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If you have experienced sexual violence, you are not alone. Many Georgia Tech offices are here to help. We have also created a quick resource guide for students and for faculty and staff who have experienced sexual violence.

Information for Faculty & Staff

Confidential Reporting Form (CRF)

 Please contact the Victim-Survivor Advocates in Health Promotion for questions or concerns related to reporting requirements.

Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance (SVPA)

We are always welcoming new faculty and staff to the SVPA.

Please email voice@gatech.edu for more information or if you are interested in joining.

Meetings typically take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 10am. 

Title IX Resources for Faculty & Staff

Check out this resource guide for Georgia Tech Faculty & Staff. If a student has experienced sexual violence, they can utilize this resource guide.

Gold Folder Initiative

This fall 2015, most Faculty and Staff received a new copy of the Sexual Violence Response Guide, or "Gold Folder," which is designed to assist you in responding to a student's disclosure of sexual assault, abuse in a relationship, or stalking. Sexual and relationship violence are issues that many students struggle with, although they often go unreported. In the event that a student discloses his/her experience(s) with you, please know that you are in a special position to act as a resource. The Gold Folder has been designed so that you can better act as a resource in a student's time of need. If you would like to order more Gold Folders, please email voice@gatech.edu.

Trainings and Opportunities

If you would like to request a sexual violence prevention and/or response training or program for your class, department, or an organization that you advise, please email voice@gatech.edu. To request a training on Title IX and reporting responsibilities, please contact Burns Newsome, the Title IX Coordinator.