The Illinois Legislature Public Act 095-0881: The Campus Security Enhancement Act of 2008 and Governors State University recognized the need to provide assistance to university community members in stressful or threatening situations. Based on evidence and research into campus tragedies, GSU has decided to take a hands-on, holistic approach to ensure that tools are in place to reduce risks related to campus violence through the Campus Threat Assessment Team.

To help in our efforts to ensure the safety of the campus community, please report all concerning behaviors that are potentially threatening, harmful to self or others, or disruptive to the university's mission.

  • Mission


    The Campus Threat Assessment Team is committed to providing a safe conducive educational environment through identifying and assessing behaviors that are believed to be a threat to the safety and well-being of the campus community.

  • How to Report



    A Red Flag Report is completed by an individual (student, faculty or staff member) who observes behaviors that may be potentially disruptive to the safety and well--being of the GSU community. The report is completed online and submitted to the Campus Threat Assessment Team

     To submit a report please click on the red flag, or to learn more about the CTAT please visit us in the portal.

    CTAT - Red Flag Click on the Red Flag to submit a Report

  • Emergency Resources


    Emergency Contacts

     Emergency: 911

    GSU Resources

    • Office of the Dean of Students: 708.235.7595
    • Department of Public Safety: 708.534.4900
    • Student Counseling Center: 708.235.7334
    • Community Member Counseling Lab: 708.534.4545
    • Student Disability Services: 708.235.3968
    • Department of Human Resources: 708.534.4100

    • Additional Resources


      To learn more about GSU's CTAT please log into the MyGSU portal.