Any student at the Medical College of Georgia who either has been and suspects he/she might have been exposed to the HIV/AIDS must report such information to appropriate individuals as described in this policy to prevent further spread of the infection or disease.
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All students at the Medical College of Georgia are expected to check their GroupWise e-mail accounts on a daily basis for important university announcements and other pertinent information. Students are also expected to update their contact information in Banner when necessary.
To provide equal opportunity for all, the Medical College of Georgia seeks to act in accordance with all Board of Regents, State, and Federal guidelines regarding the provision of services to individuals with a physical disability or learning disorder.
Students are required, on a continuing basis, to disclose in writing to their Dean or the Director of Campus Life Services any criminal convictions that occur since the disclosure they completed with their application for admission.
The Campus Review Body serves in an advisory capacity to the President of the Medical College of Georgia to ensure that students who have been sanctioned for misconduct or academic failure or who have a grievance against a faculty (as defined below) are provided the appropriate due process.
Students living in Medical College of Georgia residence hall facilities are permitted to have overnight guests under the conditions outlined in this policy.
Due to fire safety regulations, certain electrical appliances and other potential hazards are not permitted in Medical College of Georgia residence hall facilities. This policy is required to ensure that Medical College of Georgia residence hall facilities meet fire and safety criteria and state and local laws.
This policy was established to ensure that residence hall facilities at the Medical College of Georgia are clean, sanitary, safe, and well maintained.
Students (and their spouses and dependent children) living in Medical College of Georgia residence halls must abide by the conditions set forth in the Residence Life Housing Agreement. Failure to do so may result in termination of the Housing Agreement by the Medical College of Georgia. This policy also describes the conditions under which a student may request termination of the Housing Agreement and to what extent housing fees may be refunded under those conditions.