The Communication Center supports undergraduate and graduate students from the Georgia Tech community with communication skills and projects related to their classes, careers, and civic and community lives. As an inclusive resource, the center welcomes students of all identities, languages, and ability levels.
Trained consultants can help students with everything from their multimodal projects for English 1101 and English 1102 to graduate school applications, from engineering and science reports to team presentations, from storyboards for videos to poster designs, from grant proposals to cover letters and resumes.
What We Offer
Some of the ways we work to support our student community include:
1. One-on-one consulting and tutoring related to writing and communication for different purposes, and across different modes, from brainstorming to polishing. Choose from in-person, Zoom, and Written (Asynchronous) Feedback. To make an appointment, please visit our Appointments Page.
2. Group Appointments with a consultant for group project feedback. Please note that you currently cannot sign up for a group appointment with our appointment scheduling system. For group appointments, we ask that you reach out directly via email to request your group appointment. For directions, please see the Appointments page.
3. Events that focus on specific student needs, including developing professional materials, writing accountability, thesis and dissertation writing, etc. For more, please visit our Other Services menu.
4. Access to our Rehearsal Rooms, open to students looking to practice speeches and presentations; these rooms may be accompanied by an appointment with a consultant or reserved for practice with a group. For more, please visit the Rehearsal Rooms page.
5. Tours and class visits to familiarize classes with the benefits of the Communication Center.
"At the Communication Center, students from all disciplines at Georgia Tech work with consultants with expertise in core areas of communication. From consultants, students learn both conventional and innovative techniques of communication and diverse strategies for effectively conveying ideas. Students collaborate with consultants to improve upon defining, realizing, and relaying their own interests and needs as communicators. By talking with consultants about such aspects as the audience, format, medium, and style of their projects, students further develop their written, oral, visual, electronic, and non-verbal communication skills."