Animals of any kind, with the exception of aquatic fish in aquariums of 10 gallons or less, are prohibited from Georgia Health Sciences residence halls or adjacent grounds.
Reason For Policy
This policy was established to ensure that residence hall facilities at Georgia Health Sciences University are clean, sanitary, safe, and well maintained.
Entities Affected By This Policy
All students at Georgia Health Sciences University who are interested in living in campus housing are affected by this policy.
Who Should Read This Policy
Students who choose to live in Georgia Health Sciences University residence halls should be aware of this policy.
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Residence Life Agreement: available through Office of Residence Life
Students are prohibited from having animals of any type in Georgia Health Sciences University residence halls or on adjacent grounds, with the exception of aquatic fish in aquariums of 10 gallons or less.
Students contracting to live in Georgia Health Sciences University residence hall facilities are required to adhere to the pet policy as stated herein and in the Residence Life Housing Agreement. Failure to do so may result in termination of the agreement by the Georgia Health Sciences University and forfeiture of prepaid housing fees.
The responsibilities each party has in connection with Academic, Research, and Student Affairs Policy 6.06, Pet Policy for Residence Halls, are:
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