Community Resources:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-TALK (8255)
National Hopeline Network
Georgia Crisis & Access Line
Trans Lifeline
Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQIA community)

Grady Rape Crisis Center
Crisis Text Line
Text 741-741 when in crisis for a live, trained crisis counselor (national chat network providing online support)

Georgia Tech Resources:

GT Health and Well-being

Counseling Center

Hours: Monday- Friday 8AM-5PM

Location: Smithgall Student Services (Flag) Building Suite 238

Phone: 404-894-2575


After Hours: Call 404-894-2500 and ask for the 24/7 on call counselor

      • Free and confidential services
      • Appointments can be made by phone or in person
      • Emergency consultation and after-hours on-call counselor
      • Individual, group, and couples counseling for enrolled GT students for a range of concerns
      • Support Groups (social anxiety, grief and loss, women, men, queer, etc.)
      • Workshops
      • Community Workshops: Stress Management Series
      • Client Workshops: Life Skills
      • Assessments
      • Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
      • Learning Disorder (LD)
      • Counseling Center will help connect you with off campus resources

Tech Ends Suicide Together Initiative:

Peer Coaching:

      • Need some extra support? Feel like talking with someone who knows what it’s like to be a Tech student? Learn more about meeting one-on-one with a trained Peer Coach at

Stamps Student Health Center/Psychiatry

Medical Clinic Hours: Mon – Wed, 8-5 , Thurs – 9-5 , Fri – 8- 5

Online Reservations

Phone: 404-894-2584


Location: 275 Fifth Street, N.W; beside CRC

      • The Health Center is staffed by licensed physicians, registered nurses, medical and x-ray technologists, health educators and pharmacists.

Stamp’s Psychiatry:

      • To make an appointment call 404-894-2585
      • Can prescribe medication; 6 visits a year
      • Care coordinators will help refer students off campus as needed

Office of the Dean of Students

Location: Flag Building

Phone: 404-894-6367

Referral form

      • Faculty, staff, students, and parents may use the form to express a concern they may have for a student
      • The referral form can be found at the top bar of the Student Life website, by clicking on the tab “Referral Form”

Petition to the Faculty

Other Georgia Tech Resources:

Health Initiatives:

Open hours: Mon – Wed, Fri 8am – 5pm, Thurs 9am – 5pm

Phone: 404-894-9980


Location: 2nd Floor of Stamps Health Services

      • Health Promotion provides information and help in all the following areas: Nutrition, Alcohol and Other Drug Use, Tobacco Cessation, Fitness, Sexuality Issues, Sexual Assault Resources, and more.
      • Health Promotion has a dietician on staff that students can meet with for just $5.  Make an appointment to discuss healthy eating, gaining or losing weight, or general nutrition call


During business hours: 404-385-4464 or 404-385-4451

After Hours: 24/7 on call VOICE advocate 404-894-2500

24 Hour Info Line: 404-894-9000


      • Victim/Survivor Advocates
        • These trained individuals can assist with support, resources and academic accommodations.
        • Confidential Reporting Source
      • Confidential Reporting Form (CRF)  – ->  for any type of harassment

Campus Police

Location: 879 Hemphill Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Phone: 404-894-2500


      • 24/7 on call counselor and 24/7 on call VOICE advocate
      • Call GTPD ask for either and you will be connected
      • Good Samaritan – if a student needs help and you or they are intoxicated/under the influence of any drug call GTPD and neither of you will get in legal trouble for being in that condition
      • Request a Crime Prevention Class
      • Property & Bicycle Registration
      • Open Records Requests
      • Broken Down Car Assistance
      • Self Defense Classes

Women’s Resource Center

Open hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 4pm

Phone: 404-894-1434

Location: Second floor Student Health Center


      • STI Testing
      • Birth control consultations
      • Routine exams are provided by a women’s health nurse practitioner (gynecological exams)
      • They do provide “morning after” or emergency contraception and that this must be done on a walk-in basis either through Women’s Clinic or the walk-in system (triage) on the first floor for medical reasons.

LGBTQIA Resource Center

Phone: 404-385-2679

Location: Flag Building Suite 115A


      • Q Chats
        • Student Discussion Groups
        • Men’s group, women’s group, queer people of color group, and trans, gender non-conforming, and gender-questioning group
      • Safe Space Training
        • Equips students and employees with the knowledge and skills to support a peer who comes out to them and to be effective allies to LGBTQIA communities

Student Temporary Assistance and Resources (STAR)

Phone: 404-894-6367


      • Housing
        • Temporary housing available to students who become unexpectedly displaced or put under financial stres
      • Professional Attire
        • Campus Closet
      • Food
        • Klemis Kitchen (on campus free food for students in need)
      • Financial Support
        • Dean Griffin Hip Pocket Fund (interest free loans)

The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL):

Phone: 404-894-4474

Location: Tech Tower


      • Courses for graduate students on teaching, academic writing, presentation skills, oral and written language skills for international students
      • 1-1 consultations for developing teaching skills and for professional development

The Language Institute:

Phone: 404-894-2425

      • Helps international students improve their English proficiency

Office of International Education:

Phone: 404-894-7475

Location: Savant Building


      • International Student & Scholar Services
      • Assists students who are F-1 and J-1 Visa holders

Office of Minority Education & Development (OMED)

Phone: 404-894-3959

Location: Chapin Building


      • Offers a variety of programs to provide academic and social support to minority students

Office of Disability Services(ADAPTS):

Phone: 404-894-2563

Location: Flag Building


      • Ensures equal access to institutional programs and services for students with disabilities

Employee Assistance Program:

Phone: 678-616-TECH (8324)

      • All healthcare benefits eligible employees and their families have access to the program
      • Services are free and confidential, within the bounds of the law. The EAP is available 24/7/365 and to see the list of services it provides go to

Communications Center:

Location: Clough Room 247


      • Helps students improve writing skills and gives advice regarding class projects, job and graduate school applications, resumes, etc. Tutors include faculty and peers.
      • Reserve 30 minute sessions here:

Academic Resources: