While best-of-class academics may have drawn you to Tech, your education here extends well beyond the classroom.
Activities that provide opportunities for self-exploration, real-world leadership and a fulfilling student-life are also an important part of the learning experience, and it is widely recognized that involved students are more satisfied with and gain more from their college experience.
Participation in student organizations, community service projects, healthy lifestyle activities, the arts, leadership development experiences, and more will strengthen your academic, individual, interpersonal, and professional growth and prepare you for even greater success after graduation.
The Division of Student Life at Georgia Tech provides student support services and co-curricular learning programs designed to help all members of Georgia Tech’s diverse and engaged community benefit from what the Institute has to offer. We encourage you to take advantage of the programs and services that meet your specific needs and interests for a well rounded, fulfilling student experience.
Ways to Get Involved in Student Life
Whether students want to participate in creative endeavors or be enriched by the efforts of others, the Office of the Arts helps ensure students can pursue interests to enhance their educational experience.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Nearly a quarter of Georgia Tech undergraduates participate in a fraternity or sorority, compared to the national average of 9 percent. The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life helps Georgia Tech’s 57 distinctive Greek organizations and their members thrive by providing a comprehensive range of leadership, administrative, and governance support.
Health Initiatives provides upstream, innovative, and relevant programs, services and initiatives to help students and employees thrive. The team creatively designs prevention and education efforts to promote, nurture, and enrich the Georgia Tech community of health, well-being, and caring. Services include health and well-being educational programs, events and workshops, nutrition counseling, and sexual violence prevention, education and response.
Leadership Education and Development (LEAD)
The Office of Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) gives participating students the opportunity to learn and practice effective leadership skills that can be applied to all areas of their personal and professional lives, now and in the future.
LGBTQIA Resource Center
The LGBTQIA Resource Center supports all community members and promotes an affirming and inclusive campus environment. Through training, education, and advocacy, the Center is dedicated to improving the quality of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and asexual communities and their allies.
Student Diversity Programs
Georgia Tech is comprised of a diverse student population and is the top producer of undergraduate African American, Hispanic, Asian, and women engineering students. The Office of Student Diversity Programs provides educational and co-curricular opportunities that enhance interaction and learning across diverse groups.
A strong student voice contributes to a strong campus community, and the Office of Student Media helps students communicate both within the campus and to the larger community while gaining real-world experience in news gathering and dissemination, writing and editing, management, production, advertising, and other vital business and creative skills.
With more than 500 registered student organizations on campus and new ones chartering every year, Tech students can always find a way to meet other students and pursue a shared passion. The Center for Student Engagement applies a student-centered approach to helping students develop their identities, build relationships, and promote social change.
Veterans Resource Center
Students who once served our country in uniform now have vast potential for continued service and success through higher education. The Veterans Resource Center supports Georgia Tech’s growing student veteran population to help them transition to and thrive in the academic arena.
Women's Resource Center
Founded in 1998, the Women’s Resource Center serves the needs and interests of female students, faculty, and staff at Tech as well as promotes understanding among Georgia Tech’s diverse community of men and women.