Policy Manual

Religious Accommodations

In accordance with federal and state laws and University System of Georgia (USG) policies, Georgia College prohibits discrimination on the basis of religion. The University provides reasonable accommodations for members' sincerely held religious beliefs or practices unless doing so would impose an undue hardship on the University. A reasonable religious accommodation is any adjustment to the work and/or academic environment that will allow the individual to practice his/her religion. "Undue hardship" is a practice, procedure, or financial cost, which unreasonably interferes with business operations at the University.

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Reasonable Religious Accommodation Request Form