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Policy Updates: Sept. 10, 2015

The following is a list of policies updated as of Sept. 10, 2015. Specific information about the given policies can be found at the accompanying links. Please review carefully.

 

  1. Assembly and Speech Guidelines—recently revised policy, showing GRU’s commitment to affording everyone the opportunity to engage in peaceful and orderly exercise of First Amendment guarantees in a manner that does not disrupt, class, clinic, or research.

https://gru.policytech.com/docview/?docid=794&public=true

 

  1. Academic Standing for Undergraduate Students—describes GRU’s required academic standards of performance for its undergraduate students and the courses of action that occur when these standards are not met.

https://gru.policytech.com/docview/?docid=799&public=true

 

  1. Credit for Prior Learning—describes those instances where students who have participated in learning experiences prior to enrollment at GRU, may be eligible for credit.

https://gru.policytech.com/docview/?docid=796&public=true

 

  1. Student Concerns and Complaints—describes the rights of students to voice opinions and/or complain regarding areas of academic or student life without fear of coercion, harassment, intimidation, or reprisal from the University or its employees.

https://gru.policytech.com/docview/?docid=780&public=true

 

  1. Transfer Credit—governs the evaluation and acceptance of courses that are presented for transfer to GRU.

https://gru.policytech.com/docview/?docid=797&public=true

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