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Report It!

Let’s work together to maintain a safe environment at Georgia Southern. If you see something that seems off or suspicious, say something by immediately reporting what you observed. If you are unsure, call University Police anyway. It is always better to over report than not say anything at all.

University Police can be reached on the Statesboro Campus at 912-478-5234; on the Armstrong Campus at 912-344-3333; and on the Liberty Campus at 912-877-1906.

To report concerns related to sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and non-consensual sexual contact, you can contact the Title IX Coordinator at 912-478-5136. Reports can also be submitted anonymously.

Some examples of suspicious behaviors include, but are not limited, to:

  • Forcibly entering a car, building, room or other restricted area

  • Loitering in an area without an apparent purpose or cause

  • Unattended bags or packages

  • Tampering with property

  • Fraud, waste, and abuse

  • Unwelcome comments, touching, or advances

Support & Resources:

Office of Student Conduct 

Statesboro: 912-478-0059

Armstrong/Liberty: 912-344-3300

Student Conduct Report*

*Anonymous Reports Accepted

University Counseling Center

Statesboro: 912-478-5541

Armstrong/Liberty: 912-344-2529

Students can report confidentially to this office

University Health Services

Statesboro: 912-478-5641

Armstrong/Liberty: 912-961-5726

Students can report confidentially to this office

Download the LiveSafe App

Get the LiveSafe app, download from the App store, register with your mobile phone, verify your account then select Georgia Southern University

*A report may be filed anonymously, although anonymous reports may make it difficult to address the complaint.