Appendices

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Appendix I

"IP" Inactvie Status with Privileges

A leave of absence (LOA), with the intent and eligibility to return, puts the student into "Inactive Status with Privileges" (IP); examples include, suspension,  medical, military and personal LOAs. A leave is a time when the student steps away from academic studies to pursue different goals for the period of the leave or as directed via the suspension process.  Parents/Guardians may be notified in writing that the student’s status has changed. Students are subject to the GU Code of Student Conduct while on a LOA. Students are encouraged to contact their Dean’s office with any questions and/or concerns during their LOA.

The change of status from active to inactive with privileges (IP) carries the following administrative implications:

The student disengages from campus

  • The student is not permitted to register for, attend, or audit Georgetown classes
  • The student is not permitted to live in GU residential facilities
  • During the period of leave, the University GoCard is partially deactivated. The student will not be able to access their residence hall or Yates
  • The students will not be able to borrow books from the library nor request any interlibrary loans
  • The student is not permitted to participate in events, activities, programming or services reserved for currently enrolled students at Georgetown University, including (but not limited to):
    • Commencement activities
    • Student membership at Yates Field House
    • Participation in campus clubs/organizations/sports
    • Events and programming which are limited to currently enroll students
    • All Cawley Career Center Services

The student retains the following privileges:

  • The student continues to have access to their GU email, not just forwarding
  • The student has access to some NetID enabled online resources such as MyAccess
  • The student has access to online library databases for research and is able to download electronic resources

"IS" - Inactive Status

 

Students who are separated from the University are placed into an "Inactive Status" (IS). Separation from the University is the result of transfer to another institution, withdrawal from the University with no intent to return, including but not limited to academic dismissal, honor council dismissal, etc. 

Parents/Guardians are notified in writing that the student’s status has changed. Students are encouraged to contact their Dean’s office with any questions and/or concerns regarding their status.

The change of status from active to inactive carries the following administrative implications:

The student disengages from campus

  • The student is not permitted to register for, attend, or audit Georgetown classes
  • The student is not permitted to live in GU residential facilities
  • The University GoCard is deactivated so that the student does not have GoCard access to the library, residence halls, Yates, computer labs, etc.
  • The student is not permitted to participate in events, activities, programming or services reserved for currently enrolled students at Georgetown University, including (but not limited to):
    • Commencement activities
    • Participation in campus clubs/organizations/sports
    • Events and programming that are limited to current students
    • All Cawley Career Center services
  • The student will not have access to their GU email
  • The student will not have access to NetID enabled online resources, including MyAccess

"IC" - Inactive Completed Program

 

Students who have completed their program and are graduated from the University are placed into an "Inactive ‘Completed’ Status" (IC).

Upon graduation the change of status from active to inactive ‘completed’ (IC) status comes with alumni privileges as follows:

  • The student continues to have access to their GU email, not just forwarding
  • The student has access to some NetID enabled online resources, including MyAccess
  • Access to Georgetown Alumni Online Resources
  • Receive alumni discounts on a membership to Yates Field House and theater, music, or dance performance in historic Gaston Hall or at the Royden B. Davis, S.J. Performing Arts Center
  •  Free access to online resources through Library Link and in-person access to the main campus, law center and medical libraries