Getting Help

Georgia Tech prides itself on the rigor of its academics and research as well as the strength and resilience of its students. As such, we are home to the best and the brightest students from around the country and the world. But even Tech students need help every now and then to achieve success - both academically and personally. And students who thrive here at Tech are often the ones who seek assistance early and maintain a balanced, healthy lifestyle.  

The Office of the Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students promotes development and involvement, and also provides advocacy, information, resources and referrals to help resolve concerns and address emergencies. The Office maintains a 24/7 emergency on-call system to respond to student emergencies – including medical and personal.

So if you or someone you know could benefit from a getting some help - whether that be  involvement in a student organization, letting some steam out at the CRC, or getting professional counseling services – check out the resources below. Our staff is committed to helping students thrive at Tech!

Counseling Center – The Counseling Center offers a full range of counseling and psychological services to help facilitate lifelong personal development, promote mental health, and assist students in preventing or reducing stress.

Disability Services – The Office of Disability Services helps ensure that students with documented disabilities receive the access and accommodations they need for a rich and engaging student experience.

Embark - Support for students who are homeless and/or current or former foster youth.

Klemis Kitchen - An organization created by Georgia Tech students that provides food to student who have financially had to put their education before nutrition.  Food is prepared by volunteers and stocked for student access.

LGBTQIA Resource Center – The LGBTQIA Resource Center provides education, support and advocacy to improve the quality of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex and asexual communities and allies.

Parents Program – No one makes it to college or through college without a support system, and parents and families play an integral and ongoing part in their student’s success.

Professional Attire: Campus Closet - If you are in need of formal apparel but can't afford to buy a suit; the Campus Closet is a great resource.  Thanks to donations, the Campus Closet has a collection of both men's and women's suits you can borrow.

Student Diversity Programs – The Office of Student Diversity Programs addresses the needs of underrepresented student populations through advocacy, education and outreach that engages and embraces all members of Tech’s diverse community.

Student Engagement – With more than 400 chartered student organizations on campus, teamwork and leadership are not just skills students develop for the future, but qualities they can begin putting into practice now. The Office of Student Engagement helps students develop their identities, build relationships, and promote social change.

Veterans Resource Center – Students who once served their country in uniform now have vast potential for continued service and success through higher education. The Veterans Resource Center supports Georgia Tech’s growing student veteran population to help them transition to and thrive in the academic arena.

VOICE- Victim-Survivor Advocates - VOICE is a campus wide initiative lead by Health Initiatives and a valued campus partner of the Division of Student Life. 

Women’s Resource Center –The Women’s Resource Center offers a wide range of programming on women’s issues and interests, helping them expand their networks, develop their leadership skills and come together for social and service events, and more.

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