With a holistic view of student development, the Center for Student Engagement invests in the empowerment and support of registered student organizations which catalyze belonging and an engaged campus community. The Center for Student Engagement aims to support a campus community that provides all Georgia Tech students safe and meaningful engagement opportunities.
The four areas represented by the Center for Student Engagement are Civic Engagement, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Media, and Student Organizations.
Visit our website to learn more about us: https://studentengagement.gatech.edu/
Q: Where is your office located?
A: Campus Center Pavilion 1 – across from Rising Roll (temporary until Campus Center construction is complete)
Q: What resources do you provide to the Georgia Tech community?
A: Support for registered student organizations and student leaders.
Q: Can we refer students to you? If so, how?
A: Yes, students can be connected to any of the appropriate staff for the information or connection they are looking for:
- Civic Engagement & Community Service Questions/Opportunities – Sarah Strohmenger
- Fraternity & Sorority Life Questions/Opportunities – Jamison Keller
- Student Media and Publications Questions/Opportunities – Mac Pitts
- General Questions about GTs 500+ Registered Student Organizations – Quinn Foster
Q: Is there anything unique/exciting that you bring to Georgia Tech?
A: Working with 500+ student organizations everyday is unique and exciting. Consider logging into engage.gatech.edu to browse opportunities and see a directory of our Registered Student Organizations.
Q: Do you have any upcoming events/initiatives that we can help you promote?
A: Engage2021 is a multi-day event series focusing on connection, community, and leadership. Registration for events is currently open.
There are five events as part of the Engage2021 program:
|Engage Symposium||Saturday, 1/16||Details||RSVP|
|Student Leader Retreat||Sunday, 1/17||Details||RSVP|
|Student Organizations Fair||Sunday, 1/17||Details||RSVP|
|National Center for Civil and Human Rights Tours||Sunday, 1/17||Details||RSVP|
|MLK Day of Service||Monday, 1/18||Details||RSVP|
Q: What is your favorite part about working at Tech?
A: It is so exciting watching GT student leaders work to make the world a better place by creating strong communities and working towards solving the world’s engineering and social problems.
Thank you so much for allowing us to shine the spotlight on you!