New Student Resources

Welcome to Georgia Tech! Below are a variety of resources SGA compiled to help anybody new to Georgia Tech.

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Academic Resources

Campus Resources
COVID-19 Guidelines
  • Find a vaccination site near you:
  • CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs
  • COVID-19 Testing at GT
    • Asymptomatic Testing can be found at various locations across campus. Information about the testing sites is located on this testing page. Asymptomatic testing consists of a saliva-based test, with results coming in 48-72 hours
    • Symptomatic testing occurs in the Stamps Health Services building. To sign up for symptomatic testing, visit this testing page for more information
  • Latest COVID-19 Health Guidelines at GT
    • Information about COVID-19 and the latest health guidelines at GT are updated on this page. This includes information about information about campus operations regarding COVID-19, coronavirus testing on campus, and about the vaccines & distribution on campus.
Mental Health Resources
Sexual and Domestic Violence Resources
  • Information about VOICE can be found here
    1. You can schedule a meeting with VOICE Advocates, 24/7, to receive support
    2. Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Support
    3. 8:00am-5:00pm Mondays – Fridays
    4. Call (404) 385-4464 or (404) 385-4451 during these hours for support
    5. After hours: Call GTPD at (404)-894-2500 and ask for VOICE Advocate
  • Title IX Office
Well-being Resources on Campus
  • Center for Assessment, Referral, and Education (CARE)
    • First point of contact to receive well-being services at GT CARE. CARE will conduct an evaluation, and based on your needs, will refer you to the appropriate resource center. This includes the Counseling Center, Psychiatry, an off-campus center, etc. 
    • Walk-in services are offered from 8am – 4pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and from 9am – 4pm on Tuesdays. CARE is located on the first floor of the Smithgall Student Services Building (Flag Building)
    • Call GT CARE at (404) 894-3498
  • Georgia Tech Counseling Center
    • The Counseling Center is open from 8am – 5pm on Monday – Friday
    • For after-hour care (outside of regular business hours), dial the number below or CARE’s number and ask for the after-hours counselor
    • You may also call GTPD if necessary at (404) 894-2500
    • The Counseling Center offers a variety of free, short-term resources and services including individual and group counseling, couples’ counseling, etc. You can read about the services here
    • Call the Counseling Center at (404) 894-2575
  • Health Initiatives
    • Health Initiatives provides a variety of free services to students
    • Health Educators
    • Nutritionists
  • Stamps Health Services
    • Stamps offers a variety of services including Primary Care, Allergies/Immunizations, Psychiatry, Women’s Health, and Pharmacy. You can read about the services on the Stamps website under the Health Services dropdown menu. Most of these services are covered by the Student Health Fee. 
  • Stamps Psychiatry
    • Before seeking Psychiatry services, you must visit GT CARE. Scheduling is done via phone.
    • Call (404) 894-2585 to schedule an appointment or visit Stamps Health Services. 
  • Women’s Health
    • Provides a variety of services, including sexual health services. Information on services can be found on the Women’s Health website. 
  • Women’s Resource Center (WRC)
  • Veteran’s Resource Center
  • LGBTQIA Resource Center

Find more resources at the official New Student Resource Guide

Updates from SGA