Information for Faculty & Staff
Georgia State University is committed to providing a safe learning environment that supports the dignity of all members of the university community. As responsible employees, faculty and staff members are obligated to report incidents of sexual misconduct and sexual harassment of students if perpetrated by a student(s) to the Dean of Students, in person in Student Center East, Suite 303, by calling 404-413-1515 or by email. If perpetrated by a faculty or staff member, the incident should be reported to the assistant vice president for human resources administration in Opportunity Development and Diversity Education Planning (ODDEP) at 1 Park Place South, Suite 308, or by calling 404-413-3290.
How to Refer to Student Victim Assistance
Student Victim Assistance is available by appointment and on a walk-in basis. When possible, appointments are encouraged in order to assure that students are afforded all of the time that they may need. Faculty and staff may refer a student to Student Victim Assistance in one of three ways:
- Provide the student the Student Victim Assistance phone number (404-413-1965) and location (75 Piedmont Avenue NE, Suite 239) and encourage the student to schedule an appointment.
- Contact Student Victim Assistance and walk a student to the office.
- With the student’s verbal consent, provide the student’s information, so that Student Victim Assistance can provide follow up contact.
Faculty or staff who are unsure whether or not a referral is necessary can contact Student Victim Assistance directly.
Any faculty or staff member may contact Student Victim Assistance for questions, concerns or consultation at 404-413-1965.
If a student discloses an incident of sexual misconduct or sexual harassment, faculty and staff should notify the student of their obligation as soon as they can. At this time, share the following confidential campus resources:
Student Victim Assistance
75 Piedmont Avenue NE, Suite 239
24-Hour Victim Assistance Phone: 404-413-1965
Services Provided: Free, confidential support and advocacy services to Georgia State University students who have experienced crime and consultation with faculty and staff members.
Student Health Clinic
141 Piedmont Avenue, Suite D
Services Provided: Confidential disclosure and high quality primary and urgent care services to students provided by a board certified family practice physician, certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Services include, but are not limited to, immunizations, physicals, gynecologic exams and sexually transmitted infection (STI) and HIV testing.
Counseling and Testing Center
75 Piedmont Avenue NE, Suite 200A
Services Provided: Confidential disclosure and a wide range of counseling, testing, psychiatric and holistic health services to support students. Counseling services include individual, group and couples therapy. The Counseling and Testing Center also provides immediate help for students in crisis.
Disclosures made to the health care providers and Student Victim Assistance staff listed above will be held in strict confidence and will not serve as notice to the university requiring initiation of a review of the disclosed conduct.