At South Georgia College, we seek to help our students develop the capacity for continuous learning and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances in a multicultural and interdependent through constant evaluation of our curriculum.
We insist on excellence in teaching and learning. We recognize a responsibility not only to convey ideas to our students but to participate in the development of new ideas. We also encourage continuous research, learning, and professional development for our faculty and staff.
Quality academic programs are best created, developed, and maintained by a high degree of faculty and student participation in the educational process. For this reason, the College is committed to faculty-wide involvement in general education and in teaching such academic skills as writing, quantitative analysis, and logical reasoning.
Our academic programs must offer students a real understanding of the ideas and methods of their disciplines, including those most recently developed. Exposure to many disciplines and intensive investigation of one discipline should prepare graduates to move into appropriate fields of employment, or to continue to further their academic or professional study.
At South Georgia College, we value diversity and the differing perspectives it brings. Just as students must receive an education that is sufficiently broad to permit flexible responses to changes in society, the College must be able to change and adapt to differing circumstances and needs in the every changing world. College’s general academic policies and procedures, processes for academic program planning and approvals, procedures and calendars for academic administration.