KNIT Mentorship Program
Organized by the New Student and Sophomore Programs, the KNIT (Knowledge, Nurture, Interaction, and Tradition) creates one on one relationships between incoming students and uperclassmen mentors who assist with their transition into Georgia Tech. They focus on building knowledge through academic support and advice, nurturing the personal growth of incoming students by providing them leadership opportunities, increasing interactions with one on one mentoring, and building engagement with the important Tech traditions.
Ramblin' Reck Club's Mini-500
The Mini 500 is an annual tricycle race around Peters Parking Deck that occurs on the Friday afternoon before the homecoming football game. It is one of Georgia Tech’s most unique traditions put on by Ramblin’ Reck Club since 1969. Teams are comprised of seven members: 4 to take turns as the driver and three on the pit crew. This year, thanks to the Parents Fund, a chip timing system was added to the tricycles to increase safety and help increase the involvement of the student body.
Hosted by the Vietnamese Student Association, the Moon Festival is a celebration of Southeast Asian culture. It features food, games, dance performances, fashion shows, a traditional lion dance. It is free for students and is the primary cultural showcase for the Southeast Asian Student Association.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council’s Georgia Tech Homecoming Step Show features performances from 9 NPHC organizations, five fraternities and four sororities. The participating fraternities and sororities presented a unique 10-minute stepping/acting performance, each with its own creative theme. Such themes in the past have included The Matrix, a zombie apocalypse, Star Wars, and the NBA Finals. It attracts students, faculty, alumni, friends, and other persons affiliated with NPHC organizations and promotes interaction and intermingling among the campus community as a whole.
Community Service Day
Established in 1997, TEAM Buzz Community Service Day is an event at Georgia Tech that annually brings over 1,500 students, faculty, staff, and alumni together. Participants engage in numerous service projects throughout the Atlanta area in partnership with over fifty local nonprofit agencies and organizations. Volunteers attended a kickoff rally and a concluding celebration in order to both applaud the year round efforts of volunteers in our community, as well as to learn more about volunteering opportunities on campus and in the Atlanta area.
Step into STEM
Junior STEM hosted their first annual Step into STEM event for K-12 Students from the metro Atlanta area. These boys and girls come to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math on Georgia Tech's campus. There are fun hands-on STEM demonstrations and speakers that provide information on STEM careers and the opportunities available in these areas.
The WRECKless mission is to provide Georgia Tech students with a safe and fun environment while raising quality of life and school spirit on campus. Their motto is "Good clean fun" and to this end they hosted the band "Judah and the Lion" on campus for a free concert.