This collection is open for research; however, the collection is not yet fully processed and may need to be screened before use. In accordance with Georgia Tech Policy, there may be restrictions on access to GT records.
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1 Linear Feet (1 oversize box)
The collection contains materials that document student life on the Georgia Tech campus, including notebooks and papers, news clippings, magazines, student publications, photographs, brochures and programs, and other memorabilia.
Since its founding in 1885, Georgia Institute of Technology has been known for the caliber of its student body. This collection, assembled from donated materials by the staff of the Archives & Special Collections, offers a glimpse of the social backdrop that has been as much a part of the knowledge gained by GT students as the lessons learned in the classroom.
While the whole of the diversity represented in Georgia Tech students' lives is difficult to document, these records show how student life has evolved at Georgia Tech and how student life retains some similarities through the years.