The city of Brunswick’s population is essentially split between two ethnicities, with a population that’s nearly 60% Black and almost 40% White. Coastal’s population is more diverse, with a sizable population of Hispanic and International students in addition to the large White and Black populations. The school has a student body of around 3,500, which is considerably smaller than average. However, Brunswick only 15,000 people, so students make up around a fifth of the city’s population (if all of them live on campus or off-campus somewhere in the city). Coastal’s campus sits on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful Saint Simons Sound. Students head to the beaches year-round, mostly on the weekends, or sit on the banks of the ocean’s inlets and do work during the week. It’s a gorgeous area, and perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. One of Georgia’s best parks, Jekyll Island State Park, is eight miles away. There are also several wildlife refuges, like Wolf Island (15 miles away), Richard J. Reynolds (26 miles), and Blackbeard Island (28 miles) that are slightly further but are still amazing places. There are also plenty of other typical college amenities near campus, such as bars, restaurants, and clubs.
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