Georgia State University is dedicated to continuing its long-standing partnership with military and veteran communities and serving servicemembers, veterans, spouses and other family members. All Georgia State University and Perimeter College locations fully comply with Executive Order 13607, establishing Principles of Excellence for Educational Institutions. The following provides guidance on how Georgia State is meeting the individual principles outlined in the Principles of Excellence.
Prior to enrolling students, Georgia State University ensures the accreditation of all new academic programs.
Georgia State University provides military-connected students with a customized financial aid shopping sheet/college financing plan, providing an overview of the total cost of a degree program, which will include VA and non-VA funding sources.
All Georgia State University military and veteran education beneficiaries are furnished with an educational plan.
Georgia State University does not automatically renew students’ enrollment in a course or program and ensures each student approves of the enrollment in all courses.
Due to the unique challenges faced by servicemembers, Georgia State University provides accommodations for student absences due to unforeseen military service obligations.
Georgia State University identifies a point of contact for students with regard to academic, financial aid and disability counseling, and any other information regarding completing a course of education at Georgia State.
In compliance with federal policies, Georgia State University’s refund policy aligns with the federal student aid rules under Department of Education Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965.
To maintain compliance with federal programs, Georgia State University does not permit dishonest or aggressive recruiting practices of any kind.