It is important to be aware of your online data. We encourage you to be proactive in protecting and managing your online presence and privacy. 

Below are resources and steps you and your student organization can take to help safeguard your information.

In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1973 (FERPA), Emory University allows the release of directory information without the student's consent unless the student specifically blocks that release through the completion of the Information Suppression/Release form.

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As part of your profile in the HUB, you can set and change your privacy settings for organizations that list you as a member.

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Emory Police Department (EPD) is committed to fostering a safe and inclusive campus for everyone. If you have a safety concern or need assistance on campus, contact EPD by phone, text, email, or the Emory Safe app. EPD is available 24/7.

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You can also follow @EmoryPolice on Facebook, Instagram, and X (formerly Twitter).

Additional Resources:

If you receive a suspicious email requesting money or other services, use the "Report Phishing" button in Outlook or report the incident to Emory Enterprise Security at


Students can report behavior that violates varies social media platforms’ policies within the platform itself.


If you are experiencing threatening behavior or harassment, you can also utilize the following Emory resources for support.

Emory Police Department (EPD)

Office of Respect
Sexual assault, interpersonal violence advocacy and support

Bias Support Services
The Bias Support Services Office (BSS) is committed to upholding our vision of inclusivity and fairness. Their mission is to confront biases and transform them into catalysts for personal and collective growth and understanding, fostering a community that values diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and identities. Emory community members may report instances of bias here

The following are external links to useful resources:

Dedoxing Yourself
(Learn how to manage the information that is available about you online.)

Combatting Online Abuse
(Learn more about how to fight against online abuse and creating safer, more equitable and free online spaces.)

Creating a caring, student-centered campus environment that supports students' learning, well-being and sense of belonging and purpose is a campus-wide responsibility. We each have a role to play. Caring faculty and staff can be of great assistance to students who feel overwhelmed and need support. 

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