Campus Safety Month
Safety is a priority at Georgia State University. It is so important, that Campus Safety Week has been extended to Campus Safety Month. In 2008, National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM) was unanimously approved by Congress to encourage a public conversation on important topics in violence prevention at our nation’s colleges and universities. Georgia State University supports this initiative by providing the campus community with events, workshops, safety information, and safety walks on each campus. We are planning for a different experience this year, so stay on the look out for virtual and in-person safety events, which will be listed soon!
Thank you to everyone who participated in last years' Campus Safety Month! The campus safety fairs were well attended and provided a lot of helpful safety information to all of the participants. Many changes are occurring as a result of the campus safety walks. A big thanks to University Housing and the Georgia State University Police Department for funding the safety fair. Also, thank you to the Counseling and Testing Center, Dean of Students Office, Risk Management, and the Recreation Center for funding programs throughout the week. Lastly, thank you to the Student Government Association for actively participating in the campus safety walks.
The results of the Atlanta Campus Safety Carnival are in.
Safety goes beyond just one month! Find out more about services available to the campus regarding safety at the Georgia State University Police Safety Site.