Spring break is March 15-19 for Georgia State University students. However with the COVID-19 pandemic still happening, spring break safety looks different this year. Here are some tips, adapted from RAINN, to keep you and others safe on spring break.
General Safety Tips:
● Share the details of your trip like who you’re going with, where you’re staying, and itinerary with someone you trust.
● Be cautious about sharing your location information on social media through posts and geo-tags. It’s better to post photos of your trip later than in the moment.
● Keep an eye on your belongings. If you are staying in a hotel ….more>>>
For immediate victim assistance after hours: 404-413-1965
Student Victim Assistance is a confidential disclosure site for students who have experienced sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking. Disclosures made to Student Victim Assistance staff will be held in strict confidence and will not serve as notice to the university requiring a review of the disclosed conduct. Students who would like more information or would like to schedule an appointment to speak with Student Victim Assistance staff can call 404-413-1965.
Staff also are here to help students who have experienced any type of recent or past victimization regain a sense of control over their traumatic experience, so that they may resume their academic and personal pursuits. Student Victim Assistance can help students who know someone who has been victimized or would like to learn more about student victimization. Student Victim Assistance offers crisis intervention, advocacy and support for students. Student Victim assistance can assist students to determine their options and provide information related to their experience, even if they have no idea what they need or what they intend to do, which is a normal response to trauma. Students who seek victim assistance services are not obligated to pursue criminal or university charges.