A Message from the Counseling Center:
Given the recent series of violent events dominating the national news during the past few weeks, some students may find it helpful to discuss their thoughts on these matters. The Georgia State University Counseling Center (75 Piedmont Ave, N.E., Suite 200A, Citizen’s Trust Building) would like to provide support to any student seeking a safe and confidential space to process these events. We want to remind the campus community that we are available for walk-in consultations for all enrolled students until 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday. For students in need of support after business hours, please call 404-413-1640 and follow the prompts to speak to a counselor.

Linking Library Resources to Lived Experiences

The Multicultural Center is dedicated to delivering innovative student experiences to promote learning and success. In order to promote equitable learning environments and access to information and resources, the Multicultural Center library provides the opportunity for students, staff and faculty to check out resources specifically related to multiculturalism, diversity, social justice and identity. One of the first students to utilize the library was Yema Thomas, who checked out Privilege, Power, and Difference by Allan G. Johnson.

It has been very helpful to have the library as an alternative resource for doing research on campus!


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Sinclair Johnson

Sinclaire is an African-American journalism major with a concentration in public relations. Her dream is to operate her own boutique public relations firm, with a focus on entertainment based companies, nonprofit organizations and small businesses. Currently, she holds an executive position in several Georgia State student organizations such as Softer Touch, Colleges Against Cancer, NAACP and College Girls Rock…more>>>
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