Facility Policies

College of Environment Design

Facility Policies

 

  • UGA Regulations
    • The following actions are prohibited and constitute a violation of the University Of Georgia Student Code Of Conduct. The Office of Student Conduct handles all allegations of conduct violations not related to Regulation I (Academic Dishonesty) and any student or organization found  to have committed a violation of these conduct regulations is subject to the sanctions outlined in this  Code.
    • Regulation V Theft, Damage, & Disregard for Property
      • 1. No student shall take, attempt to take, or keep  in his/her possession items of University property; items or services rented, leased or placed  on the campus at the request of the institution; items belonging to students, faculty, staff, guests of the University or organizations; or items belonging to individuals or businesses off campus without proper authorization.
      • 2. Malicious or unwarranted damage or destruction, or attempted damage or destruction, of items of University property; items rented, leased, or placed  on the campus at the  request of the institution; items belonging to students, faculty, staff, guests of the  University or organizations; or items belonging to individuals or businesses off campus is prohibited.
      • 4. Taking, attempting to take, or keeping items belonging to the library or items placed in the library for display.

 

 

  • CED  Regulations
    • General Regulations
      • All personal pets are banned from facilities managed by CED. The College supports the efforts  of students that are  involved in training service dogs and  will provide access to these dogs in many  of the areas of the campus that are  managed by CED.
      • All buildings are  closed to faculty,  staff, and  students on UGA home football game day
        • The Founders Garden House may be open for use during approved tailgating events
      • The following activities are  prohibited in CED managed facilities:
        • alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs and tobacco products
        • Smoking is prohibited within 35’ of building entrances or air exchange vents
        • amplified music – headphones/earphones are required for personal stereos (with the exception of the Studios)
        • any activity or equipment (jump rope, prop, etc.) that may damage facility floors, walls and equipment
        • bicycles
        • open flames/candles
        • personal chairs, couches, and tables
        • rollerblades, roller skates, skateboards and Heelys
        • pets (with the exception of service animals and service animals in training in accordance with UGA’s Service Animal Policy http://www.uga.edu/eoo/policies/pdfs/ServiceAnimalPolicy.pdf )
        • weapons
        • propping open of exterior doors, or altering door mechanisms so that they  do not latch
        • cutting of materials directly on any surface other than a cutting mat
        • use of the  rotary paper trimmers for cutting anything other than single  sheets of paper
        • use of glue or other  adhesives directly on any furnishing or flooring
        • use of aerosol products (spray mount, spray paint, etc.) indoors or within 35’ of entrances or air intakes
      • Studio, desk, and locker clean-out will occur the Wednesday following Spring Semester graduation
        • ALL personal items should be removed BEFORE Wednesday morning
        • Unclaimed papers will be recycled
        • Unclaimed books will be taken to the  Owen's  Library
        • All other items will be placed in a common  location for takers on a first come basis or disposed of appropriately
      • Any materials (papers, boards, wood, etc.) left on the floor will be considered trash and  disposed of appropriately
      • All faculty will have students take  home or appropriately dispose of their completed projects after presentation and  grading is complete

 

  • UGA Code of Conduct Sanctions
    • The following sanctions may be imposed against a student for the violation of a University conduct regulation. This list is neither exhaustive nor in order of severity and may be enlarged upon or modified to meet the particular circumstances of any given situation.
      • Expulsion: Permanent severance of the student’s relationship with the University.
      • Suspension: Temporary severance of the student’s relationship with the University for a specific period of time. The period of time and any requirements that must be satisfied prior to readmission are to be specified in the decision of the judicial body.
      • Probation: Notice that further finding of responsibility for the violation of any University conduct regulation(s) as specified in the decision of the Hearing Panel or informal resolution agreement may result in suspension or expulsion from the University. The period of probation shall be specified in the decision of the judicial body.
      • Reprimand: Stated disapproval or a warning issued to the student.
      • Restitution: Reimbursement for a loss caused by the student’s actions.
      • Community Service: Assignment to work a specific number of hours at a community service site determined by the judicial body and/or the Office of Student Conduct. Community Service locations exist on and off campus.
      • Restrictions: Terms of probation or reprimand restricting privileges. Such restrictions may include, but are not limited to, identification card privileges and/or parking privileges.
      • Housing Restrictions: Terms of a sanction indicating the loss or restriction of the student's privilege to live in University-owned residences. Such restrictions include, but are not limited to, expulsion (permanent separation) from University housing; suspension (time-specific separation) from University housing; University housing probation (notice that further finding of responsibility could result in housing suspension or expulsion), and/or University housing relocation.
      • Other Educational Sanctions: Projects or assignments designed to educate a student in connection with the effect of his/her behavior. Educational assignments include, but are not limited to, papers, letters of apology, and/or alcohol education (i.e. Prime for Life, DUI School).

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