The Ombuds Program — a confidential, neutral, informal, and independent conflict resolution and management resource — is available to assist any member of the Georgia Institute of Technology community seeking assistance.
A student complaint at Georgia Tech involves a problem or issue that may be academic or nonacademic and must be submitted in writing according to the student complaint matrix.
Prohibition of Retaliation
Attempts to intimidate or retaliate against a person for utilizing the Georgia Tech Ombudsman Program is contrary to the program's purpose and is unacceptable. Persons who make such attempts will be subject to disciplinary action.
Students who would like to speak confidentially about an experience of sexual harassment or abuse may contact VOICE Advocates Jennifer Gagen (Health Initiatives Suite 232, Stamps Health Services Building) or Amanda Planchard (Health Initiatives, Suite 232, Stamps Health Services). You can also visit voice.gatech.edu for more information.
Faculty members may contact the Faculty/Staff Assistance Program at 404.894.1225.