The Georgia State University Counseling Center (GSUCC) staff is strongly and proudly committed to furthering the academic success and well-being of a diverse and dynamic student body. GSUCC staff believe that prejudice and oppression are detrimental to human development, and that education is a tool for addressing oppression in many of its forms. The GSUCC provides free access to high-quality services that are characterized by compassion and cultural competence. Across individual, group, classroom and program services, staff members work to create learning environments in which everyone is respected, welcomed and celebrated.
Multicultural awareness and competency is the goal in all areas of service. The GSUCC staff represents the cultural diversity of the student constituency, including race and ethnicity, sexual identity, age, religious affiliation, socioeconomic background and gender. Culturally diverse students are well represented as consumers of all services provided by the center. The GSUCC has been hosting Georgia State University’s Cultural Competency Conference/Summit since 2002.
All enrolled students have access to both Georgia State Counseling Center services and the services offered by the University System of Georgia.