The LGBTQIA Resource Center hosts campus partners in the Oasis, a private room in the Center, so that students can receive direct access to resources.
Please see our schedule for office hours in the fall semester below. Students do not need to make an appointment; just drop in and get the support and resources you need from professionals who are trained in working with the LGBTQIA community. All of our campus partners who hold office hours in the Oasis have completed Safe Space training and many have completed Trans 101 as well.
Let's Talk - Hosted by the Counseling Center
September 13: 10:00am-12pm
October 16: 10:00am-12pm
November 4: 10:00am-12pm
"Let's Talk" is a program that provides easy access to informal confidential consultations with Georgia Tech counselors. Speaking with a counselor at "Let's Talk" can provide insight, solutions, and referrals to other campus resources. Just walk in for an informal, friendly, and confidential consultation.
September 19: 11am-1pm
Health Initiatives offers free HIV testing to students, faculty, and staff. These testing events are not only about getting physically tested, but also creating a space for conversation around healthy relationships, safer sex, and the importance of making testing a part of your regular healthcare routine.
Episcopal Campus Missioner
September 24: 10am-12pm
October 22: 10am-12pm
November 26: 10am-12pm
Campus Missioner Kathryn Folk will be available to speak with students or employees regarding any faith-based questions. All are welcome to meet with Kathryn regardless of faith and/or spiritual practice or tradition. Kathryn provides a welcoming, affirming, judgment-free space for all LGBTQIA individuals.
Sergeant Gia Lockett-Hart, GTPD
September 25: 1-3pm
October 30: 1-3pm
November 27: 1-3pm
Sergeant Lockett-Hart is the LGBTQIA Resource Center's liaison with the GT Police Department. She will be available to have conversations with students as well as to answer any questions about services that GTPD provides.
September 26: 11am-1pm
October 10: 11am-1pm
October 24: 11am-1pm
November 7: 11am-1pm
December 5: 11am-1pm
VOICE in Health Initiatives provides support to victims and survivors of sexual violence and those supporting survivors. Drop in for a confidential meeting with VOICE Advocate Jennifer Gagen or Amanda Planchard if you or someone you care about is experiencing or has experienced sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and/or stalking.