In addition to academics and learning, college life will include many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. City Tech offers many opportunities to learn more about yourself and your varied interests beyond the classroom by engaging with other members of the college community.
- Interested in meeting others with similar interests? Student Life and Development, student clubs or SGA may have the connection you need.
- Interested in conducting research? The Undergraduate Research website is a good place to explore.
More opportunities are available and will be posted once the campus is open.
And to help you enjoy your time at City Tech,
see Chapter 3 of The Companion for the First Year at City Tech
Student Life and Development
Student Life is committed to supporting and engaging our students from orientation through graduation with our programming.
City Tech students participate in student clubs and organizations reflecting a broad range of academic and social interests. Working closely with student clubs and the Student Government Association, Student Life and Development promotes full participation and access to student events and activities.
Location: General Building, G516
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is the representative body for students on all college policy issues. SGA strives to advocate on behalf of the students to administration, faculty, student organizations, and the college community. As representatives for the students, we provide an opportunity for student’s views to be expressed and heard. The body is comprised of seven executive officers and thirteen senators. The primary function of the Student Government is to uphold our rights as students. We are responsible for allocating and managing the student activity fee and assisting all clubs and organizations.
Location: General Building, G400