Student Center

Exterior view of Student Center

The Student Center & Stamps Student Center Commons offers irresistible facilities, essential services, and life-shaping programs to the Georgia Tech Community. Located in the heart of campus, the center offers 14 meeting rooms with seating for 12 to 500, a full-service Post Office, Information Desk, theater, ballroom, box office, and a Healthy Space.


The Student Center will be open daily from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. until further notice. A valid BuzzCard will be required to access the building before 11 a.m. and after 1 p.m.  For details on the dining options, please visit The building is accessible 24/7 with a valid BuzzCard. Stay safe and wash your hands, Jackets!








Information Desk Services

Located on the second floor of the Student Center, the Information Desk staff can happily provide you with information about events, room reservations, building schedule, directions, lost and found, and more!

Lost & Found Services | Items found in the building should be turned in at the Information Desk.  If you have lost an item in the building, call or email the Gues Services Manager team at (404)894-9505. For items lost or found elsewhere on campus, fill out this form from the Georgia Tech Police Department.

Notary Services | Please note that these services are currently unavailable. We weill update this page once they are restored. 

Battery & Cell Phone Recycling | Visit the Information Desk for details.


Contact & Hours

(404) 385-4275
2nd Floor Student Center

Due to the change in campus operations, the Information Desk will be closed until further notice.

Locker Rental Agreement

  • Lockers are available at anytime during the semester. Rental period runs from time of rental until noon on Friday of Finals Week each semester (unless you have a multiple semester rental).
  • Any contents remaining in the locker after the rental period is over will be discarded.
  • The Student Center is not responsible for any damage, theft, or vandalism that may occur to the locker and/or its contents.
  • For more locker information, stop by the Information Desk.

Locker Rental Pricing |

  • One semester - $15
  • Two semesters - $25
  • Three semesters - $35

Our Origins - The Fred B. Wenn Building

Fred B. Wenn Building Origin

The Georgia Tech Student Center opened its doors in early 1970 as the realization of a dream and much effort on the part of Omicron Delta Kappa, a student honor society.  The state‐of‐the-art building, just under 100,000 square feet in size met the needs of the nearly 7,000 students enrolled at that time. Building services included a cafeteria, a music browsing room, Craft Center, ballroom, movie theater, meeting rooms, full‐service Post Office, an art gallery, chapel, table service dining area, and several lounges. Additionally, the original building housed a recreation area with twelve bowling lanes, a billiards room, table games, playing cards, and a video arcade.

The Olympic Period

Olympics History

The 1996 Centennial Summer Olympic Games brought a world of attention and media coverage to campus, and the Student Center served as the center of athlete services during the games. Several areas in the building were modified to meet the needs of the 15,000 athletes and the Atlanta Committees for the Olympic Games.

Notable Facility Changes

Facility Changes

To meet the overwhelming demand for lunch in the Food Court, an outdoor patio was enclosed in 1986 to create a 4,000 square foot, 350 seat Greenhouse dining room. In 1987, the Post Office was expanded with a 6,000 square foot addition to accommodate 15,020 mailboxes, nearly doubling the number of boxes previously available. In 1997, the Ballroom was expanded into 1,500 square feet of adjacent storage and patio space and was fully renovated to accommodate larger campus events. The Stamps Student Center Commons was completed in March of 2004 and was fully occupied and dedicated in August.  Services included 4 dining concepts, SGA and Student Involvement Offices, ​6 meeting spaces, numerous lounges, a central performance stage, and retail services. In the Fall of 2010, a new “fast‐food” Food Court in the Commons was built.  The new line‐up offers a full‐service Chick‐fil‐A (relocated from the 2nd floor Food Court), Subway, and Panda Express. 


Many of Georgia Tech’s most beloved programs and traditions began in the Student Center. Staring with the building's opening in 1970 and continuing today, many treasured programs, such as Community Service Programs, FASET (Familiarization and Adaptation to the Surroundings and Environs of Tech), ORGT (Outdoor Recreation Georgia Tech), OPTIONS (student run non-credit courses), GT Edge (peer mentoring program designed to support incoming students), and more were created by Georgia Tech students. As the Student Center grows, its student-led origins will drive its future.

Student Center Directors

Tim Mitchell from 1970 – 1973
Roger Wehrle from 1974 – 1992 
Rich Steele from 1992 – 2010 
Dr. Kim D. Harrington from August 2010 – 2015
Dr. Lindsay Bryant from 2016 – present
Staff longevity has been a hallmark of the Student Center with numerous staff ending their careers upon retirement from Georgia Tech.  This trend continues as several current staff members have 20+ years of service.