Members of the Kappa Kappa Psi fraternity pose before a social event.

Student Organizations

Student Organizations


Every year, roughly 1,200 students come to the Couch building to take music courses or participate in performance ensembles. Over 100 music students from our undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. programs are in and out of the building every day working on projects and classwork. You don’t have to look far to find students hard at work on their studies, playing in an ensemble, or just practicing an instrument in their free time -- at any time of day.

School of Music Organizations

The School of Music also serves as home for a variety of student organizations, all of which serve special purposes. Whether you’re looking to provide service, get more involved with an ensemble, or simply make new friends, there’s a place for you in one of the following organizations.

The Georgia Tech Chamber Choir singing in concert.

Georgia Tech Choirs

Want to sing? Join our Choirs! Includes the Glee Club, Treble Choir, Chorale, and Chamber Choir.
The Symphony Orchestra performing in an outdoor concert.

Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra

Our Orchestras provide access to master classes, professional engagements, and recording opportunities.
A member of the band maintaining instruments.

Georgia Tech Band Club

Serves as a forum to carry out service and social activities for all Georgia Tech Bands.
Kappa Kappa Psi members performing a ritual on a social night.

Kappa Kappa Psi:Iota

A national honorary coed fraternity for band members that serves and promotes college bands.
Members of Tau Beta Sigma pose with their flag.

Tau Beta Sigma, Epsilon Theta

A national honorary coed sorority for band members focusing on music appreciation and service.
Members of Pi Epsilon Pose at Initiation Night for Spring 2019.

Pi Episilon Phi

An honorary choral service fraternity whose mission is to improve collegiate vocal ensembles.

Friends of the School

There are many more organizations that make music on campus. While not directly affiliated with the School of Music, they all play major roles in the story of music at Georgia Tech.

Art Matters - Art Matters is a student collective focused on the arts movement at Georgia Tech. We are here to (1) create enriching art experiences within Tech's ecosystem, (2) provide a voice for the student artist community, and (3) enhance the campus perception and actionable value of art at a student, academic, and institutional level - all in a way that has never been formally done before.

Nothin’ But Treble, Georgia Tech’s premiere all-female a cappella group, was founded in 1998 by Dipika Jain as part of the Georgia Tech A Cappella Club, along with the guys’ a cappella group Sympathetic Vibrations (est. 1997). The group is made up of a variety of Georgia Tech students from Engineering and Biology to STAC majors. There are typically 10 to 12 active members ranging from first-years to Graduate students.

Sympathetic Vibrations is an all-male a cappella group founded in the Fall of 1997 by James Clawson. We usually have 12-15 active members as well as some members who are on co-op rotations or other various diversions. We rehearse three times a week and sing music arranged by members and alumni of the group. We perform at various events on Georgia Tech’s campus, in Atlanta, and across the state of Georgia. We also hold a few of our own concerts at various campus venues each semester.

Aarohi is an organization that brings together like-minded individuals passionate about Indian Classical Music. All skill levels and Indian classical music styles welcome.

Infinite Harmony, Georgia Tech's mixed a capella group, brings to its performances a love of music, a taste of fun, and a hint of insanity. All of our music is arranged by past and present members, and we regularly perform at events at Georgia Tech and around Atlanta.

WREK is the entirely student managed, operated and engineered radio station at Georgia Tech. We broadcast 24/7 from the GT Student Center on 91.1 FM with 100,000 watts throughout Atlanta in addition to streaming online with a 14-day archive. WREK has been broadcasting since March 25th, 1968. Since then, names, faces, and clothing fashions may have changed, but the station-wide philosophy of providing diverse, quality programming to the Atlanta area and the world at large has remained unwavering.


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