The Office of International Safety and Security (OISS) is dedicated to aiding students, faculty and staff in preparation for global travel. This page provides tools to assist in travel awareness and readiness.
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Additional KSU Resources
Education Abroad Office (8am to 5pm EST):
Behavioral Response Team Red Flag Report:
KSU has created a Behavioral Response Team (BRT) that takes a planned approach to identifying and assisting individuals who are distressed and/or exhibiting abnormal, threatening, or dangerous behavior.
Please be advised that the BRT Red Flag Reporting system recognizes Eastern Standard Time, therefore you may be required to backdate your report in order to submit. If you encounter difficulties in submission, you can send your report directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Strategic Safety and Security/ERM
Strategic Security and Safety was created to enable succinct communication between all of the support departments traditionally charged with security / safety and the campus customers: students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Department of Strategic Safety and Security Resource Page
Ethics and Compliance Reporting:
This is the reporting feature for unethical behavior and policy violations and calls may remain anonymous.
Counseling and Psychological Services:
This resource is prepared to assist students of all ages, races, cultures, sexual orientations, and religious preferences to become more effective students and human beings and to help thousands of students become successful academically, professionally and socially at KSU.
Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery:
Mission: To enable, support and encourage young adult recovery and wellness by providing programs and engaging in collaborative research and education.
Women’s Resource and Interpersonal Violence Center:
The mission of the Women’s Resource and Interpersonal Violence Prevention Center is to enhance academic performance and empower members of the KSU community to reach their full potential by striving to create an inclusive, supportive, and violence free campus environment.
Office of Diversity and Inclusion:
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is charged with creating a welcoming, inclusive, and equitable learning and working community at Kennesaw State University.
Equal Opportunity and Title IX Officer:
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 was the first comprehensive federal law to prohibit sex discrimination against students and employees of educational institutions.
Reporting of Bias Motivated Incident:
This resource aims to track and address bias motivated incidents on or surrounding the Kennesaw State University Campus in an effort to engender a positive living, learning, and working environment for students, faculty, and staff.
770-423-6666 (emergencies) 770-423-6206 (non-emergencies)
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer and Questioning Resource Center:
The mission of this center is to provide a safe, supportive, and inclusive space where students of all gender identities, gender expressions, and sexual orientations can come to receive support, resources, and referrals in order to aid in the realization of their fullest potential as students, individuals, leaders, community members, and advocates.
Student Disability Services:
DSSS is the first contact for students with disabilities to arrange accommodations and locate campus and community resources.
Office of Victim Services:
Anonymous or confidential reporting options for incidents related to violence and assault.