The Division departments and the Office of the Vice President and Dean of Students assists students in the resolution of problems, provides information about, and referral to campus resources, and promotes initiatives that address students’ needs and interests.
Center for Assessment, Referral and Education (CARE)
The Center for Assessment, Referral and Education (CARE) is Georgia Tech's resource for a primary assessment and referral to on and off campus mental health and well-being resources.
Promotes global awareness to nurture the development of responsible citizens who are committed to building community in a complex and diverse world. Programs include Alternative Service Breaks, Jumpstart, MLK Day of Service, and EngageATL.
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 for currently enrolled Georgia Tech students.
Development and the Parents Fund
The Office of Development for Student Life helps ensure that Georgia Tech students continue to benefit from an active campus environment through cultivating financial support for student programs, organizations and activities.
This office helps ensure that students with documented disabilities receive the access and accommodations needed for a rich and engaging student experience.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life helps Georgia Tech Greek organizations and their members thrive by providing a comprehensive range of leadership, administrative and governance support.
Georgia Tech Arts
Georgia Tech Arts weaves art into the learning and research of students and faculty across the Institute and invites the entire community to join in these encounters. Through a blend of professional performances, exhibitions, installations, residencies, and support for student and faculty ideas, Georgia Tech Arts places art at the epicenter of supporting the Strategic Objectives of the entire Institute.
Health Initiatives provides upstream, innovative, and relevant programs, services and initiatives to help students and employees thrive. The team creatively designs prevention and education efforts to promote, nurture, and enrich the Georgia Tech community of health, well-being, and caring. Services include health and well-being educational programs, events and workshops, nutrition counseling, and sexual violence prevention, education and response.
Leadership Education & Development
The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program offers a thoughtful and intentional series of academic, and co-curricular activities to help students prepare for leadership in a rapidly evolving global society.
LGBTQIA Resource Center
This center coordinates a range of programs and events throughout the year aimed at educating the community about LGBTQIA issues, providing safe spaces, to build community and explore their identities, and facilitating conversations about LGBTQIA diversity, equity and inclusion.
New Student and Transition Programs
This office coordinates a variety of programs and services to support the orientation, transition, and academic success of new students. New Student & Transition Programs (NSTP) offers a combination of valuable information, community building activities, time-honored Georgia Tech traditions, and leadership opportunities.
Parent & Family Programs
Parent & Family Programs helps families stay connected to their students through helpful resources, involvement opportunities, and timely information so families can share in this exciting and important time in their student's life. Annual events include: Sibs Day in the Spring and Family Weekend in the Fall of each year.
Research and Assessment
The Office of Research and Assessment continuously collects, analyzes, interprets and reports data for the purpose of improving departmental programs and services. Results are used to inform data-based decision-making and demonstrate evidence of institutional effectiveness.
Student Diversity Programs
The Office of Student Diversity Programs furthers Georgia Tech's strategic commitment to inclusive excellence by offering educational and co-curricular opportunities that enhance interaction and learning across diverse groups.
The Office of Student Integrity helps ensure that the standards of excellence are upheld through education and adjudication.
The Office of Student Media helps students communicate both within the campus and to the larger community while gaining real-world experience in journalism and creative skills. Student organizations include: The Technique, The Blueprint, The North Avenue Review, The T-Book, Erato Magazine, WREK-Atlanta 91.1FM, and The Tower.
Student Organization Finance Office
The Student Organization Finance Office (SOFO) plays an integral role in helping more than 400 chartered student organizations and the Student Government Association with financial administration and accounting.
Promotes and strengthens student involvement and engagement through leadership development opportunities within more than 500 student organizations.
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center supports Georgia Tech's growing student veteran population to transition and thrive in the academic arena. The center strives to foster an environment where student veterans will make the most of their academic and non-academic experiences.
Women's Resource Center
The Women's Resource Center serves the needs and interests of female students, faculty and staff at Georgia Tech as well as promoting understanding among Georgia Tech's diverse community of men and women.