Virtual Events & Engagement Opportunities

student celebration week

New in 2020, the Division of Student Life and Institute Communications are collaborating to bring together unique student recognition ceremonies to create a cohesive Student Celebration Week! Visit the link to view all of the different events and celebrations happening April 20 - 23, 2020.


The Division of Student Life is here to serve you! Even though we are in a virtual academic environment, our offices and departments are open and virtually available to support all your needs! Below are each of the upcoming events and engagement opportunities. You can also reach any of our Division departments by phone, email or social media. 

 

Office of the Arts
  • Clough Student Art Crawl is Now Online
    Over 150 amazing works exploring the very timely theme of Identity, Community, and Belonging were selected for the spring Clough Student Art Crawl that opened on March 12. For those who were not able to view all of the pieces before we switched to distance learning, we have moved the exhibit online! We encourage you explore the incredible talents of Georgia Tech students and celebrate their creativity.
  • Express Yourself & Connect with a Virtual MURAL
    Georgia Tech Arts, in collaboration with Health Initiatives, has created a virtual MURAL for students, where you are free to share your thoughts, advice, photos, and artwork around different prompts. In this space, you have free creative expression and can add sticky notes, text, freeform doodles, stock images, videos, and upload photos as well. You can collaborate and create in real-time with your fellow classmates.
    • We remind students that you must adhere to Georgia Tech policies for student conduct when creating and sharing content. Also, please think of this as a public space and be careful about not sharing any personally identifiable information. There's no need to register to get started with MURAL.
    • Here's a little tutorial video with some tricks for unlocking the different features of MURAL.
 
Meet with Dean Ray
  • Dean Stephanie Ray will be hosting virtual office drop-in hours on Mondays from 1-3 pm. To visit with Dean Ray, join via this WebEx link, https://gatech.webex.com/meet/sr86

 
Disability Services
  • ODS Growth Group - weekly on Friday at noon
    • Open to all ODS registered students
    • More information or to RSVP (and recieve the BlueJeans link), email jcsmith@gatech.edu

 

Health Initiatives
  • Well-Being Weekly | Virtual 1-Hour Workshops (vist the program link to register)
 
LGBTQIA Resource Center
  • Q-Chats (via BlueJeans & GroupMe) contact camilla.brewer@studentlife.gatech.edu to RSVP
    • Women's | April 6 & 20 from 7:30 - 8:30 PM
    • Men's | April 7 & 21 from 6:00 - 7:00 PM
    • T+ Q | April 7 & 21 from 7:30 - 8:30 PM
    • QPOC | April 8  from 7:00 - 8:00 PM
    • Closed Circuit | April 7 & 21 from 7:00 - 8:00 PM
  • Coffee House - visit website and social media for BlueJeans links
    • Student | Tuesday, April 7 from 12:00 -1:00 PM
    • Employee | Tuesday, APril 14 from 12:00 - 1:00 PM
  • Office Hours (weekly)
    • Camilla Brewer | Tuesdays & Thursdays from 11AM - 1PM
    • Whitney McClain | Wednesdays from 11AM - 1PM
  • Lavender Awards | April 22
    • Part of Student Celebration Week, more information coming soon!
 
New Student & Transition Programs

FASET New Student Orientation

  • Dates vary depending on incoming student type
  • Students will register through their Admissions Portal for a specific FASET session and receive information about how to attend virtually before each session.
  • Registration closes on May 31 for incoming first-year students
  • More information: transitionprograms.gatech.edu

 

Veterans Resource Center
 
Women's Resource Center
  • Virtual Community Care Hours
    The WRC will be hosting virtual community care hours via WebEx during the listed days and times or by individual appointment. Feel free to drop-in to get your questions answered, locate resources, or find community in an open and affirming space. To set up an individual appointment, send us an email using the contact information below.
  • That's What She Reads
    All students, staff, and faculty are invited to join the Women's Resource Center every Thursday, from 11:00AM - 12:00PM for That's What She Reads, the WRC's first "book-less" literary club! We will be discussing articles, blogs, podcasts, and excerpts around topics impacting our lives, from identity and social equity to self-care and relationships. Readings and the virtual link to connect to the discussion will be posted to the Women's Resource Center website and Instagram account weekly!
  • Instagram: @GTWRC
    Follow us on Instagram to access even more content including our Weekly Motivational where we discuss all the things that are helping us THRIVE through the end of the semester as well as women's leadership and continual learning opportunities from community organizations! You can also check out our Take Back The Night highlight reels for survivor stories, resources, self-care, and ways to take action to end sexual violence.