Serving the Georgia Tech Community for over 40 years

For the Fall 2021 semester, OMED will offer in-person student support and academic programs, resources and services. Students are able to access the Chapin Building (1st floor and 2nd floor student spaces) Monday - Thursday, from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m, and Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • For more details regarding specific program events and services (tutoring, AAMI,  Career Alliance, Edge, Peer-I-Scope, Achieve Atlanta, Transitions, and WOCI) please visit their respective websites. Quick links are available below.
  • For more details regarding staff in-person and virtual office hours, visit the "Meet the OMED Staff" page.
  • For more details regarding corporate engagement and partnerships, visit the "Corporate Engagement" page.


Student Emergency Aid Funding Distribution Plan

Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (HEERF III)

The HEERF III Student Aid funding totaling $14,177,162 will be distributed to eligible Georgia Tech students in accordance with the plan outlined below. The plan has been reviewed and approved by the University of Georgia and implementation will begin on August 23, 2021.

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AAMI (African-American Male Initiative) is a University System of Georgia initiative. At Georgia Tech, AAMI is designed around five dimensions of development: Purpose and Ambition, Identity Bonding, Mentoring and Modeling, Visionary Leadership, and Social Engagement. More

Academic Support

We are excited to announce that all in-person tutoring will resume Monday, August 30, 2021, with drop-in services available Monday - Thursday from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Please stay tuned for tutoring updates and additional hours of availability! More

Career Pathway

The Career Pathway program is designed to advance equity in employment and experiential learning opportunities for all Georgia Tech students.  More

Welcome Carnival

While enjoying food, fun, and music, students have the opportunity to engage OMED Academic Support Staff,  Edge leaders, student organizations, and others to help them quickly gain a diverse academic and social network. More


Challenge is OMED’s signature summer five-week academic residential program for incoming first-year students. More


Edge is a peer-mentoring program designed to support incoming students – both first time students and transfer – during their first year at Georgia Tech. More


Focus is one of the nation’s premier programs for raising awareness of graduate education. It is designed to attract highly skilled students who have historically been underrepresented in higher education and encourage them to pursue graduate degrees, hopefully at Georgia Tech.More

Graduate Student Resource Hub

The Graduate Student Resource Hub contains informative content for prospective and current graduate students.. More


OMED's newest peer collaborative to support Achieve Atlanta scholars (all years), 2nd-3rd year transfer students (particularly from HBCU's and community colleges), and graduate students. More


The Transitions program enables incoming graduate students and dual-degree/transfer students to learn about opportunities for engagement with OMED and its various initiatives. Hear from and network with current URM graduate students. More


OMED's Women of Color Initiative (WOCI) is aimed to enhance the advancement of women in industry, research, and higher education through targeted research-based strategies. WOCI also has a WOC City-wide Collaborative in Higher Education component which is a partnership with Emory, Georgia Tech, Spelman, and STEM Atlanta Women. More


Event Spotlight

Discrimination/Harassment Reporting- EthicsPoint confidential and secure reporting system, where our students can confidentially and anonymously report various student related matters, including discriminatory behavior/harassment.

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