiate athletic programs for a variety of men’s and women’s 2.1. sports Develop community residential-based programs and initiatives that support and advance 2.2. students’ academic goals Develop an ongoing support system to advise, counsel, nurture and assist students with 2.3. their educational, personal, and health needs Develop strategies to create a safe environment, addressing the needs associated with 2.4. campus growth 2.5. Formalize a career-planning program for students

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2.6.

Expand and support student clubs, organizations and activities

Goal 3. Develop a campus culture defined by inclusion, collegiality and diversity 3.1. 3.2. 3.3.

Cultivate an environment of respect, courtesy and hospitality for students, faculty, staff, and visitors Increase the conversations/dialogue regarding diversity and cultural competence for faculty, staff and students Expand internal communication vehicles to enhance information exchanges amongst students, faculty, staff, and external constituents

Goal 4. Formulate an integrated marketing plan to enhance institutional image and identity 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. 4.5. 4.6.

Develop an annual marketing plan with defined staff responsibility and coordination with the enrollment management function Increase the visibility of the College through faculty, staff and student participation in community activities and organizations Develop and implement an integrated communications plan to create a stronger, more consistent institutional image Enhance the external and Intranet websites, making them more accessible and functional Align departmental marketing plans with institutional to ensure a coordinated outreach effort Increase visibility and fan support for Mariner intramural and intercollegiate athletics

Goal 5. Improve recruitment, retention and graduation of a culturally and economically diverse student body 5.1. Implement student-centered policies and programs which focus on retention 5.2. Reduce barriers to student performance and progression 5.3. Integrate Foundations of Excellence recommendations to foster student success Establish clear student progression and graduation targets and goals and ensure all 5.4. members of the campus community are accountable for their achievement Provide more efficient scholarship administration and improve access to funding sources 5.5. for students Expand scholarship funds through private giving to increase merit funds available for 5.6. academic and athletic scholarships 5.7. Assess and modify the student financial aid strategic plan Continue and expand student outreach to diverse groups locally, regionally and state-wide 5.8. to increase student diversity on campus with emphasis on international students and under-represented minorities Offer enrichment programs to assist at-risk students prepare to enter college ready to 5.9. succeed, as well as expanding early admission and joint enrollment programs for academically talented high school students 5.10. Develop and implement a comprehensive student recruitment plan Goal 6. Enhance information technology to support teaching, learning and research Utilize innovative approaches and enhanced technology to provide a wide array of active, 6.1. connected and experiential learning opportunities Seek enhancements to the Banner Enterprise System to improve productivity and work 6.2. efficiency 6.3. Increase programs opportunities to enhance faculty development in the area of technology

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6.4 6.5 6.6

Complete an Information Technology Strategic Plan Fully implement a new single sign-on web portal for faculty, staff and students Implement a campus-wide plan for improved information and data management and reporting

Goal 7. Expand community partnerships and increase financial resources Develop a comprehensive fundraising program, including short- and long-term 7.1. development goals which are aligned with the College's mission 7.2. Inform and engage alumni and friends of the College Conduct research of fundraising potential, develop new and improved methods of 7.3. fundraising, respond to donor interests, and improve advocacy Identify and obtain external funding for research, sponsored programs and contracts 7.4. consistent with College’s mission 7.5. Pursue articulation agreements with school districts and technical colleges Provide outreach initiative to school districts to improve the academic preparedness of 7.6. graduating high school students 7.7. Expand relationships with local and regional education, business and nursing organizations Goal 8. Develop and maintain an administrative, fiscal, and physical capacity that supports faculty, staff and students Implement strategic master plan to transform the institution from a commuter campus to a 8.1. destination college Enhance participation for faculty and staff training sessions, including customer service, 8.2. human resources, finance/accounting, computers /technology, safety, and physical plant Provide an administrative structure to support outreach efforts and interdisciplinary 8.3. partnerships Establish performance and reporting metrics for anticipated programmatic growth, 8.4. enrollment growth and capital development Implement a comprehensive risk management plan that reduces the College’s overall 8.5 liability exposure

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1.4 Campus Location BRUNSWICK CAMPUS MAP

In addition to the Brunswick Campus, the Camden Center, located in Kingsland, Georgia, just a few miles north of the Florida border, provides a regular schedule of day and evening classes for the convenience of Camden, and Charlton Counties and Nassau County (FL) students attending the College of Coastal Georgia. For more information visit www.ccga.edu/Camden/

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COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA Student Information


2.1 Headcount Enrollment FALL SEMESTERS 2001-2011 Headcount enrollment represents an unduplicated count of all students who are enrolled in credit courses at the College of Coastal Georgia, regardless of course load. Therefore, it includes both full-time and part-time students.

Headcount 4000 3500

Number of Students

3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Headcount 2210

2398

2818

2879

3063

3054

2942

2932

3080

3438

3474

Sources: USG Enrollment Reports.

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2.2 Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment (FTE) FALL SEMESTERS 2001-2011 FTE enrollment is the conversion of the number of all students enrolled full-time and part-time into an equivalent number of full-time students. To determine Full-Time Equivalency (FTE), the number of credit hours by part-time students is divided by 12, the result is added to the number of full time students. FTE is based on semester hours.

FTE Enrollment 3500

3000

Number of Students

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0 2001 FTE

2002

2003

2004

1214 1587

1945

2032 2144

Sources: USG Enrollment Reports.

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2005

2006

2007

2175 2109

2008

2009

2010

2011

2115 2412

2839

2910


2.3 Enrollment by Gender and Race ENROLLMENT BY GENDER Fall Semesters 2007-2011

Gender

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Male

1008

1028

959

1049

1111

Female

1934

1904

2121

2389

2363

TOTAL

2942

2932

3080

3438

3474

Sources: USG Semester Enrollment Reports.

Enrollment by Gender Fall 2011 32% 68%

Male Female

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ENROLLMENT BY RACE Fall Semesters 2007-2011 Race/ Ethnicity

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Black

786

732

707

720

542

White

1955

1992

2179

2286

1790

Other

201

208

148

94

82

0

0

49

338

1060

2942

2932

3080

3438

3474

Undeclared Total Enrollment

Sources: USG Semester Enrollment Reports and College of Coastal Georgia Institutional Effectiveness.

Enrollment by Race Fall 2011 30%

16%

Black White

2%

18

52%

Other Undeclared


2.4 Enrollment by Class Level Class level is determined by the amount of hours a student has earned at the beginning of each semester as follows: FRESHMAN

Students who have earned 0-29 semester credit hours, including joint enrollment students.

SOPHOMORE

Students who have earned 30-59 semester credit hours.

JUNIOR

Students who have earned 60-89 semester credit hours.

SENIOR

Students who have earned 90-120 semester credit hours. Dual enrollment students, non-degree seeking students, transients, auditors, and post-baccalaureate.

ALL OTHERS

FALL SEMESTERS 2007-2011 Level

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Freshman

1768

1758

1844

1928

1826

Sophomore

998

1011

939

1039

1079

Junior

0

0

123

230

286

Senior

0

0

45

164

224

176

163

129

77

59

All Others

Sources: USG Semester Enrollment Reports and College of Coastal Georgia Institutional Effectiveness.

Enrollment by Class Level Fall 2011 8%

31%

6% 2% Freshman 53%

Sophomore Junior Senior All Others

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2.5 Enrollment by State of Origin FALL SEMESTER 2011

Alaska

3

Mississippi

2

Alabama

8

Montana

1

Arkansas

2

North Carolina

Arizona

6

Nevada

1

New Hampshire

1

California

10

Colorado

3

New Jersey

4

Connecticut

5

New Mexico

2

District of Columbia

1

New York

10

Ohio

10

Florida Georgia

80 3153

Oklahoma Pennsylvania

4

Hawaii

2

Illinois

14

South Carolina

8

Indiana

5

South Dakota

1

Kansas

3

Tennessee

11

Kentucky

3

Texas

17

Louisiana

7

Utah

1

Massachusetts

1

Virginia

18

Maryland

2

Vermont

1

Maine

1

Washington

1

Michigan

3

Wisconsin

5

Minnesota

4

West Virginia

4

Missouri

2

Out of country

28

Total Source: USG Academic Data Mart

20

15

11

3474


2.6 Enrollment by Georgia County of Origin FALL SEMESTERS 2007-2011 County of Origin

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Appling

8

2

5

8

7

Bacon

3

1

1

3

2

Baldwin

2

1

2

2

2

Bartow

1

1

2

0

0

Ben Hill

0

0

1

1

0

Berrien

0

0

0

0

1

Bibb

3

5

3

1

5

Bleckley

0

0

0

0

1

Brantley

112

117

142

162

137

Bryan

12

10

9

20

19

Bulloch

2

1

2

7

10

Butts

2

2

0

0

0

Camden

652

767

772

776

782

Candler

4

1

1

1

2

Carroll

2

1

0

0

1

Catoosa

0

0

0

1

5

Charlton

43

51

42

57

46

Chatham

77

71

51

69

73

Chattooga

0

0

0

2

0

Cherokee

0

1

1

6

6

Clarke

1

3

1

5

6

Clayton

0

1

1

1

1

Clinch

0

0

1

1

1

Cobb

5

3

3

8

15

Coffee

0

1

1

1

0

Columbia

1

0

0

4

2

Cook

0

0

0

1

1

Coweta

1

1

2

1

1

Dawson

1

1

0

1

0

DeKalb

0

4

4

6

10

Dooly

0

0

1

1

0

Dougherty

0

1

1

2

3

21


County of Origin

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Douglas

3

1

1

3

2

Early

0

0

0

0

0

Effingham

11

5

5

12

18

Elbert

0

0

0

0

1

Evans

0

0

0

2

1

Fayette

1

0

3

3

5

Floyd

1

1

1

0

0

Forsyth

0

0

0

0

0

Fulton

5

3

3

4

8

Gilmer

0

0

1

1

2

Glascock

1

1

0

0

0

1364

1241

1325

1377

1379

Gordon

1

1

0

0

0

Gwinnett

3

0

2

5

13

Habersham

0

0

1

0

1

Hall

0

0

1

0

1

Haralson

0

0

0

0

0

Harris

1

0

0

2

1

Hart

0

0

0

1

1

Henry

4

5

3

2

5

Houston

0

0

0

0

6

Irwin

0

0

0

2

2

Jackson

0

0

0

0

0

Glynn

22

Jasper

0

0

0

1

2

Jeff Davis

0

1

2

2

2

Johnson

1

0

0

0

0

Jones

0

0

1

0

0

Lamar

0

0

0

0

0

Lanier

1

2

3

3

2

Laurens

2

2

0

3

1

Lee

0

0

0

3

1

Liberty

40

29

35

56

46

Long

22

16

14

21

21

Lowndes

1

3

4

3

2

Macon

0

1

1

1

0

Madison

0

0

0

0

1

McIntosh

159

158

140

165

141

Meriwether

0

0

0

0

1

Miller

0

1

0

0

0

Monroe

0

0

0

0

4

Montgomery

1

0

0

1

1

Murray

0

0

1

0

0

Muscogee

1

0

1

0

1


County of Origin

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Newton

1

1

1

1

2

Oconee

1

1

1

2

3

Oglethorpe

0

0

0

0

1

Paulding

0

0

0

1

2

Peach

0

0

0

0

1

Pickens

1

0

0

0

0

Pierce

6

10

8

18

19

Pike

0

0

0

0

2

Pulaski

1

0

0

0

1

Richmond

1

2

2

2

3

Rockdale

0

1

1

0

0

Screven

0

0

0

0

1

Spalding

0

0

0

0

1

Sumter

0

0

0

1

0

Tattnall

1

4

2

7

10

Telfair

0

0

0

0

0

Thomas

0

0

0

1

0

Tift

1

1

3

3

1

Toombs

0

0

0

0

1

Treutlen

0

0

0

0

1

Turner

0

0

1

1

0

Walker

0

1

0

1

0

Walton

0

0

0

0

2

Ware

7

9

15

17

32

Washington

0

0

2

3

1

189 0 0 1 0 1 1 2767

192 0 0 1 0 0 0 2741

251 0 0 2 0 0 0 2886

251 0 0 4 1 0 0 3135

253 0 1 4 0 0 0 3153

Wayne Wheeler White Whitfield Wilkinson Wilkes Worth Total Source: USG Academic Data Mart

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2.7 Enrollment by Citizenship FALL SEMESTER 2011 Australia

1

Malaysia

1

Brazil

2

Moldova

1

Burma

1

Niger

1

Canada

2

Nigeria

2

China

1

New Zealand

2

Colombia

1

Oman

1

Dominica

1

Panama

1

Estonia

1

Philippines

6

Ethiopia

1

Romania

1

France

2

Russia

1

Germany

1

South Africa

1

India

6

Thailand

1

Ireland

1

Uganda

1

Japan

1

United States

Jamaica

3

Venezuela

1

Kenya

1

Vietnam

2

Mexico

1

Virgin Islands

1

Total Source: USG Academic Data Mart

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3423

3474


2.8 Programs of Study - Summary FALL SEMESTER 2011

Degree Type

Total Headcount

Baccalaureate

541

Percent of Total Headcount 15.57%

Pre-Baccalaureate

548

15.77%

Associate for Transfer

1695

48.79%

Career Associate

640

18.42%

Undeclared

35

1.01%

Non-Degree

15

0.43%

3474

100.00%

Total Headcount

Sources: College of Coastal Georgia Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

Programs of Study Fall 2011 1% 18%

0% 16%

Baccalaureate 16%

Pre-Baccalaureate Associate for Transfer

49%

Career Associate Undeclared Non-Degree

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2.9 Programs of Study FALL SEMESTER 2011 BACCALAUREATE DEGREE PROGRAMS ENROLLMENT PRE-BACCALAUREATE

STUDENT COUNT

Bachelor of Business Administration – Pre-Business Administration

145

Bachelor of Science in Education – Pre-Early Childhood/Special Education

89

Bachelor of Science – Pre-Biology Secondary Education

2

Bachelor of Science – Pre-Health Informatics

28

Bachelor of Science – Pre-Mathematics

2

Bachelor of Science – Pre-Middle Grades Education

49

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Pre-Licensure BSN

196

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Pre-RN to BSN

14

Bachelor of Science – Pre-Psychology

23 Total

BACCALAUREATE

STUDENT COUNT

Bachelor of Business Administration

79

Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences

112

Bachelor of Science in Education – Early Childhood/Special Education

58

Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics

18

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

13

Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education

55

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – BSN

129

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – RN to BSN

8

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

69 Total

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548

541


ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE PROGRAMS ASSOCIATE of ART FOR TRANSFER (PRE-MAJORS) Art

41

Modern Foreign Languages

6

Communications

32

Philosophy

5

English

19 Total

103

ASSOCIATE of SCIENCE FOR TRANSFER (PRE-MAJORS) Agribusiness / Economics

3

Physical Therapy

71

Biology

37

Physics

2

Business Administration

131

Political Science

14

Chemistry

13

Pre-Dental Hygiene

21

Computer Information Systems

18

Pre-Dentistry

10

Computer Science

40

Pre-Engineering

67

Criminal Justice

149

Pre-Medicine

23

Forestry Wildlife Fisheries

20

Pre-Nursing

97

General Studies

83

Pre-Pharmacy

43

Geology

1

Pre-Physician's Assistant

8

Health & Physical Education

11

Pre-Radiology Science

43

History

13

Pre-Respiratory Therapy

3

Information Technology

7

Pre-Veterinary Medicine

17

Mathematics

12

Psychology

84

Medical Records Administration

17

Sociology

20

Medical Technology

4

Teacher Education

102

Occupational Therapy

7

Undecided/Undeclared

401 Total

1592

CAREER ASSOCIATE DEGREES Clinical Laboratory Technology Hospitality Management Culinary Arts Hotel Operations Nursing

32 48 8 135

Pre-Clinical Lab Technology Pre-Nursing Pre-Radiologic Science Radiologic Science

20 317 55 25 Total

640

UNDECLARED Non-Degree Seeking

15

Undeclared

35 Total Grand Total

50 3474

Sources: College of Coastal Georgia Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

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2.10 First Year Retention Rates Retention rates represent the percentage of College of Coastal Georgia first-time, full-time entering, Fall term students who re-enrolled at the College of Coastal Georgia or transferred within the University System in the following Fall term. The institution retention rates are based on students who were retained at the College of Coastal Georgia, where they matriculated the previous Fall. The System retention rates include those students who transferred from the College of Coastal Georgia to another System institution.

ENTERING CLASSES FALL SEMESTERS 2006-2010

TERM

TOTAL STUDENTS

RETAINED AT INSTITUTION

INSTITUTION RETENTION RATE

RETAINED IN SYSTEM

SYSTEM RETENTION RATE

2010

625

329

52.64%

354

56.64%*

2009

568

327

57.57%

356

62.68%

2008

433

262

60.97%

282

65.59%

2007

403

237

59.06%

259

64.52%

2006

394

231

59.39%

245

62.70%

Sources: University System Office of Policy & Planning and College of Coastal Georgia Institutional Effectiveness.

*Starting Fall 2011, in order to remain eligible to receive financial aid at the College of Coastal Georgia,

students must meet certain standards specified for acceptable academic performance and for satisfactory progress toward the completion of their program of study.

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2.11 Camden Campus Enrollment Profile CAMDEN CENTER ENROLLMENT DATA SUMMER 2008 – SPRING 2012

TERM

HEADCOUNT*

CREDIT HOURS

2011

841

8653

2010

926

9026

2009

883

8281

2008

853

7306

2012

754

7574

2011

874

8642

2010

961

8636

2009

837

6834

2011

360

2198

2010

500

3150

2009

308

1596

2008

318

1508

FALL

SPRING

SUMMER

Source: College of Coastal Georgia Institutional Effectiveness.

*Headcount is based on students who took one or more classes at the Camden Center.

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COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA Academics


3.1 General Education The College of Coastal Georgia adheres to the guidelines and policies set forth by the USG regarding core curriculum courses required for all students. In brief, seven areas (A-G) are designated in which each student must take a requisite number of hours to graduate or transfer from this institution. The rationale for the areas encompasses a broad academic base on which to build major specific courses. Core Area A

(Essential Skills) requires courses in both English and Mathematics.

Core Area B (Institutional Options) requires a course in Communications. Electives in Area B include courses from Computer Sciences, Economics, Geography, Global Issues, Foreign Languages, Political Sciences, and Sociology. Core Area C (Humanities/Fine Arts) requires further courses in English, with electives in Art, Communications, English, Foreign Languages, Music Appreciation, Philosophy, and Theater Appreciation. Core Area D (Science & Math) requires courses in laboratory science courses, such as Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics, and in Mathematics. Courses taken in Area D will vary depending on whether the student has declared a science major or a non-major. Core Area E (Social Sciences) requires courses in Political Science and History, with electives to choose from Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Psychology, and Sociology. Core Area F consists of the courses that are specific to a given major and are not shared by all students across disciplines. Specific courses in this area are listed for each major in the catalog Core Area G (Physical Education) requires courses in Physical Education consisting of activities courses and a healthy living concepts course.

Excluding the Area F courses, which are specific to each discipline, Areas A-E and G constitute approximately 44 hours of the student’s total course hours. In addition, the required courses and electives cover a wide range of subjects, giving the students a breadth of knowledge. Specific general education outcomes have been formulated to frame the expectations of student achievement in the core area classes. Student achievement of these outcomes is assessed on a continuing basis to improve education in the core areas.

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GENERAL EDUCATION GENERAL EDUCATION LEARNING OUTCOMES AT THE COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA

Critical Thinking

Students will demonstrate higher levels of critical-creative thinking by analyzing problems, identifying viable solutions when possible, and defending choices of solutions

Communication

Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively (in written, oral, visual, electronic and non-verbal forms)

Literacy

Students will demonstrate the ability to access, retrieve, evaluate, and utilize information from various sources

Mathematical

Students will demonstrate mathematical competencies and problem-solving skills appropriate to their areas of concentration

Scientific

Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic scientific concepts and the Scientific method and utilize laboratory procedures to observe natural phenomena

Global

Students will identify important ideas, persons, and paradigms within the humanities and social sciences in a global environment

GENERAL EDUCATION IN THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA (USG)

From the origins of intellectual study to the present, general education has been a key to a fulfilling life of self knowledge, self-reflection, critical awareness, and lifelong learning. General education has traditionally focused on oral and written communication, quantitative reasoning and mathematics, studies in culture and society, scientific reasoning, and aesthetic appreciation. Today, general education also assists students in their understanding of technology, information literacy, diversity, and global awareness. In meeting all of these needs, general education provides college students with their best opportunity to experience the breadth of human knowledge and the ways that knowledge in various disciplines is interrelated. In the University System of Georgia, general education programs consist of a group of courses known as the Core Curriculum as well as other courses and co-curricular experiences specific to each institution. The attainment of general education learning outcomes prepares responsible, reflective citizens who adapt constructively to change. General education programs impart knowledge, values, skills, and behaviors related to critical thinking and logical problem-solving. General education includes opportunities for interdisciplinary learning and experiences that increase intellectual curiosity, providing the basis for advanced study in the variety of fields offered by today's colleges and universities.

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3.2 Graduates by Program GRADUATES BY DEGREE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-20121

Number of Graduates

Percentage of Total Graduates

13

3.23%

33

8.23%

26

6.48%

BSN – Pre-Licensure

43

10.72%

Nursing RN to BSN

4

1.00%

Accounting

1

0.25%

Hospitality Management

11

2.74%

Arts

4

1.00%

Communication

4

1.00%

English

1

0.25%

Modern Foreign Language

1

0.25%

Biology

5

1.25%

Business Administration

28

6.98%

Chemistry

1

0.25%

Clinical Lab Technology

14

3.49%

Bachelor of Business Administration General Business Bachelor of Science Middle Grades Education Bachelor of Science in Education Early Childhood/Special Education Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Associate of Applied Science

Associate of Arts for Transfer (Pre-Majors)

Associate of Science for Transfer (Pre-Majors)

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Number of Graduates

Percentage of Total Graduates

Computer Information Systems

1

0.25%

Computer Science

1

0.25%

Criminal Justice

24

5.99%

Forestry Wildlife Fisheries

1

0.25%

General Studies

10

2.49%

Health and Physical Education

1

0.25%

Information Technology

1

0.25%

Mathematics

2

0.50%

Medical Records Administration

2

0.50%

Medical Technology

1

0.25%

Nursing

44

10.97%

Physical Therapy

3

0.75%

Political Science

2

0.50%

Pre-Dentistry

1

0.25%

Pre-Engineering

3

0.75%

Pre-Medicine

1

0.25%

Pre-Nursing

10

2.49%

Pre-Pharmacy

3

0.75%

Pre-Physician’s Assistant

1

0.25%

Pre-Radiology Science

1

0.25%

Pre-Veterinary Medicine

2

0.50%

Psychology

39

9.73%

Radiologic Science

22

5.49%

Sociology

5

1.25%

Teacher Education

32

7.98%

402^

100.00%

TOTAL

Source: College of Coastal Georgia Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Office of the Registrar *Sumer 2011, Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 ^Number of graduates as of June 5, 2012

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3.3 Graduation Rates ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE THREE –YEAR GRADUATION RATES FIRST-TIME FULL-TIME FRESHMEN FALL SEMESTERS 2004 - 2008

Total Beginning Cohort

Graduation by Fall of…

Number Graduated

Percentage Graduation Rate

2008

389

2011

36

9.25%

2007

362

2010

52

14.36%

2006

359

2009

48

13.37%

2005

350

2008

41

11.71%

2004

334

2007

49

14.67%

Sources: USG Graduation Rate Reports

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3.4 Learning Support Courses Enrollment and Learning Support Students by Course Learning Support programs serve students who need preparation in reading, mathematics, English and/or other areas for success in college.

STUDENTS ENROLLED IN LEARNING SUPPORT COURSES* FALL 2006-FALL 2011 Status

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Voluntary

105

96

96

85

17

6

2

4

0

13

23

19

System Required

523

488

527

761

784

565

Learning Support Total

630

588

623

859

824

590

Institutional Required

Source: USG Enrollment Reports

* Unduplicated headcount

Voluntary

Institution Required System Required

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Students who volunteer to take LS courses to prepare for regular college courses. This count also includes students enrolled in Certificate programs that took remedial courses, since these students do not full under System or Institutional requirements. Students who are above the System minimum requirements but are required by CCGA to take LS courses or other courses. Students required to take LS courses because they are below System minimum requirements for placement (430 SAT-Verbal or 400 SAT-Math or CPC English or CPC Math).


LEARNING SUPPORT STUDENTS BY COURSE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012

Summer 2011 Course

Students Enrolled

Students Completed

Percent Completed

ENGL 0098

8

6

75.00%

ENGL 0099

38

22

57.89%

MATH 0097

90

55

61.11%

MATH 0099

119

65

54.62%

READ 0099

6

1

16.67%

Students Enrolled

Students Completed

Percent Completed

ENGL 0099

160

80

50.00%

MATH 0097

293

158

53.92%

MATH 0099

225

88

39.11%

READ 0099

69

29

42.03%

Students Enrolled

Students Completed

Percent Completed

ENGL 0099

48

19

39.58%

MATH 0097

170

63

37.05%

MATH 0099

222

120

54.05%

READ 0099

19

12

63.16%

Fall 2011 Course

Spring 2012 Course

Source: College of Coastal Georgia Office of Institutional Effectiveness

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COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA Administration, Faculty and Staff


4.1 CCGA Organizational Chart

President

Internal Audit

Business Affairs

Organizational Development and Legal Affairs

Institutional Effectiveness

Athletics

Technology Services

Enrollment Management

Academic Affairs

Business Services

Facilities and Plant Operations

Auxiliary Enterprises

Campus Safety

Design and Construction

Purchasing

Human Resources

Bursar

School of Education and Teacher Preparation

School of Nursing and Health Sciences

School of Business and Public Affairs

Center for Service Learning

Information Commons

Camden Center

Center for Teaching and Learning

Academic Services

School of Mathematics, and Natural Sciences Department of Natural Sciences

Department of Mathematics

Student Affairs

Advancement

Admissions

Resident Life and Housing

Career Services

Alumni Affairs

Marketing / Public Relations

Registrar

Camden Student Life

Judicial Affairs

Foundation

Development

Financial Aid

Brunswick Student Life

Diversity and Inclusion

External Relations

Special Events

Testing

Counseling and Disability Services

Student Health Center

School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Department of Social Sciences

Department of Arts and Humanities

Effective January 2012

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4.2 Faculty Demographic Characteristics and Profile by Rank FACULTY DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS FALL SEMESTERS 2009-2011

Demographics GENDER RACE

Male Female

Black White All Other Total Teaching Faculty

2009

2010

2011

33 38

34 50

37 54

4 64 3 71

4 76 4 84

4 83 4 91

Source: USG Office of Research & Policy Analysis and IPEDS

FACULTY PROFILE BY RANK FALL SEMESTERS 2009-2011 Full-time professors, associate professors, assistant professors, and instructors are considered the Corps of Instruction and must be approved by the Board of Regents prior to their appointment upon recommendation of the Chancellor and the President of the institution. Promotion to a higher rank must also be approved by the Board upon recommendation of the Chancellor and the President of the institution. Rank

2009

2010

2011

Professor

8

7

7

Associate Professor

12

15

17

Assistant Professor

38

45

56

Instructor

13

17

11

Total Teaching Faculty

71

84

91

Source: USG Office of Research & Policy Analysis and IPEDS

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4.3 Faculty Profile by Tenure Status FACULTY PROFILE BY TENURED STATUS FALL SEMESTERS 2009-2011

Rank

2009

2010

2011

Tenured

11

11

15

On Tenure Track

16

25

34

Not on tenure track/no tenure system

44

48

42

Total

71

84

91

Source: College of Coastal Georgia Office of Institutional Effectiveness and IPEDS

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4.4 Part-Time Faculty PART-TIME FACULTY FALL SEMESTERS 2002-2011

Term

Total Number of Courses Taught

Number Taught by Part-Time Faculty

Percentage Taught by Part-Time Faculty

2011

481

147

30.56%

2010

443

134

30.25%

2009

371*

104

28.03%

2008

570

127

22.28%

2007

521

137

26.30%

2006

519

140

26.97%

2005

511

119

23.29%

2004

540

142

26.29%

2003

415

99

23.86%

2002

398

83

20.85%

Source: College of Coastal Georgia Office of Academic Affairs and College of Coastal Georgia Office of Institutional Effectiveness *Decrease in number of courses taught due to change in College curriculum discontinuing the offering of teaching certificate programs.

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4.5 Full-Time Staff by IPEDS Occupational Category FULL-TIME STAFF BY IPEDS OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORY FISCAL YEARS 2007-2011 Occupation Instructional Faculty Executive/Manager Professional Secretarial/Clerical Technical/Paraprofessional Skilled Service/Maintenance

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

80 19 37 45 3 6 28

78 14 34 49 3 5 30

71 21 35 48 3 6 27

84 22 39 40 1 7 29

91 22 51 34 0 8 37

Sources: USG IPEDS Report and College of Coastal Georgia Office of Human Resources.

Faculty

Persons whose primary assignments are instruction, research, or public service and who hold academic rank.

Executive/Manager

Persons whose assignments require primary responsibility in management of the institution; includes department chairpersons.

Professional

Persons with specialized professional training who cannot be classified in any of the other classifications (e.g., librarians).

Secretarial/Clerical

Persons such as secretaries, bookkeepers, sales clerks, and data entry clerks.

Technical/Paraprofessional Persons with technical skills (e.g., computer programmers). Skilled

Persons with special manual skills (e.g., mechanics, electricians, machinists, carpenters).

Service/Maintenance

Persons with service or maintenance skills (e.g., public safety officers, food service and cleaning workers).

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COLLEGE OF COASTAL GEORGIA Finances


5.1 General Operating Budget

GENERAL OPERATING BUDGET FISCAL YEARS 2008-2012

Category General Operations

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012*

$15,317,508

$16,394,439

$18,977,088

$21,382,725

$23,019,995

Federal Stimulus

-

-

$575,053

$158,259

-

Special Initiative

$15,895

$17,683

$4,090

-

-

$350,000

$375,000

$250,000

$250,000

$25,000

$6,300,000

$6,000,000

$5,000,000

$7,650,000

$10,450,000

$21,983,403

$22,787,122

$24,806,231

$29,440,984

$33,494,995

Departmental Sponsored Operations Total Budget

Source: College of Coastal Georgia Business Affairs

*Projected

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5.2 Foundation Annual Financial Report INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT / FOUNDATION FINANCIAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2011 Balance December 31, 2010 (Audited)

$10,525,717

Cash Contributions:

$2,312,695*

Net Increase in Pledges:

$639,817

Earnings/Losses:

$219,310

Program Disbursements: Academic and Institutional Support Student Support and Scholarships Foundation Operations Total Balance December 31, 2011 (Audited) Breakdown of Fund Balance: Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Endowed(Permanently Restricted) Total

$440,914 $364,077 $129,522

$934,513 $12,763,026 $1,373,102 $5,420,739 $5,969,185 $12,763,026

Source: College of coastal Georgia Business Affairs

Unrestricted: Funds for programs expenses having no restrictions. Temporarily Restricted: Funds for program expenses restricted to a specific purpose by the donor. Endowed (Permanently Restricted): Funds to be held in perpetuity to generate earnings for program expenses. *Includes fulfillment of Prior Year Pledge Obligations

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