For Students

Steps to take if you have been assaulted:

1. Find a safe environment

Get yourself to your home, friend’s home, friend’s office…

2. Get medical attention immediately

Your options include:

  • Grady Rape Crisis Center: for a medical and/or forensic exam
  • Women’s Clinic in Stamps Health Services: for a medical exam and STI testing

A Victim-Survivor Advocate from VOICE can accompany you to any of these.

3. Preserve Evidence

You don’t have to report the crime to have an exam, but the exam allows you to have evidence collected and stored should you decide to report at a later time.

4. Consider Reporting

Some resources include:

ResourcePhone NumberWebsite
Women’s Resource Center (WRC)404-385-0230
GT Police Department (GTPD)404-894-2500
Dean of Students404-894-6367
Women’s Health Clinic404-894-1434
Health Initiatives – Victim Survivor Support404-894-9980
Georgia Tech Counseling Center404-894-2575 
Stamps Health Services404-894-1420
GT Sexual Assault Info Line404-894-9000
Center for Assessment, Referral and Education404-894-3498
GT LGBTQIA Resource Center 404-385-4780
VOICE: Sexual Violence Prevention & Victim – Survivor Support8am to 5pm Monday – Friday: 404-385-4464 or 404-385-4451 

24 Hour Info Line: 404-894-9000

After hours: Call GT Police (404-894-2500) and ask to speak to the VOICE on-call advocate
Title IX Coordinator – Chris Griffin

Submit a Title IX Report
(404) 385-5583

5. Consider seeking support from an advocate or counselor
  • VOICE Advocates in Health Initiatives (404-894-9000)
  • Georgia Tech Counseling (CARE): (404-894-3498)
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline, operated by RAINN, for free and confidential counseling 24 hours a day (1-800-656-4673)