Rights & Responsibilities

The Student Handbook provides students with information about campus resources, student life and university procedures.

The university makes this handbook available to each student, and it is students’ responsibility to familiarize themselves with its contents. By enrolling at this institution, students agree to comply with all rules and regulations. Ignorance of a policy or regulation will not be considered an excuse for failure to observe it. The university reserves the right to alter the regulations and policies stated herein through normal channels.

An important part of the handbook is the Student Code of Conduct and Administrative Policies and Procedures. Please take a moment to review it in its entirety the most current version of the Student Code of Conduct.

Georgia State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, handicap or ethnic origin in its administration of educational policies, loan and scholarship policies or any other faculty, staff or student program or activity.

Students may submit a complaint to the Board of Regents through the University System of Georgia, Academic Affairs Division.

Code of Conduct

Title IX

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