Spring Break and the Code

Many students look forward to spring break because it is a time to relax. The much-needed time off will help students to recharge and prepare to finish the semester. Before leaving for spring break to create exciting memories with friends, please take a look at the tips below to ensure you have a safe spring break and safe return to school.
• Practice safer drinking – Drinking can seem synonymous with spring break, but there are lots of activities in which to participate that do not include drinking. If you choose to drink, be safe and responsible. More information can be found on the Student Health Promotion page.
• Plan to stay with the group – If you are traveling with friends or a group make plans ahead of time to make sure everyone can stay together and stay safe…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 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. Request Training

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