Reporting Code of Conduct Violations
The Georgia State University Student Code of Conduct contains policies and procedures to both promote the university mission and protect the rights of students, faculty and staff. Students are obligated to be knowledgeable of and to comply with the university’s rules, policies and procedures. Students are also individually responsible for understanding and exercising their rights, fulfilling their obligations and respecting the rights of others. The Student Code of Conduct articulates the types of actions that infringe upon the campus' climate of civility and the academic integrity of the university. An overarching philosophy of the student conduct process is to provide students with the opportunity to reflect upon their actions and take responsibility for the outcomes of their life and to develop ethical approaches to their decision-making process.
Members of the university community who believe a student violation of the Student Code of Conduct has occurred should submit an Incident Report to the Dean of Students office located in Student Center East, Suite 303. The complaint must state sufficient facts, including specific name(s), date(s), location(s) and description(s) of the alleged act(s) of misconduct to enable the Dean of Students to decide whether further fact finding is necessary.
Reporting a Policy on Academic Honesty Violation
The Policy on Academic Honesty contains procedures for reporting violations.
Georgia State University is committed to providing a safe learning environment that supports the dignity of all members of the university community. The university strongly encourages members of the university community to promptly report instances of sexual misconduct. All reported instances of sexual misconduct shall be reviewed and responded to promptly, thoroughly and impartially. The university will not tolerate sexual misconduct and will take necessary steps to end sexual misconduct. This policy describes the actions that will be taken in instances of alleged sexual misconduct by students. The Sexual Misconduct Policy is contained within the Student Code of Conduct.
Reporting incidents of Sexual Misconduct
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:
All members of the university community are strongly encouraged to report suspected instances of Hazing to the office of the Dean of Students and university employees are required to do so.