Outside the Classroom
There are many opportunities that exist outside the classroom. These are great ways to supplement your undergraduate education, receive necessary assistance and strengthen your resume.
- Student Assistance & Resources
- Academic Experiences
- Work Experiences
- Student Organizations
- Pre-Professional Programs
- Food: Klemis Kitchen - A food pantry prepared by volunteers of Campus Kitchen that stocks food that you are free to access if you are financially struggling to prioritize good nutrition.
- Professional Attire: Campus Closet - A collection of over 500 suits, both men's and women's, that you can borrow at no cost if you need formal apparel for an interview or career fair.
- Emergency $: Dean Griffin Hip Pocket Fund - If you are in need of urgent financial support for academic, medical or personal matters, the Dean Griffin Hip Pocket Fund offers interest-free loans.
- Emergency Housing - If through crisis or emergency, you find yourself without a place to live, the Department of Housing may be able to provide a short-term room while financial and other options are explored. Contact Dana Hartley for more information.
- Women's Resource Center
- LGBTQIA Resource Center
- Veteran's Resource Center
- Disability Services
- Dean of Students
- Counseling Center - Our Center offers free mental health counseling services to all currently enrolled Georgia Tech students, as well as psychoeducational testing services, stress management and wellness workshops, and in-house focus groups to help clients connect over shared experiences.
Georgia Tech-Lorraine is Georgia Tech’s European campus located in historic Metz, France, just 90 minutes from Paris by train. Year-round undergraduate, masters, and PhD programs foster the flow of new ideas, create new opportunities, and nurture the development of global leadership and innovative thinking in students. ME majors can study at Georgia Tech Lorraine any semester and all credits and financial aid transfer seamlessly. Courses are taught in English by Georgia Tech faculty and no French language skills are necessary. Students stay on track towards their degree while discovering Europe and becoming global citizens.
Undergraduate research available in the Spring and Fall!
For those students minoring in French, or looking to improve their fluency, we now offer French - Sciences - Sustainability: French Immersion Program at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
ME courses offered at the Lorraine campus include:
ME 3017 – Major Requirements
ME 3180 – Major Elective
ME 3322 – Major Requirements
ME 3340 – Major Requirements
ME 4699 – Research Credit
…as well as many more!
To see a full list of courses offered visit http://lorraine.gatech.edu.
- Co-Op Program
- Internship Program
- Global Internship Program
- Graders for ME Classes - Woodruff School faculty can hire graders each semester for the undergraduate classes they are teaching. Please contact ME or NRE professors directly if you are interested. You must have previously earned in A in the course. After you find a position, you need to fill out the Grader Hiring Form to be hired and paid by GT.
- Shell Tutors - Please email Dr. Al Ferri if you are interested in becoming a Shell Tutor. The tutors are hired during the first week of school each semester.
- ME Student Organizations (Professional Societies and Competition Teams)
- Georgia Tech Student Organizations