The Georgia State policy library houses the official collection of all university-wide policies (those that impact the members of the University community across all colleges and divisions). The colleges, schools, divisions , and departments of the University may have additional policies that govern their operations and such policies are not housed in the Georgia State Policy Library. For college, school, division, or department policies, please check the web sites of those colleges, schools, divisions or departments.
Georgia State University makes every reasonable effort to ensure that the information contained in the Policy Library is accurate and current, but no claim is made by the University that the compendium is exhaustive.
Georgia State University reserves the right to amend or revoke its policies at any time. The policies contained in the Policy Library do not create a contract between the University and a student or employee.
New policies are entered as soon as possible after they are passed, but there may be a delay before posting. If you have any doubt or question about a policy in the Policy Library, you should contact the office listed as the Responsible Office for that particular policy.
Archived versions of Georgia State University policies (including former Georgia Perimeter College policies) are maintained by the policy office and the policy management process is overseen by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. If you have any questions or comments about archived records, information on this site, or see errors in the policy library, please contact Mary McLaughlin .
What is included in the Policy Library?
University policies covering:
- Academic Affairs
- Faculty Affairs
- Finance and Business
- Governance and Legal
- Human Resources
- Information and Cyber Security
- Information Technology and Records
- Research and Intellectual Property
- Student Affairs
What is not included in the Policy Library?
- College policies
- Division policies
- Department policies
- Undergraduate admissions policies
- Graduate admissions policies