• Academic Honesty Policy

      Campus Life Services; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01)
      6.16 Academic Honesty Policy: Students at Georgia Health Sciences University are expected to conduct themselves v.ith honesty and integrity. This policy defines those standards of honesty and integrity that the Georgia Health Sciences University expects of its students, in particular with regard to unauthorized assistance in assignments, buying or selling of answers, plagiarism, fraudulent research activity, and theft of academic materials. Disciplinary action for violation of Georgia Health Sciences University Academic Honesty Policy is handled by the individual colleges that comprise Georgia Health Sciences University.
    • Academic Leave Policy

      Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs (2009-11)
      7.01 Academic Leave Policy: Faculty at Georgia Health Sciences University, from the Corps of Instruction, 'Nith greater than five years of continuous full-time employment, are eligible to apply for fully funded academic leave for the purpose of professional development and promoting scholarly work. Academic leave should last no longer than twelve months. This policy describes the process and procedures for applying for academic leave, either with or without pay.
    • Academic Standing Policy

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-02)
      4.02 Academic Standing Policy: Georgia Health Science University maintains required academic standards of performance for its students. This policy describes those academic standards and the courses of action that can occur when these academic standards are not met. These include Academic Probation, Academic Dismissal, and Academic Suspension. This policy applies to students in all undergraduate programs at Georgia Health Sciences University. It should be noted however, that departments may apply more stringent academic standards than are outlined in this policy. Academic standards for graduate and professional level programs are set by the individual colleges at Georgia Health Sciences University
    • Acceptance of Lawsuits Policy

      Office of Legal Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (2002-07)
      It is the policy of Georgia Health Sciences University that all lawsuits, ante litem notices or other legal claims against Georgia Health Sciences University or any GHSU employee for an act or omission arising out of their employment at GHSU shall only be acknowledged and accepted by the GHSU Legal Office. All GHSU employees shall be deemed to have authorized the Legal Office to accept service of process on their behalf for claims related to their GHSU employment.
    • Accident Injury Reporting Policy

      Campus Safety Committee; Georgia Health Sciences University (2014-07-29)
      To establish procedures to report accidents and injuries for evaluation, treatment if needed, and record keeping
    • Accommodation for Employees with Temporary Disability

      Office of Affirmative Action; Equal Employment Opportunity; Georgia Health Sciences University (2005-02-15)
      3.05 Accommodation for Employees with Temporary Disability: This policy is to establish procedures for qualified employees who have a temporary disability for which they request temporary accommodations. Temporary accommodations will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the requesting employee’s department head, and recommendations will be made to the AA/EEO office. The AA/EEO office must be notified of the temporary accommodations using the appropriate form.
    • Accrual and Use of Annual Leave Policy

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2001-11)
      Regular, benefits eligible employees will be eligible to accrue and use annual leave as outlined below.
    • Accrual and Use of Sick Leave Policy

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2005-11)
      To provide policies and procedures for the accrual and use of sick leave for all classified employees.
    • Accrual and Use of Unscheduled Holidays

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2003-02-12)
      To provide policies and procedures for the accrual and use of Unscheduled Holidays for all classified employees.
    • Adding and Dropping Courses

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01-21)
      4.03 Adding and Dropping Courses: Addition of courses to a student's course schedule will not be allowed after the deadline for adding courses as set forth in the Academic Calendar. A course may be dropped without penalty up to the midterm date set forth in the Academic Calendar. Following this deadline, a student who drops a course will receive a grade of WF (Withdrew Failing) except in cases of hardship as determined by the appropriate academic dean. WF grades will be treated as F grades for grade point calculations. Courses may be added or dropped only by procedures established by the Registrar of Georgia Health Sciences University
    • Administrative Policy Help

      Division of Institutional Effectiveness; Georgia Health Sciences University (2011)
      The Administrative Policy Library was transitioned to the Division of Strategic Support in January 2007. Since that time, the division has redeveloped the process for approving and publishing administrative policies. When Strategic Support was reorganized and changed to the Division of Institutional Effectiveness in 2011, they continued with this way of processing policies. This process includes a routing procedure that more systematically documents policy actions and which provides for appropriate engagement of all senior leaders in adopting new polices or major revisions to policies. Such policy actions require the endorsement of President’s Cabinet prior to approval by the President. Minor revisions to policies,decommissioning of policies, and transfer of ownership of policies do not require leadership endorsement but must be approved by the responsible Cabinet member and the President.
    • Affirmative Action and Equalment Opportunity Employ Policy

      Office of Affirmative Action; Equal Employment Opportunity; Georgia Health Sciences University (2005-02-15)
      3.01 Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: To further its goal of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) for all employees and perspective employees without regard to: · race · age · color · national origin · religion · disability · gender · Vietnam era veterans · temporary disability · sexual orientation or any other basis prohibited by applicable policy or law
    • Age Discrimination Policy

      Office of Affirmative Action; Equal Employment Opportunity; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-02-15)
      3.08 Age Discrimination Policy: Georgia Health Sciences University prohibits the use of age preference in all employment practices, including advertising, recruiting, hiring, salary determination, leaves of absence, and retirement.
    • Amorous Relationships Policy

      Office of Legal Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (2006-05)
      To set forth the official policy of Georgia Health Sciences University pertaining to consensual “amorous” or romantic relationships between members of Georgia Health Sciences University community.
    • Animal Euthanasia Policy

      Laboratory Animal Services; Georgia Health Sciences University (2007-07-10)
      9.0103 Animal Euthanasia Policy: Animals must be euthanized by humane methods when the need arises, as described in the 2000 Report of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) Panel on Euthanasia.
    • Approval of Centers & Institutes Policy

      Academic Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-10-28)
      2.02 Approval of Centers & Institutes Policy:: Under certain circumstances, Centers and Institutes are formed within universities to achieve specific objectives. This policy outlines the procedures by which a Center or Institute can be formed within the existing university structure at Georgia Health Sciences University, so that the Center/Institute complements institutional function while permitting the unique, harmonious, and effective operation of the Institute/Center. Any program at Georgia Health Sciences University using the terminology “Center” or “Institute” in its name must be approved by the President. In addition, this policy describes the organization and governance of Institutes and Centers at Georgia Health Sciences University
    • Asset Management Policy

      Materials Management; Asset Management; Georgia Health Sciences University (2010-10-22)
      Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) Asset Management maintains the consolidated institutional records of all moveable equipment. Each department is responsible for maintaining control, accountability, and disposal of their respective equipment as well as identifies an Assistant Equipment Control Officer to manage their inventory.
    • Auditing Classes Policy

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01-26)
      4.04 Auditing Classes Policy: Regularly enrolled students of Georgia Health Sciences University may register for courses as auditors. No academic credit shall be awarded to students enrolled on this basis. No changes from audit basis to credit or from credit basis to audit will be permitted after the last day of the drop/add period. Students auditing courses will be required to pay regular fees for enrollment. Courses taken as audits do not count toward financial aid eligibility
    • Augusta State Employee Handbook

      Augusta State University; Personnel Services; Augusta State University (2001-01)
      This manual contains all the policies relating to Augusta State University employees with a staff designation
    • Augusta State Univeristy Code of Conduct

      Augusta State University; Augusta State University (2015-12-22)
      This includes all policies relating to student conduct at Augusta State University