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IPV Awareness Month
What is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)?
The term “Intimate partner violence” refers to abuse that occurs in a current or former relationship. Intimate partner abuse includes: stalking, physical violence, sexual violence, and psychological harm (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2020). IPV, referred to in the Georgia State University Sexual Misconduct Policy, as Dating and/or Domestic Violence, is an issue that affects members of any race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. It is important to note that not all forms of IPV look the same, and often its occurrences can be spread out over the course of months or years more...
Report an Incident
Georgia State University 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.
Request Virtual Training
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.
Dean's Certification Request
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 Dean of Students office to complete.