The mission of the Georgia Tech Counseling Center is to enhance the academic and personal experience and success of all students by providing a variety of counseling and psychological services to students and the greater campus community.
Home of the Office of the Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students, the Division of Student Life provides a number of services to assist students with personal and medial emergencies. There is an emergency “Dean on Call” at all times to assist students in need. In the event of an after-hours emergency, individuals should contact the Georgia Tech Police Department at (404) 894-2500 and request that the “Dean on Call” be contacted.
The Georgia Tech Psychiatry Clinic is located in Stamps Health Services and sees students, spouses of students and Language Institute students. No walk-in appointments are available. Six psychologists and 2 case managers are available for appointments. Please call 404-894-2585 to make an appointment.
Victim-Survivor Advocates can help you file a confidential reporting form (CRF) and provide information about additional reporting options on and off campus. Advocates are available to speak with students confidentially about their experience and are located in the Smithgall Student Services Building and within Stamps Health Services.
The Counseling Center’s Peer Coaching Program trains Tech students to provide one-on-one support and education to their peers and offers Peer Coaches ongoing supervision in the provision of these services. Students serving as Peer Coaches are trained to assist students in identifying and accomplishing specific academic, social or other personal goals.
UNITED is a student-driven initiative and creation that serves as a platform to bring all the resources and information related to mental health at Georgia Tech under one portal. If you are worried about a friend, be brave enough to help them find the help they need. We know Tech can be tough, but together Tech students are tougher.