COVID-19 Alternative Educational Arrangement Information
The safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff remain Georgia College's highest priority. Georgia College has been working diligently throughout the summer to prepare for face-to-face instruction for our upcoming fall semester. In fact, approximately 85% of our lecture courses will be taught in classrooms that are able to provide for safe social distancing. Additionally, a number of other mitigation strategies will be incorporated this fall.
Students who possess significant COVID-19 health related risk factors as established by the Centers for Disease Control may fill out the Request for Alternative Educational Arrangements. You will be required to submit medical documentation along with this form, substantiating your risk factor(s). When the form has been received you will be contacted with further instructions or questions.
At Georgia College, we want everyone to feel welcomed and supported from the beginning of their college journey, and we want to be part of that experience. As a student, you’ll be surrounded by a community that strives to create an informed, accessible environment. The Student Disability Resource Center is here to help you fully participate in and benefit from all aspects of college life. To ensure your time at Georgia College is met with ease and comfort, we provide services to students with permanent documented disabilities including assistance with accommodations in courses, programs and activities. As you begin your journey in applying to Georgia College, or if you’ve already been accepted, please contact the Student Disability Resource Center with any questions you may have.
David Anderson, M.Ed., CRC
Rebecca Miles, M.A.