View of Tech Tower from the Chroma terrace Crossland.

Health and Wellness

The Center for Mental Health Care & Resources is the primary resource for mental health support and counseling at Georgia Tech.  They also provide individual and group counseling for LGBTQIA students. 

Many of the staff in GT Wellness Empowerment Center have completed Safe Space and are advocates for LGBTQIA communities at Tech. Their Victim-Survivor Advocates (VOICE) are experienced in providing LGBTQIA-sensitive care and support to survivors of sexual and relationship violence.

The Women's Health 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

Intercultural Programs provides an institutionalized approach for meeting the co-curricular needs of students by coordinating and planning educational opportunities that enhance interaction and learning across groups.

The Women's Resource Center staff provide a welcoming and inclusive space for our students and employees. They also partner with the LGBTQIA Resource Center on programs that support an array of students. 

The Office of International Education provides resources on their website for LGBTQIA students who are considering studying abroad.

Campus Ministries

Grace House is home to Georgia Tech's Lutheran and Episcopalian ministries. Campus Pastor and Executive Director, Pastor Andrew Rickel, has completed Safe Space and is committed to creating a welcoming environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. 

Academic and Professional Resources

The Career Center works closely with the LGBTQIA Resource Center to provide drop-in resume services, panel discussions on LGBTQIA identity in the workplace, and collaborates on Out @ Work programs.