We are fortunate to have many wonderful campus partners who are committed to LGBTQIA inclusion and providing a supportive and welcoming space for students of all genders and sexual orientations. Check out their sites by clicking the links below.
Health and Wellness
The Georgia Tech Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling for LGBTQIA students.
Many of the staff in Health Initiatives at Georgia Tech have completed Safe Space and Trans 101 training, including our Dietician and Health Educators, and all of them love working with our LGBTQIA communities!
Our Victim-Survivor Advocates have completed Safe Space and Trans 101 training, and are experienced in providing LGBTQIA-sensitive care and support to survivors of sexual and relationship violence.
The Women's Clinic in Stamps Health Services provides sensitive and informed care to students who identify as trans men or transmasculine. Trans students can request that their patient record be updated with their chosen name and pronouns.
Diversity Programs and Offices
The Office of Student Diversity Programs staff are both Safe Space facilitators, and their events throughout the year incorporate LGBTQIA issues and perspectives.
Institute Diversity partners with the Center on initiatives that impact and promote LGBTQIA inclusion among students and employees.
The Women's Resource Center staff have completed Safe Space and Trans 101 training, and they provide a welcoming and inclusive space for our LGBTQIA students and employees. They also partner with the LGBTQIA Resource Center on programs that support queer and trans women.
The Office of International Education provides resources on their website for LGBTQIA students who are considering studying abroad, and they also partner with the Center to host an annual Study Abroad Workshop.
The Wesley Foundation at Georgia Tech has a long history of welcoming LGBTQIA members and incorporating discussions about LGBTQIA issues into its programs and outreach. The Wesley Foundation also co-sponsors the LGBTQIA Interfaith Lunch and Learn series with the Center every semester and has previously hosted the God and the Gay Christian Reading Group. LGBTQIA members participate fully in all areas of the Wesley Foundation's programs, with several holding leadership roles as faculty advisor, student president, and program staff.
Grace House is home to Georgia Tech's Lutheran and Episcopalian ministries. Both Pastor Devin Strong and Campus Missioner Kathryn Folk have completed Safe Space training and are committed to creating a welcoming environment for all, including LGBTQIA people.
Academic and Professional Resources
In April 2014, the Center for Career Discovery and Development received the Out for Work gold certification which indicates that staff members of the CCDD have delivered programs to LGBTQ organizations on the Tech campus, and that they individual students in career counseling and interview preparation activities.