Student Conduct/Handbooks

Students should be familiar with the campus policies and procedures that guide individual and organizational activities on campus. These primary publications include:

Title IX/Sexual Misconduct

The University System of Georgia will not tolerate sexual misconduct, which is prohibited, but not limited to, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment, and stalking. Click the link below for more information.


Behavioral Intervention Team

The mission of the College’s Behavioral Intervention Team is to provide a proactive and supportive multi-disciplinary team approach to prevention, assessment, intervention, and management of situations that may impact the safety and wellbeing of individuals or the College community. Click the link below for more information.


Student Grievance/Complaint (Non-Grade/Non-Harassment Related) Process


The College of Coastal Georgia is committed to maintaining an environment in which issues are addressed in a fair manner. There are times in which students have a grievance, complaint, or issue with another student, a faculty member, or a College staff member, which is of a non-grade/non-harassment related nature. These grievances could include issues of intellectual diversity (when someone feels they have been treated unfairly by the institution because of their ideas or opinions on a specific issue). It is recommended in these situations that student follow these informal procedures:

  1. In a situation where it is a grievance or complaint with a fellow student, students are encouraged to meet with the Vice President of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management or designee. The Vice President or designee will investigate the situation and assist the students involved in resolving the problem or grievance in a collaborative manner.
  2. In a situation where it is a grievance or complaint with a faculty or College staff member, students are encouraged to meet one-on-one with the person with whom they have a complaint or issue in order to discuss the issue openly. If this does not resolve the situation, students should meet with an immediate supervisor or supervisors of the College personnel with whom they have the complaint or grievance. If the situation still is not resolved, students are encouraged to meet with the Senior Administrator in the employee’s chain of command.
  3. If this informal process does not resolve the issue, students are encouraged to consider using the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) program. The ADR program is fully explained in the Student Handbook. This program may provide mediation as an option to the parties involved at no cost to the student.
Max Gruver Act-Hazing Report
Hazing will be recorded on this website within 15 days of final adjudication in accordance with Ga. Code 16-5-61. The public disclosure of each incident of hazing adjudicated pursuant to this Code section, criminal convictions for hazing pursuant to this Code Section, and other criminal convictions arising from any incident of hazing shall require the following minimum information be posted prominently on the school’s website for a period of not less than five years after final adjudication or conviction: (1) the name of any school organization involved; (2) the date or dates on which the hazing occurred; and (3) a description of the specific hazing-related findings, sanctions, adjudications, and convictions for any person or school organization. No hazing incidents are reported at this time.

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