The New Year offers hope and potential for change, and meaningful change starts with small but impactful actions. These campus and Atlanta resources will help inspire you in 2022.
The Office of Health & Well-Being (HWB) and the Division of Student Life have come together to host three surveys examining a variety of mental health and well-being topics this spring.
The Campus Recreation Center (CRC) is gearing up for the fall semester with renovations, the annual maintenance week closure, and all staff training.
The Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend will impact the operational hours of Campus Services Departments like Dining, CRC, Student Center and more.
While the world was quarantined, Campus Services was hard at work implementing new services, building new facilities and preparing for the fall. Here are a few things you might have missed over the summer.
This month, ORGT turns fifty, and in those fifty years, the program has been a significant part of the campus experience of many Yellow Jackets.
Campus Services is an essential part of Georgia Tech, and its employees are the heartbeat of the Institute. Eight staff members are set to retire at the end of 2020 and start new chapters in their lives.
The new Division of Student Engagement and Well-Being is wrapping up Sustainability Month in October by highlighting several of its strategic initiatives that foster the goal of creating sustainable practices and programming with a focus on increasing wel