Responsible Employee Defined

We encourage all employees of the university to avoid making assurances of confidentiality when confronted with disclosures about past or current experiences of sexual misconduct.

All university employees except those listed as a confidential resource (Counseling Center, Student Health Clinic, and Student Victim Assistance) serve as responsible employees who are required to share all reports of sexual misconduct with administrative officials for university review per the instructions below.

University Report:
Sexual misconduct by members of the university community should be immediately reported to one of Georgia State University’s Title IX coordinators as described below:

  • Sexual Misconduct by students should be reported to:
    Student Code of Conduct Incident Report Form
    Office of Equity & Civil Rights Compliance
    1 Park Place South, Suite 308
    404-413-3303
  • Sexual Misconduct by faculty or staff should be reported to:
    Senior Director and Title IX Coordinator, Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance
    1 Park Place South, Suite 308
    404-413-2567
    Report Here

Retaliation
The Sexual Misconduct Policy prohibits retaliation against anyone who has made a report or complaint, provided information, assisted, participated, or refused to participate in any manner in the sexual misconduct process. Retaliation includes intimidation, threats, or other adverse action against anyone bringing forth a good faith complaint and/or participating in a student conduct process.

  • Retaliation by students, faculty or staff should be reported to
    Senior Director and Title IX Coordinator, Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance
    1 Park Place South, Suite 308
    404-413-2567
    Report Here