Campus Girl Scouts
Campus Girl Scouts (CGS) of Georgia Tech works to bring the campus, community and local council together. While there are no badges or required uniforms, Campus Girl Scouts mentor middle- and high-school girls, enjoy outdoor activities such as camping and rockclimbing and sell cookies in the Spring. CGS has members from councils across the country and a few who are new to scouting. For more information, contact CGS.
Omega Phi Alpha
Omega Phi Alpha, national service sorority, was founded at Georgia Tech in 1988. THe chapter believes in building sisterhood through service. They are diverse group of women that includes leaders all over campus. The three cardinal principals of OPA are friendship, leadership and service. OPA holds its Rush both fall and spring semesters. They encourage any woman who is serious about service and having fun her college years to join.