It’s On Us Campaign Spreads Message About Sexual Assault
As the White House marks the one-year anniversary of the anti-sexual assault campaign “It’s On Us” on Sept. 19, Georgia State is ramping up efforts to help spread the message that everyone has a role in preventing sexual assaults.

“We want this to be a safe campus for everyone,” said Annette Butler, director of AA/EEO training and compliance in the Office of Opportunity Development. “There are federal and campus policies that are in place here to make sure this is a respectful and an inclusive environment.”



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Native American Heritage

Native American Heritage Month

November 17, 2015
6 – 9 p.m.

Celebrate Native American/Indian Heritage Month with a movie and speaker!…more

Truly Living Well

Leadership Arts in the Park

December 4, 2015
12:30 – 5 p.m.
Jennifer Bodnar – 404-413-1552

Connecting people through education, training and economic success …more

SafeHouse Outreach

Safehouse Outreach

December 4, 2015
8:30 – 1 p.m.
Jennifer Bodnar – 404-413-1552

Affecting real change in the lives of others by providing a hand-up, not just a hand-out. …more


LBGTQIQ Heritage Month

December 10, 2015
3:30 – 5 p.m.
University Plaza

Providing a safe setting to explore what it’s like to be yourself and to share the challenges …more

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Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs

On behalf of the entire Student Affairs staff, I invite you to take a few minutes to explore these pages and discover the many outstanding co-curricular activities and experiences that are offered at Georgia State University. At the University, we are proud of our students, of our distinguished faculty, and of our dedicated staff who serve the campus and create its vibrancy. The Student Affairs program is responsive to student expectations and is committed to ensuring opportunities for our students to develop skills in leadership, teamwork, and social responsibility to prepare them for their future roles in society. Our mission informs our daily interactions with students to ensure that their experience is one that maximizes student success.

The Student Affairs staff works in partnership with the faculty and other administrators to create a learning-centered culture that encourages student development and growth. We are just one of the many reasons why Georgia State University is the university of choice for its students.

Dr. Douglass F. Covey
Vice President for Student Affairs