In accordance with federal regulations set forth by the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by HEOA of 2008, this guide is available for all prospective and enrolled students to inform them of the availability of specific types of consumer information. This guide provides a brief description of important topics as well as university public web addresses. Specific information about programs and services is available from the appropriate university departments. Printed copies of this information may be requested from either of the below GC offices:
GC Financial Aid Office
231 W. Hancock Street, CPO Box 030 Milledgeville, GA 31061
(103 Parks Hall)
800-342-0471 or 478-445-5149
GC Registrar’s Office
231 W. Hancock Street, CPO Box 69 Milledgeville, GA 31061
(107 Parks Hall)
800-342-0471 or 478-445-6286
Georgia College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACSCOC)
The annual Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act Report that contains participation rates, financial support and other information on men's and women's intercollegiate athletic programs
Campus security policies, crime statistics, fire safety, law enforcement authority, emergency response and evacuation, crime alerts and missing person procedures
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to the educational records.
Procedures and forms for applying for assistance, eligibility requirements, criteria for selecting recipients, award amounts, Satisfactory Academic Progress, disbursement procedures, options for textbook purchasing, terms and conditions of loans and employment, exit counseling information including sample repayment schedule and the necessity of repaying loans.
The GC Institutional Research Office maintains data and statistics regarding aspects of university. Click here for IR location and contact information.
Immunization requirements for students entering GC as well as the required certification form.
Basic information about Georgia College.
The Division of Student Affairs oversees the university's student code of conduct.
The offices of Admissions and the Registrar jointly manage the university's policies and procedures.
The GC Financial Aid Office staff as well as other affiliated GC employees abide by the established Code of Conduct.
Institutional policies, as governed by University System of Georgia (USG), regarding refunds due to students upon withdrawal from school or dropping courses including impact of financial aid recipients.
The Student Disability Resource Center provides services to students with permanent documented disabilities including assistance with accommodations in courses, programs and activities.
The International Education Center is responsible for assisting students in the area of Study Abroad procedures.
Georgia College complies with The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA).
The institution's policy concerning withdrawing from school.
Basic information and application in regards to voter registration.
Obtain information by contacting the
GC Registrar's Office
Parks Hall, Room 107