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Georgia Tech College of Design

Formerly known as the College of Architecture

Student Organizations

Architecture

  • Student blog: Gray Matters
    A student-initiated design collective and publication. It is a forum for experimentation and discourse among students and Atlanta's art and design community.
  • American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
    A national organization of architecture students promoting excellence in architectural education and practice as well as community awareness and participation. The Georgia Tech chapter of AIAS is very active in the organization of seminars, tours, and special events enhancing student life in the Architecture Program.
  • School of Architecture Student Advisory Council (SAC)
    The representative body of undergraduate and graduate students within the School of Architecture, who meet regularly with program administrators to discuss issues of concern and to participate in an ongoing dialog with the faculty. SAC members serve on various School of Architecture committees and participate in the graduate admissions process.
  • National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS)
    Active at the local level in fostering opportunities for minority architecture students. Officers of this organization also attend the annual meetings of NOMA, the group's parent organization.
  • Women in Architecture (WIA)
    Strives to further integrate the student body by promoting unity and equality between genders within the College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology. 

     

Building Construction

  • Student Construction Association (SCA)
    Students meet and network with professionals in the construction industry and compete against other universities in competitions. The Student Construction Association is open to graduate and undergraduate Georgia Tech students of all majors interested in contemporary construction processes and currently consists of building construction, architecture, and civil engineering students.
     

City & Regional Planning

  • Student Planning Association
    A volunteer organization of graduate students in Georgia Tech's School of City and Regional Planning. Throughout the year, SPA conducts a variety of social, academic, and community outreach events to enhance students' personal, educational, and professional development.
     

Industrial Design

  • Industrial Designers Society of America
    IDSA is the voice of the industrial design profession, advancing the quality and positive impact of design. IDSA provides opportunities to gain professional experience through workshops, speakers, and networking with professional designers...while having fun!
  • Interaction Design Association
    IxDA Georgia Tech is a chapter of the Interaction Design Association, a global network dedicated to the professional practice of Interaction Design: the practice of designing the integration of digital content into people’s lives.
     

Music

  • Chorale
    Georgia Tech's largest mixed ensemble, open to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the midtown Atlanta community​. No audition is required to join. 
  • Chamber Choir
    A select, auditioned mixed vocal ensemble. Its members are principally all-state-level singers who have extensive background in choral singing. ​
  • Glee Club
    The oldest student organization on the Georgia Tech campus, the oldest Glee Club in the South, and one of the oldest such groups in the country.​
  • Women's Chorus
    No audition required for participation. All female singers are welcome.
  • Sonic Generator
    The contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Georgia Tech dedicated to using technology to transform the ways in which we compose, perform, and listen to music. 
  • Georgia Tech Marching Band
    the 365-member Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band is one of the oldest programs in the country.​
  • Yellow Jackets Pep Band
    Pep Band attends all Men's and Women's Basketball home games, local tournaments, the ACC tournament and post-season tournament games for their respective teams.​
  • Concert Band
    55-70 players that perform the masterworks of wind literature designed for the rich sonorities of an expanded instrumentation.​
  • Wind Ensemble
    A dynamic, vibrant force for the advancement of our musical art here in the city of Atlanta. It has long been a haven for musical expression by some of the finest young musicians studying at Georgia Tech. 
  • Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra
    The orchestra program provides access to master classes, professional engagements, and recording opportunities. Members also enjoy social aspects through informal dinners and parties. Students are encouraged to pre-register for orchestra and then audition. 
  • Jazz Ensembles and Combos
    Eexplore concert jazz works from the late 1920's through the present day, including works by such classic composers as Duke Ellington and Stan Kenton, and contemporary artists Pat Metheny and others. 
  • The Percussion and Electronic Percussion/MIDI Ensembles
    Providing unique experiences for Tech students and embrace many diverse performance opportunities.
  • Chamber Ensembles
    Aan opportunity for exceptional musicians to refine their musical skills and earn additional course credit. Various chamber ensembles include string quartet, piano duets, piano quintet, saxophone quartet, clarinet quartet, woodwind quintet, brass quintet, and many other possibilities. 
  • Band Club
    A forum to carry out service and social activities for the Georgia Tech Athletic Bands.
  • Kappa Kappa Psi - Iota
  • Tau Beta Sigma - Epsilon Theta
  • Pi Epsilon Phi