Adopted by President’s Cabinet 7/28/15
Minor children are not allowed on campus unless they are under the supervision of a responsible party. Direct supervision requires that the children be in direct line of sight of the responsible student or responsible party. Children of students attending class are not allowed to attend classes with the responsible student and should not be left unattended outside the classroom. Students that bring children to class will be asked to leave the class. Unattended children will be reported to Public Safety and the parent will be identified and asked to make arrangement for the oversight of the child or children while on campus. If the parent is unable to secure oversight of the child or children on campus, the parent and child or children may be asked to leave campus. East Georgia State College does not assume responsibility for supervision of unattended minors. Safety of the child or children is of primary importance to the administration of the College.