Division of Student Life
Promotes student participation in activities that help build an appreciation for cultural diversity, communication and leadership skills, citizenship, self-discipline, self-understanding, self-confidence, and personal and professional goals and values.
Office of the VP for Student Engagement & Well-Being and Brandt-Fritz Dean of Students Chair
Promotes student involvement, academic success, personal growth, and community development by
- getting students’ questions answered and problems solved;
- helping students cope with unexpected life emergencies that may affect academic performance, such as contacting faculty about a death in the family, and advising on withdrawal from school or getting an Incomplete;
- promoting community standards of conduct; and
- advising students in making complaints of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct.
Office of the Arts
As Georgia Tech’s campus arts venue, the Ferst Center for the Arts is alive with performances, lectures, and events year-round. The Ferst Center programs a season of professional music, dance, and comedy, with Georgia Tech student prices ranging from free to $15 per show.
Free arts education experiences, often exclusively for Tech students, are offered in conjunction with many of the season shows. Concerts by the Georgia Tech music department and many other student-produced shows also are held at the center.
The Ferst Center also houses the James E. Dull Theatre, a student-run black box theater that is home to Drama Tech, and the Richards and Westbrook art galleries