Forums - forums.ni.com: the forums are the best place to find help during NI Support after-hours. There are LabVIEW Champions and Applications Engineers monitoring the forums daily. Always post a screen capture or orginal code with your post, if possible - the responses to your question will be more helpful.
Self-Paced Online training: see Learn page - Anyone with a @gatech.edu email address will be able to access the self-paced online training as part of the Academic Site Licensing offering.
Local LabVIEW Users: Join the Georgia Tech LabVIEW Users page and reach out to fellow GT LV Users. Check the Events page for on-campus sessions. [ideas on how to connect with other LabVIEW users? please share on the suggestions page!]
Application Engineers: Georgia Tech's Academic Site License provides access to the NI Applications Engineers. These are engineers with the bachelor's or master's degrees (some from Georgia Tech!) that are available by phone or email to help answer your LabVIEW or NI product technical questions, such as errors, where to find example code, why code is not behaving as expected, etc. They do not write code nor answer homework questions, but can point you in the right direction and help find the solution faster than on your own. Go to ni.com/support and click on the Contact an Engineer button to create a Service Request and get help.
Field Engineer: Georgia Tech has a dedicated sales engineer to help determine if NI tools can achieve what you're looking to accomplish for your project. Whether a new project or inherited project, your sales engineer can be a very useful resource at no cost to you. In addition, your sales engineer can help set up training on campus.