Campus Life

There are a number of campus services, websites, and initiatives that will help you find success as a student — and enjoy your time at Georgia Tech. Here are a few of these resources to know about: 

  • Arts@Tech. An initiative to enhance the Tech community by fostering programs and events spanning the arts spectrum.
  • Barnes & Noble at Georgia Tech. Tech’s main campus bookstore, which is located in Tech Square. 
  • Bursar’s Office. Where you go to pay your tuition and fees.  
  • BuzzCard. Your BuzzCard student ID is your campus passport, library card, facilities access key, and can even be loaded with money to use at restaurants/dining halls across campus. 
  • Council for GradLife. A group of both undergraduate and graduate students whose mission is to bring the grad community together through exciting programs throughout the year. 
  • Dean of Students. Provides a number of services to assist students with medical and personal emergencies. 
  • Degree Program Coordinators. Listing of all degree program coordinators.
  • E-Swag. Show your Tech spirit by downloading everything from wallpaper for your tablet to ringtones for your cell phone — all available for free on this site.
  • Financial Aid. Place to go for assistance with applying for student loans. 
  • Graduate Student Government Association. The governing body for graduate students at Georgia Tech.  
  • Housing. Takes care of all of your on-campus housing needs.  
  • Library. Georgia Tech's main library, which offers much more than just books.
  • Parking and Transportation Services. All the need-to-know information about everything from getting a parking permit to riding the campus bus.
  • Policy Library. All official Georgia Tech policies are listed on this site.
  • Registrar. Handles anything related to course registration to student records.
  • Strategic Plan. What you need to know about Tech’s 25-year strategic plan.
  • Student Center. Located in the middle of campus, the Student Center is home to everything from places to eat to a bowling alley (Tech Rec).  
  • Student Organizations. A list of student organizations that welcome graduate students. 
  • Students' Temporary Assistance and Resources. An organization that supports students who need assistance with things like interview attire, food, and loans. 
  • Tech Lingo. A list of common words and phrases that are unique to Georgia Tech.
  • Tobacco-Free Georgia Tech. A resource for navigating Tech's new tobacco-free campus policy.
  • Traditions. Get to know a little bit about Georgia Tech's rich traditions.