With more than 70 percent of students living on campus and engaging in our rich history and tradition of Division 1 athletics, student organizations, and Greek life, our students quickly find a diverse group of friends and student clubs that help them call Georgia Tech home.
- Georgia Tech has more than 350 student organizations. Management students are usually the leaders and the most involved with these organizations, since they see these activities as excellent opportunities to develop leadership skills and team experience attractive to future employers. Many large activities on campus are student run such as the annual GT Career Fair, Freshmen Orientation, Team Buzz and more.
Visit the Office of Student Involvement to learn more about GT student organizations
- There are a number of business related student clubs that management students participate in to further develop leadership skills and to meet other students, faculty and business leaders within their field of interest.
Visit the list of business focused student organizations
- The Campus Recreation Center is the source for 35 sport clubs and 18 intramural opportunities. The CRC also offers numerous group fitness and instructional classes and many certificate and training programs. They also offer a leadership challenge ropes course for student groups to utilize and a 39 foot tall rock climbing wall. Other amenities include an indoor track, a leisure pool with a water slide,the H2O cafe and meetings rooms. The Campus Recreation Center supports Outdoor Recreation with camping rentals and planned trips to Alaska, Costa Rica and more.
Visit the Campus Recreation Center webpage for more information
- Students enjoy decades-old traditions at homecoming activities and football games. They cheer on their Yellow Jackets at the Alexander Memorial Coliseum and other sporting arenas.
View the official website of Georgia Tech Athletics
- Tradition are stronger than ever with the Whistle, Tech Tower, The Varsity and the Pi Miles while George P. Burdell, Buzz and John Heisman watch over campus.