Combatting the Red Zone

The new school year has begun and students are excited about a new chapter in their lives. Figuring out class schedules, study times, and when to hang out. Unfortunately, another thing students have to focus on is safety. Studies have shown that the first six weeks of the new fall semester are considered the Red Zone. The Red Zone is the first few months of the school year when there is an increase in sexual assaults.

Georgia State University is committed to creating a safe environment and will respond to all reported incidents of sexual misconduct. In addition, the university is committed to sexual misconduct prevention and education. …more>>>

Report Sexual Misconduct

Georgia State University does not tolerate sexual misconduct and prohibits crimes of sexual violence such as dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, rape and stalking. Sexual Misconduct can be reported on the Reporting Sexual Misconduct page.

Request Training

The the Dean of Students office provides members of Georgia State University 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.

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