As a unit within the Division of Student Affairs, the Office of Student Conduct serves to educate Georgia Regents University students and student organizations about their rights, responsibilities, and expectations as members of the community. The office strives to provide a fair and educational process for students through which alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct are resolved. Through the process we seek to balance individual and community rights. The office encourages student learning and development through the promotion and implementation of the Code of Conduct to foster integrity and ethical conduct within our community. To view the full text of Georgia Regents University's Code of Conduct, please refer to section II in the Student Manual located on this page. The Office also offers outreach services to education faculty and staff about the Code of Conduct.
- With sponsorship from the Westobou Festival, the Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art will exhibit the works of Ron Meyers and Gary Hudson.
- Jaguar Athletics and all 13 NCAA championship teams will compete as Augusta University for the 2015-16 seasons.
- To help ease the transition from Georgia Regents University to Augusta University we have set up an FAQ to answer your questions.