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    which students will receive Georgia State academic credit for their experience abroad must be approved by the University New and existing programs must be approved each year New programs require a proposal in addition to the Approval Form Existing programs require a Program Renewal Form For substantial changes to an existing program such as a change in the country of study an addendum must be attached to the Program Renewal Form The addendum should confirm that the curriculum originally proposed has not been changed and if relevant address how the new location affects the program safety in the new location and whether the site visit requirement has been fulfilled All program approvals are processed through Study Abroad Programs All annual approval and renewal forms must be submitted to Study Abroad Programs no later than February 1 st for fall programs June 1 st for spring programs and September 15 th for maymester summer programs Each Georgia State University faculty led study abroad program shall have at least one program director This director must travel abroad with the students who are participating in the program In keeping with GSU policy for all courses a study abroad program director must be a member of the University faculty qualified to be the instructor of record for courses they will teach abroad if any Leading a study abroad program involves making important decisions on behalf of the institution involving participant safety crisis management and institutional risk As such program directors must be regular faculty able to exercise a high degree of discretion and responsibility on behalf of the institution while also leading an academically challenging study abroad program The Office of Study Abroad Programs is responsible for establishing requirements for study abroad program approval and for responding to questions regarding program director eligibility Requests

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    Career Services Athletics Sports Tickets Recruits Alumni News Giving Events Search Georgia State Directory Quick links Who Are You Prospective Student Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid Jobs Giving Campus Life Housing Parking Safety Recreation Counseling Career Services Campus Map Campus Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 10 12 Operating Funds Investment Management 21 00 11 2 Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary The University may contract with investment managers to maximize earnings and to benefit from pooled investment opportunities Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Business Procedures Manual Responsible Office s Comptroller s Office 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Comptroller 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text The University may contract with investment managers to maximize earnings and to benefit from pooled investment opportunities Rationale or Purpose None given Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information None given Additional Helpful Resources About Contact Georgia

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    Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 10 13 Operating Funds Investment Objectives 21 00 11 1 Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary Funds for the general operation of the University are received primarily from State appropriations tuition and fees charged to students and restricted funds from sponsoring organizations primarily federal state and private grant making entities Funds received in excess of amounts spent are available for investment in accordance with this policy Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Business Procedures Manual Responsible Office s Comptroller s Office 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Comptroller 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text Funds for the general operation of the University are received primarily from State appropriations tuition and fees charged to students and restricted funds from sponsoring organizations primarily federal state and private grant making entities Funds received in excess of amounts spent are available for investment in accordance with this policy Operating funds should not be invested in volatile asset

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    Prospective Student Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid Jobs Giving Campus Life Housing Parking Safety Recreation Counseling Career Services Campus Map Campus Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 10 16 Operating Funds Reporting and Monitoring 21 00 11 7 Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary The Vice President for Finance and Administration shall review on a quarterly basis all University endowment investments Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Business Procedures Manual Responsible Office s Comptroller s Office 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Comptroller 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text The Vice President for Finance and Administration shall review on a quarterly basis all University investments This review shall encompass 1 Review investment performance against established objectives 2 Review investment activity to ensure compliance with investment policy 3 Monitor investment performance against relevant market comparisons The relevant market comparison is Donoghues Money Fund Report Rationale or Purpose None

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    Search Georgia State Directory Quick links Who Are You Prospective Student Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid Jobs Giving Campus Life Housing Parking Safety Recreation Counseling Career Services Campus Map Campus Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 10 05 Endowment Funds Investment Term 21 00 10 4 Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary Endowment funds are a permanent investment and therefore can tolerate more volatile investments than operating funds Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Business Procedures Manual Responsible Office s Comptroller s Office 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Comptroller 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text Endowment funds are a permanent investment and therefore can tolerate more volatile investments than operating funds Rationale or Purpose None given Policy History None Cross References None Definitions Word Phrase or Acronym Definition Endowment funds Gifts from donors subject to restrictions that the principal be invested in perpetuity Appendix None Additional

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    Allocation and Diversification 21 00 10 5 Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary Endowment funds may be invested in cash and cash equivalents U S Government and Agency securities certificates of deposit banker s acceptances corporate bonds commercial paper common stocks and pooled investment funds Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Business Procedures Manual Responsible Office s Comptroller s Office 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Comptroller 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text Endowment funds may be invested in cash and cash equivalents U S Government and Agency securities certificates of deposit banker s acceptances corporate bonds commercial paper common stocks and pooled investment funds Endowment funds may be invested in the Total Return Fund Asset allocation is determined based on the objectives of the endowment fund The investment objective of the Total Return Fund is to maximize long term growth of income and principal The asset allocation as defined in the Total Return Fund profile is as follows The fund will seek its objectives by investing in common

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    Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 30 23 Payment of Memberships and Dues for Journal Subscriptions 23 10 12 2 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary Payments for individual memberships in professional organizations may be made provided that the sole purpose is to obtain a reduced cost for professional journals These journals must become the property of the University and not the individual in whose name the membership is made Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Unknown Responsible Office s Office of Disbursements 400A Sparks Hall 3 3040 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Office of Disbursements 400A Sparks Hall 404 413 3040 Full Policy Text Payments for individual memberships in professional organizations may be made provided that the sole purpose is to obtain a reduced cost for professional journals These journals must become the property of the University and not the individual in whose name the membership is made The journals must pertain to the mission of the department from which payment is made Payment of memberships from outside grant funds must be approved by the granting agency prior to payment

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    as required by the institution subject to approval by the Board of Regents When there is a change in the purpose of the mandatory fee it shall be subject to approval by the Board of Regents Mandatory fees shall include but not be limited to 1 Intercollegiate athletic fees 2 Student health services fees 3 Transportation or parking fees if the latter are charged to all students 4 Student Activity fees 5 Technology fees and 6 Facility fees BOR Minutes January 2010 All mandatory fees shall be approved by the Board of Regents at its meeting in April to become effective the following fall semester Exceptions to this requirement may be ed upon recommendation of the Chancellor and the approval of the Board of Regents An institution may waive mandatory fees for students who are enrolled for fewer than six 6 credit hours Alternatively institutions may prorate mandatory fees on a per credit hour basis for students taking fewer than twelve 12 credit hours Institutions may elect to reduce Board approved mandatory fees for students enrolled in summer courses Proposals submitted by an institution to increase mandatory student fees proposals to new mandatory student fees or a change in the purpose of a mandatory fee shall first be presented for advice and counsel to a committee at each institution composed of at least fifty percent 50 students except in special circumstances when a general purpose fee is instituted system wide by the Board of Regents BoR Minutes June 2009 The committee shall include at least four students who shall be appointed by the institution s student government association Institutions and student government associations should make a concerted effort to include broad representation among the students appointed to the committee BoR Minutes January 2010 All mandatory student fees collected by an

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