Office of Legal Affairs

University Policies

Welcome to Albany State University’s official policies website. All officially approved university policies are displayed on this website. Albany State University (ASU) adheres to all policies of the Board of Regents (BOR), the governing authority over all University System of Georgia (USG) system institutions. While Albany State University encourages departments to post their specific departmental policies on dedicated departmental web pages within the ASU website, any conflicts between departmental, university and/or BOR policies are subject to the following governing hierarchy: BOR Policy, ASU Policy, and Departmental Policy.

While Albany State University strives to provide accurate information, because of the possibility of human error, the University makes no representations or warranties, either express or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information provided on this website. Albany State University shall not be liable for any damages of any kind, including consequential or incidental damages, arising from the submission, installation, maintenance, transmission, copying, modification, distribution or use of any information/materials.

Albany State University reserves the right to modify and/or delete information contained on this site without notice. Links to Internet resources outside of the domain are provided solely for the convenience of those viewing this website. Provision of these links is in no way an endorsement of the linked sites by Albany State University, nor is Albany State University in any way responsible for the content and/or operation of these sites.

Policies Posted for 30-Day, All-Campus Review

A policy is a governing principle that establishes a standard for action. It enhances the institutional mission, reduces risk and /or promotes operational efficiency and compliance with any applicable laws and regulations. A policy may direct functions in a specific operating unit and/or have institution-wide application. Policies are not considered effective until they have been reviewed and approved through the official process. Approved policies are meant to guide the institution strategically, and are not frequently changed.

The following policies are available for a 30, Day, All Campus Review:

  • None under review at this time


For more information on University Policies or the Policy Development and Adoptions Procedures, please contact The Office of Legal Affairs at (229) 430-0577.