First-Year Experience
Georgia Southern University

Sex Signals Requirement

Sex Signals,  or an alternate written assignment is required for all first-year students. This 90-minute program is about communication, relationships and sexual assault. There is some explicit sexual language and material in this program that students should be made aware of before attending. Students should be made aware of the content of this program and given an alternate assignment should they feel uncomfortable attending. For faculty convenience, Dr. Jodi Caldwell has created an alternate assignment that can be given to students who do not wish to attend.

Sex Signals is offered ten times each fall. Students can view the dates and times by going to the FYE Success Series webpage.  Because Sex Signals or an alternate assignment is required for all freshmen, it is important that students arrive at least 15 minutes early in order to get a seat. Students should consider identifying two times when they can attend in case one showing is full. Organizers will not allow students to enter after the program begins.

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