Academic Advising

Each student in the School of Architecture has access to academic advisors and faculty mentors who can assist students in identifying their individual academic interests and establishing professional, scholarly, and career objectives.

The School of Architecture’s administrative team includes two academic advisors to guide, encourage and support students in the pursuit of their educational and professional goals. They provide information about, and facilitate access to, the breadth of student resources available in the School of Architecture, College of Design, and Georgia Tech.

The academic advisors are readily available to consult for recruitment and admissions, and provide routine advisement for curricular requirements, course registration, and student support services. They also maintain student records and process institutional forms, including student petitions and special requests. The School of Architecture Chair and Associate Chair are available to all students to assist in resolving any issues that cannot be adequately addressed by the advising team.

Architecture students are encouraged to meet with an advisor for any questions or concerns about their academic progress. Advising is required for incoming freshmen, graduating seniors, and students who are not in good academic standing.

To schedule an advising appointment, please contact Robin Tucker or Shaunitra Wisdom.

Academic Advising Resources

The most successful advising sessions include students who arrive to their appointments prepared and informed. The links below are provided to help students navigate their academic journey.

 

 

  • Success at Tech provides a network of support including academic coaching, tutoring, and peer-led study groups.
  • The Division of Student Life has easy links to student support programs, including the Counseling Center, Disability Services, LGBTQIA Resource Center, the Veterans Resource Center, Women's Resource Center, and the Dean of Students.
  • GT Advising provides helpful information on communicating with faculty, study strategies, test preparation and more
  • Campus Career Center assists with career counseling, job search advice, co-op and internship info, salary calculator tools, etc.
  • Office of International Education provides resources for International students, and information on study abroad, exchange programs, and other international education opportunities.
  • Office of the Dean of Students provides a number of services to assist students with medical and personal emergencies.
  • Office of Disability Services assists students with disabilities obtain the accommodations and services they require.
  • Office of Financial Aid assists with questions about Hope, Zell, scholarships, student loans, financing school, etc.
  • STAR Services: Emergency assistance for basic needs like food, clothing, shelter

Student Counseling

The Georgia Tech Counseling Center offers a full range of counseling and psychological services provided by counseling professionals to facilitate students’ personal development, assist in the alleviation, remediation, and prevention of distress, and provide services that help students develop self-awareness, self-reliance, and self-confidence.

The center also provides individual and group counseling and psychotherapy, as well as a number of ongoing psycho-educational offerings, including relaxation/stress management workshops and support groups. Workshops and groups are open to all Tech students. After-hours crisis counseling is available 24-hours a day and 7 days a week while school is in session by calling 404-894-2575. 

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