The Student Center is not just renovating, not just innovating, but re(in)novating! Stay tuned here for updates on the project.

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The Design Phase has begun - it's time to provide your feedback!

Members of the community can provide their input using the survey linked below. 

Your feedback will be critical as we move forward with the re(in)novation – we want to hear from you! For questions or feedback about this part of the design process, please reach out to

Tentative Timeline

September 2017 | Board of Regents Approval of Design Team
Fall 2017 | Program Confirmation (2 months)
Spring 2018 | Project Design (18 months)
Summer 2019 | Phased Construction (24 months)
August 2021 | Grand Opening​

Project Goals

We've surveyed hundreds of students, staff, faculty, and alumni to figure out what the new building should accomplish. We know our new Campus Center will be a place to:

  • Serve the Entire Georgia Tech Community
  • Reset, Restore, & Refuel
  • Showcase Georgia Tech's Accomplishments and be a Catalyst for Creative Expression
  • Foster Friendships and Bridge Across Disciplines, Cultures, and ???
  • Promote Leadership and Involvement
  • Activate the Outdoors


Get Involved

If you'd like to help shape the Campus Center to come, you can get involved in a few ways!

Join the SCEC
The Student Center Expansion Committee (SCEC) is a student group that collects and passes on student opinion on the project. Their work includes focus groups. surveys, and more.

Focus Groups
Keep an eye out for information on upcoming focus groups about the Ideas Competition.

Project History

Expansion projects of this nature take years of work to bring about. Below are some of the major steps taken to get us to where we are now:

2005 | SGA White Paper

2012 | SCEC was formed to capture student opinion

2013 | Peer Review, SGA resolution

2015 | Visioning excersises

2016 | Student Body voted to approve project fee.
Total Voter Participation | 5,025 students
Undergraduate Votes | 4,081 students (2,980 in favor, 1,101 opposed)
Graduate Votes | 944 students (350 in favor, 594 opposed)

Additional Project Information