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How It Works

  1. Create an Account.
  2. Email gtcampuscloset@gatech.edu to coordinate a rental time.
  3. Go to the Campus Closet at the designated time.
  4. Rock that business attire!
  5. Return clothing in the same bag it was given at designated drop off time and area
    (NOTE:  We will clean these items for you! Do not wash yourself)
  6. Repeat !

Hours & Location

Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

However, students MUST coordinate a time via email.

Location
Bill Moore Student Success Center
Career Center - Basement Level
http://www.ssc.gatech.edu/

gtcampuscloset@gatech.edu

Would you like to donate to Campus Closet?  If so, click HERE.

 

For donations with credit card, please click HERE

  1. Enter donation amount
  2. Designate to: Career Center Campus Closet

Upcoming Events

  • Jun 23

    LGBTQIA Job Search Tips and Strategies

    This summer workshop is designed to discuss, engage, and enlighten preparation for the job search and being on the job for gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, non-binary, and queer students---as well as allies for the community.

  • Jun 28

    Interviewing Tips

    Learn a foolproof strategy to prepare for and ace any interview!

  • Jul 6

    Virtual Career Fair Platform Demo

    Join us to learn how to effectively navigate the virtual career fair platform

News

  • Andrés García Receives Distinguished Professor Award

    Andrés García, executive director of IBB and a Regents Professor in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, is the 2021 recipient of the Class of 1934 Distinguished Professor Award. It is the highest honor given to a Georgia Tech professor.

  • The GRIOT Employee Resource Group on the Significance of Juneteenth

    On June 19, 1865 — more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation — Union General Gordon Granger issued General Order No. 3, which communicated news of the executive order to the residents of Texas and freed the remaining enslaved people in the state. This date became the official and symbolic date of freedom and became known as Juneteenth.