Georgia Tech is located in the heard of Midtown Atlanta, one of the most vibrant communities in the United States. Undergraduate students at Georgia Tech have many opportunities to engage with other students, the community, and a wide variety of organizations.
With the School of History and Sociology (HSOC), there is a History and Sociology Club and a chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honor Society (membership available to both undergraduate and graduate students).
There are also many opportunities outside of HSOC, on campus and around Atlanta. Georgia Tech has hundreds of student organizations for every interest! Visit the "Organizations" section of OrgSync to see a full listing of all 578 groups, from A Capella to Zeta Tau Alpha. Off-campus, there are many historic and cultural sites around the Atlanta metropolitan area. Georgia Tech and the city of Atlanta are dynamic and exciting places to be, and students at Georgia Tech can visit many attractions, including:
- The National Center for Civil and Human Rights
- The Georgia Aquarium
- The High Museum
- The College Football Hall of Fame
- The Carter Center
- The Atlanta History Center
- Stone Mountain Park
- Piedmont Park
- The Fox Theatre
- The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center