Student Organizations

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Every semester, roughly 1,200 students come to the Couch building to take Music courses or participate in performance ensembles. Approximately 30 graduate students 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.

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:

Georgia Tech Choirs - Wanna sing? Join a Georgia Tech Choir! Vocal and choral groups include the Men’s Glee Club, Women’s Chorus, Chorale, and Chamber Choir.

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Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra – The Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra (GTSO), includes a full orchestra, and a Chamber Strings group. Additionally, the orchestra program provides access to master classes, professional engagements, and recording opportunities. Members enjoy social aspects through informal dinners and parties.

Georgia Tech Band Club – Serves as a forum to carry out service and social activities for Georgia Tech Athletic Bands.

Kappa Kappa Psi, Iota – An honorary band service fraternity.

Tau Beta Sigma, Epsilon Theta – A national honorary sorority for band members, with a focus on fostering music appreciation, academic achievement, and providing outstanding service to the members of the Georgia Tech Band, the Georgia Tech community, and the community at large.

Pi Epsilon Phi – An honorary choral service fraternity whose mission is to improve collegiate vocal ensembles by fostering leadership, high performance standards, service, organization, unity, and brotherhood. Services to the choirs include organizing choir music libraries, hosting choir social activities, and assisting choirs in concert receptions, set-up, and break-down.