The Office of the Dean of Students is open and ready to serve you. The best way to connect with us is by email at email@example.com or phone at 404-413-1515 during business hours (Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.). When an in-person meeting is necessary, it is best to schedule in advance. Virtual meetings are also available. You can complete many functions right here through our website, including reporting incidents or concerns, emergency assistance and emergency withdrawal requests.
Conflict Resolution Workshop
Conflict is inevitable. It is imperative that students are well equipped to deal with conflict appropriately. This conflict resolution workshop focuses on several key skills necessary for resolving conflict. Participants will learn about different conflict styles and methods for managing conflict, as well as how to generate helpful options. The workshop will include a guide that students can reference when they are involved in future conflicts.
Register for a workshop in the Panther Involvement Network (PIN). In the search box, type "Conflict Resolution Workshop" to see the available workshop dates. Workshops are one-hour long.
Identifying and understanding your values, strengths, and goals are needed in order to consistently make effective decisions. This workshop asks participants to reflect on these things in order to create a personal code of ethics statement. Participants will also gain valuable communication and conflict resolution skills, as well as tools for strategic decision-making. Students will receive student training guides that they can take with them to help them make difficult decisions in the future.
Register for a workshop in the Panther Involvement Network (PIN). In the search box, type "Making Better Moves: Decision Making Workshop" to see the available workshop dates. Workshops are one-hour long.
Georgia State is committed to ensuring a safe learning environment for all members of the university community and has established policies and procedures that comprise the Student Code of Conduct (the Code) to both promote the university mission and protect the rights of students, faculty and staff. Report all alleged violations of the Code immediately.
The Office of the Dean of Students provides members of Georgia State with training and workshops that revolve around sexual misconduct (sexual exploitation, sexual harassment, non-consensual sexual contact, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking), general conduct, FERPA, academic honesty, conflict resolution, decision making and career-readiness.
A Dean’s Certification is a letter of clearance verifying your prior (if applicable) disciplinary conduct. These letters are usually required by graduate/professional schools, state bar associations, government agencies, etc. when applying for admission or employment. These institutions will provide you with a release form to sign and have the Office of the Dean of Students to complete.
The Dean’s Certification request process has moved completely online. Request a Dean's Certification letter.
Email your statement explaining what occurred and your involvement in the situation by 9AM to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure you include your name, panther ID, and cell phone number. A Student Conduct staff member will reply to you and arrange a meeting time.
Contact the person who assigned the requirement to discuss alternative methods for completion. If you are unsure who to contact, email email@example.com. Online options are available to satisfy all requirements.
Information about Student Assistance through the Office of the Dean of Students is available on the Student Assistance page and you can connect with our staff virtually to review your circumstances and discuss what resources may be available to assist.
Email is the preferred method of communication, and email should be sent from your GSU student email account.