4.01 Academic Policies

4.01-1 Academic Dismissal

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Dismissal.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.01-2 Academic Probation

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Probation.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.01-3 Academic Renewal

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Renewal.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.01-4 Academic Advising

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Advising.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.01-5 Academic Honesty

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Honesty.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin
  • Office of the Vice President for Instruction

4.01-6 The Academic Year

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/year.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.01-7 Classification of Students

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Classification.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.01-8 Student Responsibility

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Responsibility.html
Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.01-9 Application to Extended Campuses

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All provisions in this Academic Affairs Policy Manual apply to students, courses and programs offered at any campus of the University, unless that policy contains a specific exception due to the unique circumstances at an extended campus.

See Academic Affairs Policy Statement 17 for specific policies about approval and oversight of academic programs on extended campuses.

4.01-10 Distance Education - Verification of Student Identity

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In any course in which the majority of the instruction occurs when the faculty member teaching the course and the students taking the course are not in the same physical location, reasonable steps should be taken by the faculty member to assure that each student who registers in the course is the same student who participates in, completes and receives credit for the course. This verification may be accomplished by any method or combination of methods reasonably determined by the faculty member to be effective in verifying student identity including, but not limited to (1) Secure log-in and password; or (2) Proctored examinations.

Sources:
  • Office of the Provost, July 13, 2010