Organization List

Tech offers a variety of LMC and CM oriented organizations including


The LMC Ambassadors serve as the voice of current and potential Literature, Media, and Communications students. Their mission is to improve the LMC community by representing concerns, building awareness of events and opportunities, promoting LMC on campus by facilitating outreach, and unifying the student body.


TEDxGeorgiaTech is an independently organized TEDx event in Atlanta, Georgia. We are proud to be entirely student-run. Our goal is to showcase ideas from our own community that inspire change on Georgia Tech campus and beyond.


Founded in 1908, Blueprint, Georgia Tech's official student yearbook, has been publishing the yearbook every year since. Any and all Georgia Tech students are welcome (and encouraged) to join staff--no experience required.


The best and most effective way to get involved with DramaTech is to just show up to our on-campus building. Club meetings discuss business, the status of various productions, committees, etc. Showing up to these is a good way to meet many of members all at once, and maybe even get a crew position for one of DramaTech’s shows.


Our main objective is to create a product to be submitted to local, national, and international film festivals and competitions. Overall, it establishes a community of film lovers and an encouraging environment to generate films of all genres.


Georgia Tech's free speech magazine since 1989 that challenges students, faculty, and the entire campus community to discuss and explore the challenging issues of the day, practice cultural awareness, and embrace diversity. NAR accepts and publishes writing submissions from the Georgia Tech community in our magazine, currently published once a semester.


The purpose of the Technique is to serve the campus community by providing information, analysis and opinions that reflect the needs and interests of the student body at Georgia Tech. See our full mission statement:


WREK is the entirely student managed, operated, and engineered radio station of Georgia Tech. We broadcast 24/7 on 91.1 FM with 100,000 watts of quality, diverse programming. You can join WREK by volunteering for just one hour per week!

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