A Message from the Counseling Center:
Given the recent series of violent events dominating the national news during the past few weeks, some students may find it helpful to discuss their thoughts on these matters. The Georgia State University Counseling Center (75 Piedmont Ave, N.E., Suite 200A, Citizen’s Trust Building) would like to provide support to any student seeking a safe and confidential space to process these events. We want to remind the campus community that we are available for walk-in consultations for all enrolled students until 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday. For students in need of support after business hours, please call 404-413-1640 and follow the prompts to speak to a counselor.

Life After Justice

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The Student Judicial Board (SJB) serves the student body of Georgia State University, where students are provided an opportunity to be heard by their peers. The Board selects a diverse group of students who want to make a change on campus by educating the community on the policies and effectively hearing cases involving allegations of Student Code of Conduct violations. Many Justices use the skills they learned from being on the Student Judicial Board to enhance their opportunities and life experiences. Below are former members of the Student Judicial Board as well as the outgoing Chief Justice sharing their experiences on the Board and how those experiences helped shape their lives after being a Justice. . . more
Student Code Of Conduct
Policy on Academic Honesty
Concerns About Students
Emergency Withdrawal
Student Affairs
Off Campus Living
Student Activity Fee