Student Life News

  • Celebrating Pride Month

    June is designated Pride Month for the LGBTQIA community to celebrate culture and community.

  • VOICE Team Expands On-Call Services With RAINN

    VOICE, Georgia Tech’s sexual violence prevention and victim-survivor support program, has been available 24/7 for several years. They are now expanding their services by partnering with RAINN, a national sexual assault hotline service with trained staff that will provide additional service to the Georgia Tech community. This expansion centralizes the support service to a single phone number (404.894.9000) instead of calling one number during the day and the Georgia Tech Police Department (GTPD) after hours.

  • Student Emergency Fund Closing

    For the last two years Georgia Tech has worked to distribute emergency funding to students through the Student Emergency Fund.   It is now closing due to lack of funds.

  • Winter Student Organizations Fair

    This February, the Winter Student Organizations Fair will feature 140 of Georgia Tech’s Registered Student Organizations and provide an easy way for interested students to connect with activities on campus.

  • Food Project Making an Impact on Campus and Beyond

    Progress and service are two constants that guide Georgia Tech’s Campus Kitchens Project in providing support and sustainable food options for our community.

  • Georgia Tech Launches First-Year Mental Health Education

    Georgia Tech is offering a mental well-being module for incoming first-year students for the first time. This evidence-based online module is a new requirement for all incoming first-year students, along with AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention. Georgia Tech has partnered with EverFi, whose mission is to help students address critical life matters in higher education institutions across the country.

  • For the Greater Good: Tech Community Supports Good Samaritan Health Center

    Forty of Good Sam’s helpline volunteers have been Georgia Tech students, making up much of the volunteer pool throughout the year.

  • Make This Sustainably-built Sculpture Part of Your Earth Day Celebrations

    Visit "Chip Off the Ole Block" on the EcoCommons

  • Student Celebration Week: Keeping Tradition Alive

  • Live Music Kicks Off the Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series

    Georgia Tech Arts moves outdoors this spring!

    Have you seen what’s going on at the W21 parking lot, across from the Kendeda Building? After a year of limited arts performances on campus, Georgia Tech Arts is excited to roll out the 'green turf' carpet as we get ready to welcome a months-long series of performances on the Skyline Stage!