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The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion was founded to expand access to pathways to success for underrepresented minority and women students on campus. In doing so, we can better serve the more than 4,000 students who benefit from our programs and increase our capacity to serve even more students that call Georgia Tech home.
— S. Gordon Moore Jr., Executive Director for the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion

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Office of Hispanic Initiatives (OHI)

Provides programs and pathways to success for the Hispanic/Latino community, primarily current and prospective students and their families, faculty, and staff.

Office of Minority Educational Development (OMED)

Provides programs and pathways to success for traditionally underrepresented students: African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and Multiracial.

Impact Learning Community

Provides a diverse living and learning community for first-year students interested in community service and engagement on campus and in the local Atlanta area.

Women, Science, and Technology Learning Community

Develops initiatives and collaborations that promote women faculty and staff interaction around research and practices in STEM.

Corporate Partnerships

Champion your commitment to diversity efforts and academic excellence by becoming a corporate partner by supporting the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion. 

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Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion
Georgia Institute of Technology
681 Cherry St. NW 
Atlanta, GA 30332
(404) 894-5990


exterior of the Kendeda Building

Living Building Equity Champions

Georgia Tech has received a commitment for $30 million from The Kendeda Fund to build what is expected to become the most environmentally advanced education and research building ever constructed in the Southeast.

Student News

Kantwon Rogers gains insight into the role of a higher education administrator.
International reporter honored for holding the powerful accountable.
The first AAPI Heritage Month Lecture at Georgia Tech was held on April 18, featuring Steven Lim, CEO of Watcher Entertainment and former executive producer at Buzzfeed.
On Thursday, April 6, at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, OMED recognized more than 2,200 eligible students from traditionally underrepresented groups for their academic achievements.


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