- Offers the services of licensed psychologists, psychology interns, and graduate psychology and counseling students
- Provides short-term, time-limited individual, group, couples, and career counseling
- Provides educational programming and consultation to campus groups and organizations; and is available to all currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students free of charge.
Counseling sessions are confidential. Students can arrange an appointment by stopping by the office in person during regular office hours to complete initial information forms. Students who have an emergency situation will be assisted by a staff member as quickly as possible. In the event of an emergency or crisis after hours during evenings and weekends, a counselor can be reached for telephone consultation by calling the center and following the directions on the voice message. The Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, and the pre-doctoral internship program is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
The Office of Disability Services collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create a campus environment that is usable, equitable, sustainable and inclusive of all members of the Georgia Tech community. Disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and Georgia Tech. If students encounter academic, physical, technological, or other barriers on campus, the Disability Services team is available to collaboratively find creative solutions and implement reasonable accommodations.
LGBTQIA Resource Center
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, and Ally Resource Center provides education, advocacy, and outreach to students of all gender and sexual identities. The Center offers a series of weekly discussion groups about gender and sexuality, a Safe Space Peer Education program, and a series of leadership opportunities for queer-identified students and allies. The Center is also a safe place for LGBTQIA students to go if they are seeking support or if they have questions or concerns about finding community at Tech, coming out, and understanding gender and sexual identities.
Students’ Temporary Assistance and Resources (STAR) is an organization that provides stability for students to pursue a fulfilling college experience. It does this by facilitating collaboration between organizations offering student support and increasing campus awareness of these programs. The five points of the star are food (Klemis Kitchen); finances (The Dean Griffin Hip Pocket Fund); clothing (Campus Closet); housing, and connections.
Veterans Resource Center
The Georgia Tech Veterans Resource Center promotes student learning and development and supports degree completion for students who are veterans, military, reservist, guard members, and dependents by providing comprehensive support services that enhance and compliment the academic experience. Through information sharing, referral services, outreach, and opportunities for involvement the Veterans Resource Center strives to provide a supportive and educational environment that fosters student success and achievement.
Women’s Resource Center
The mission of the Women’s Resource Center is to celebrate and advocate for the academic and personal success of women in a diverse campus community that is committed to being inclusive, supportive and empowering for the Georgia Tech community.. Throughout the year, the Women’s Resource Center provides programs of interest to women, such as the annual Women’s Leadership Conference, coffee talks, and Take Back the Night.
The center, located in Suite 131 of the Student Services Building, also works individually with women who may have experienced discrimination, harassment, stalking, or sexual violence. Students are invited to take leadership roles in programs and services through the center.