EMBARK Network: Support for Homeless Students

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Over the last year, Dean of Students office built a relationship with EMBARK Georgia and investigated ways to better assist homeless students and students in foster care. With a better understanding of state and national best practices for serving the youth in this population, the Dean of Students office and EMBARK have developed an approach to assist Georgia State students dealing with housing instability, food insecurity and other areas of vulnerability.

In 2012, EMBARK Georgia was developed with support from the College Access Challenge Grant (CACG) in the University System of Georgia. CACG emphasizes finding ways to increase college access for underrepresented populations… more>>>

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Welcome Message from the Dean

I would like to personally welcome you to Georgia State University and to the Division of Student Affairs. The Dean of Students office on our campus has a long and rich history of supporting and advocating for students. The guiding principles of the office are to build a culture of care through access by providing opportunities to obtain information and utilize resources; integrity by promoting equitable learning environments; and inclusion by creating purposeful and engaged cultural experiences. The office assists students in the resolution of problems, mitigation of crisis, referral to campus resources, and promotion of civic duty. In addition, the Dean of Students office provides co-curricular experiences that support the growth and development of the students on our campus. As you explore this website you will find a myriad of programs, services and offices that will contribute to your success at Georgia State University.

Please take the time to learn more about the various functions of the Dean of Students office. Again, welcome to Georgia State University and if you see me on campus please feel free to say hello! As an alum myself, I am never too busy to personally welcome you to our campus. Remember, we bleed blue at Georgia State University!

Darryl Holloman

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students