North Georgia College & State University has established a residence policy for undergraduates designed to enrich their education. The residential program fosters relationships with other students who have similar curricular and co-curricular interests, and with faculty and staff. The experience is designed to provide leadership development and to enhance the student's academic success.
Failure to comply with these policies may result in dismissal from the university. Failure to comply is defined as an act of providing misleading or false information during the admissions process or when applying for a waiver, or not moving into or maintaining residence in university housing when available.