The University considers the safety and well-being of these non-student minors while on campus immensely important. Accordingly, this Programs Serving Non-Student Minors Policy sets forth certain operational standards for the activities described herein, in compliance with the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Policy 6.9 (“Programs Serving Minors”).
All Sponsored and Hosted Programs must register annually and complete annual calendar year training (offered in the Fall for the following calendar year) with the Office of Insurance & Risk Management.
- Program directors of sponsored programs must complete the Program Checklist and submit to the Department of Insurance & Risk Management as verification of compliance. If you have any questions with compliance requirements, please review the Minors on Campus Policy FAQs and contact the Director of Insurance & Risk Management.
- It is the responsibility of program directors to ensure background checks are completed for all staff and volunteers working in the Program.
- All incidents must be reported to the Department of Insurance & Risk Management immediately. The Code of Conduct is to be reviewed and signed by each staff member and volunteer. Please see GSU Atrial Defibrillator Locations.
- Structured Volunteer Program Policy and Volunteer Registration and Agreement
Mandated Reporter Training
All Sponsored programs that have minors In a laboratory will need to comply with the Minors In Lab Policy.
It is also required that employees all organizations serving non-student minors complete an online “Recognizing and Reporting Suspected Child Abuse” training module.
Please Note: The recognizing and Reporting Suspected Child Abuse training link above is for GSU Sponsored Programs only, not host programs. You can also report suspected child abuse at 1-855-GA-CHILD (422-2253).