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Welcome to Civic Engagement! Our staff are a part Center for Student Engagement at Georgia Tech. Student Engagement empowers and supports registered student organizations to catalyze belonging and create an engaging campus community. The Center has a strong history of developing and working closely with Georgia Tech’s outstanding student leaders. The staff that make-up the Center for Student Engagement are still here to provide service and support.   

Currently the Center for Student Engagement staff are working in rotation remotely and on-campus to ensure appropriate physical distancing as guided by Covid-19 recommendations. The Center for Student Engagement remains available to advise and support student organizations’ needs and the general function of the Institute. Georgia Tech remains open with modified operations, you can easily connect with us at engage@gatech.edu and expect a response within 24 hours. Our regular office hours 8:00AM – 5:00PM., Monday-Friday. For access to specific staff, we request that students make an appointment. 

The Center for Student Engagement encourages all Registered Student Organization (RSO) leaders to consider making all possible meetings virtual. For in-person events that are determined to be held, RSO leaders can find a full list of recommendations and requirements here. If ideas or support are needed for how to manage a student organization virtually or in a modified format, please reach out at the contacts provided or contact any of the Center for Student Engagement staff directly. 

We realize that many students may need of even greater support this term; If needed, you can reach out virtually with the following Student Life resources: request assistancereferral form, or student emergency fund.  

What We Do:  Civic Engagement at Georgia Tech manifests in many forms across the Institute. Broadly defined, civic engagement encompasses the numerous ways in which students, faculty and staff promote positive social change. Opportunities to engage with community partners exist in co-curricular settings, academic based community service courses, and departmental sponsored outreach programs.

As a department of the Division of Student Life, Civic Engagement applies a student centered approach for students to develop and clarify identity, to understand others, and to promote social change.Whether you are a student, faculty/staff, or community partner, Civic Engagement is ready to support your engagement with community service at Georgia Tech.

Service Projects

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A wide range of opportunities exist for Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff to engage in local and international service opportunities.

Partner With Us

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Community partners can easily request volunteers using our application form through OrgSync. We only need a few details to get you connected with volunteers from Georgia Tech.