Offices and Resources at Tech

Georgia Tech has a lot to offer students in terms of resources. Look below for just some of these resources. If what you are looking for is not found below (or you want more information about something you see below), then please contact me or come by the office!

Disability Services This office helps ensure that students with documented disabilities receive the access and accommodations needed. For both temporary and recurring accommodations.
Financial Aid Connect with the Financial Aid Office here.
Hope and Zell Miller information (per the Financial Aid office)
Bursar’s Office Pay outstanding balances here.
Academic Support Options

CoC Tutoring

Tutoring in the CoC.

CoC Academic Coaching

Academic Coaching in the CoC

Student Success Center

Campus academic support center which provides tutoring, academic coaching, workshops, and other academic assistance.

Learning Assistance Program

Academic support located within campus resident housing.

CoC Care Counselor Contact Scott La Salle if you would like to speak to a counselor. He is located in CoC 149c.
Career Services Options

CoC Career Services

Career Development in the CoC.

Campus Career Services

Campus wide career development.

GT Alumni Association

Connect, network, and participate with GT alumni.

Study Abroad

CoC Study Abroad

In-house study abroad resources for CoC Students.

Office of International Education

Campus Wide study abroad resources for CoC students.

Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion

Office of Minority Education (OMED)

Services the entire Georgia Tech student body with a focus on historically underrepresented student populations.

Center for the Study of Women, Science and Technology (WST)

Promotes the recruitment, retention, and advancement of female students and faculty in science, technology, engineering and, math (STEM) fields.

Office of Hispanic Initiatives (OHI)

Provides programs and pathways to success for the Hispanic/Latino community at Georgia Tech, primarily current and prospective students and their families, faculty, and staff.

Impact Living-Learning Community (LLC)

Open to all first-year students who are interested in exploring issues of diversity, social good, community engagement, and sustainability.

GT Library Homepage for the library at Georgia Tech
Civic Engagement Promotes global awareness to nurture the development of responsible citizens who are committed to building community in a complex and diverse world. Programs include Alternative Service Breaks, Jumpstart, MLK Day of Service, and EngageATL.
Leadership Development and Education The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program offers a thoughtful and intentional series of academic, and co-curricular activities to help students prepare for leadership in a rapidly evolving global society.
LGBTQIA Resource Center This center coordinates a range of programs and events throughout the year aimed at educating the community about LGBTQIA issues, providing safe spaces, to build community and explore their identities, and facilitating conversations about LGBTQIA diversity, equity and inclusion
New Student and Transition Programs Freshman? Transfer? New Student and Transition programs (NSTP) has you covered!
On-Campus Student Organizations Promotes and strengthens student involvement and engagement through leadership development opportunities within more than 500 student organizations.
Veterans Resource Center The Veterans Resource Center supports Georgia Tech’s growing student veteran population to transition and thrive in the academic arena. The center strives to foster an environment where student veterans will make the most of their academic and non-academic experiences.
Women’s Resource Center The Women’s Resource Center serves the needs and interests of female students, faculty and staff at Georgia Tech as well as promoting understanding among Georgia Tech’s diverse community of men and women.