The recent name change adopts an inclusive approach to the scholarship program, celebrating students who exemplify the Georgia Tech motto Progress and Service during their time here.

The newly renovated Student Center, named in honor of the late John Lewis, brings new resources for the campus community, along with refreshed returning favorites.

After years of renovation, the student center will be open for guests to dine, purchase merchandise and receive services from administrative offices.

In order to prepare to transition to its new location, the Georgia Tech Post Office will temporarily shut down at the end of the month and will reopen after the Independence Day holiday.

While the Georgia Tech Student Center is well known for planning events for students, it also has a lot to offer Georgia Tech employees.

Work on the Campus Center project continues to progress this summer, and the next four to six weeks will entail some of the most impactful disruptions campus will see during the first phase of construction.

Phase I construction on the Campus Center project is well underway, and related fencing is expected to encompass a larger area beginning Friday.

The exhibition hall will serve as the premiere meeting and conference space on campus beginning August 31, 2020.

While the world was quarantined, Campus Services was hard at work implementing new services, building new facilities and preparing for the fall. Here are a few things you might have missed over the summer.