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During Winter Break, the Center will follow the schedule listed below, with the exception of days where the campus is closed. Post-Winter Break, Tegra and Camilla will resume regular hours. You can connect with them as outlined below.
Meeting with Tegra, Director
Meetings with Tegra can be scheduled remotely or in-person. Remote meetings can occur any day of the week. Tegra will be working on-campus Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays and available these days for in-person meetings. To schedule an appointment, send them an email at the contact information listed below.
Meeting with Camilla, Coordinator
Camilla Brewer will only be available for remote meetings via phone or bluejeans. To schedule an appointment, send her an email at the contact information listed below.
Contact Information for LGBTQIA Resource Center Staff:
As Georgia Tech takes measures to reduce the spread of Covid-19, the LGBTQIA Resource Center will be closed for drop-ins and staff will be working a staggered remote/on-campus work schedule. We will be closely following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Georgia Department of Health to practice social distancing, provide health education to our students, and practice effective workplace hygiene as protection from contracting and spreading COVID-19.
For the most up to date information on Georgia Tech’s Covid-19 response, please visit http://health.gatech.edu/coronavirus.
Student Emergency Fund
The Division of Student Life and the Alumni Association are partnering to collect and distribute emergency funding through the Georgia Tech Parents Fund and Roll Call to support students in need.
This fund has been established to support Tech students who have a demonstrated financial need related to the COVID-19 crisis and campus closures. Funding is available to all enrolled Georgia Tech students and can be used to alleviate financial challenges resulting from the current public health crisis, including travel assistance, housing assistance, medical expenses, moving costs, financial support, food insecurity, and much more.