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Office of Student Conduct

Greetings Armstrong and Liberty Campus Communities,

During your time on the Armstrong and Liberty Campuses of Georgia Southern University, you will be faced with a number of choices that could have a significant impact on your current and future experiences. We believe that students learn and grow from the choices they make. The Office of Student Integrity is here to serve as a guide on these choices. Through reflection and education on these choices, we can enhance the safe community where academic and personal success can occur. By ensuring our process is equitable, impartial, and consistent, we help ensure our students can advocate for themselves in a supportive environment that promotes respect for all. When students fall short of the expectations of the University, our office creates intentional opportunities for growth to help students:

1. Develop positive practices that impact their personal wellness
2. Provide students an opportunity to take responsibility for their choices and decisions
3. Gain information and insights on how their choices may affect others and their own future
4. Repair harms caused by their actions to another or their community

The Office of Student Conduct assists students, faculty, and staff beyond the enforcement of the Code. The Office of Student Conduct serves as a resource to students, faculty, and staff that may have questions about specific policies or about our Student Conduct process. We are also committed to creating transformative learning experiences through meaningful outreach and programming focusing on wellness, accountability, knowledge, and restoration. If there is a program or presentation that you would like to provide to your students or peers, please let us know!

Please use the information provided on the website to learn more about the Code of Student Conduct and the rights and responsibilities it outlines. If you may have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me.

Go Eagles!

Zwisel Gandia-Torres
Associate Dean of Students/Director of Student Conduct
Georgia Southern University