Business Hours:

  • Counseling Center - Walk in to schedule an appointment on the 2nd floor of the Flag building (room 238). Provides emergency assessment and initial consultation for students with a variety of concerns from 8am-4:15pm.

  • Employee Assistance Program - (678)-616-TECH (8324)

  • Victim Survivor Advocates - (404) 385-4464 or (404) 385-4451

  • Stamps Health Services Psychiatry - Call 404-894-2585 to schedule an initial consultation.

After Hours:

  • The Counseling Center has an after-hours counselor who is on-call after regular business hours.  To request to speak to the counselor on-call, contact GTPD at (404) 894-2500. For non-urgent matters, please call during regular business hours (M-F 8 am-5 pm).
  • The Victim Survivor Advocates can be reached after hours by contacting GTPD at (404) 894-2500 and requesting to speak to the on-call advocate. 
  • Sexual Violence 24 hour information line - (404) 894-9000


In the event of a life threatening emergency, call 911.



The Office of Health & Well-Being is comprised of Health Iniatives, the Campus Recreation Complex, and Stamps Health Services.

Monthly Messsaging

April Monthly Challenge - Sexual Assault Awareness Month Pledge 

One in five women, and one in 17 men, experience sexual assault by the time they graduate from college. We are challenging all Georgia Tech students, faculty and staff to to share how you pledge to use your VOICE to end sexual violence on campus! We will be sharing some of these anonymous submissions with the Georgia Tech community in the year ahead.

Certified Healthy Departments

Certified Healthy Departments

Certified Healthy Departments was created to recognize departments at Georgia Tech that have demonstrated a commitment to fostering healthy lifestyle choices while at work. The application focuses on the 5 dimensions of well-being in a two-pronged approach: department leadership and department participation.

Employee Assistance Program

Georgia Tech has contracted with EAP Consultants, LLC to provide employees and their family members with a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP). All healthcare benefits eligible employees and their families have access to the program.

Go T.E.C.H

Go T.E.C.H. (Teams Encouraging Campus Health) is an initiative that involves the entire Georgia Tech  community in increasing awareness of health and wellness activities on our campus. By joining together we  can serve as a catalyst to develop healthy, balanced lifestyles for students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Healthy Space

Financial Advising

All students are able to participate in this pilot financial advising program, and schedule a half-hour appointment for free starting February 14, 2017. The sessions will provide confidential and individualized services for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Upcoming Events

  • Mar 13 to May 22

    Yoga for EveryBody

    FREE beginner’s yoga class for students, faculty and staff.

  • May 4-7

    Arena Pro Swim Series

    Several members of last summer’s Olympic Team, who prepped for the Rio Games in Atlanta, are expected to compete.

  • May 10

    Health & Well-Being Health Fair

    Faculty and Staff are invited to attend the Well-Being Health Fair on May 10 from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m.

  • May 10

    Well-Being Health Fair

    Faculty and Staff are invited to attend the Well-Being Health Fair on May 10 from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m.

  • May 11

    President's Campus Walk

    The annual President’s Campus Walk will take place on Thursday, May 11 at 4 p.m.