Early Move-In Option
Wreck Camp participants will have the option to move into their selected Residence Hall room during Check In/Move in on the first day of Camp. *additional fees apply
Wreck Camp Kick-Off
Welcome to camp! At Wreck Camp Kick-Off you'll meet your small group leaders, members, and the rest of Wreck Camp staff. Get ready to be welcomed in the warmest way we know how!
Wreck Camp Social
Put on your themed gear and enjoy a variety of late-night activities including silent disco, board games, signs, and more!
Wreck Camp Games
This adult-field-day-style activity involves several outdoor games selected by Wreck Camp staff in which campers compete to win points. Not the athletic type? No problem, there are a wide variety of activities and each team needs a dedicated squad of supporters to cheer them on!
Probably the most well-known activity of Wreck Camp, our Color War involves giving campers the opportunity to throw traditional Holi powder (colored chalk powder) at one another in celebration of this new beginning and season of life.
Campers will be sorted into small groups of approximately 10 students. This small group is led by 2 student leaders who will be your personal mentors and resources throughout your time at camp and beyond.Get ready to dive into activities on goal setting, building resiliency, and having more fun than you can imagine!
Color Team Time
Join 5 other small groups of the same color to engage in a variety of fun activities! Together you'll learn more about your personality types, campus culture, affirmation, and more.
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Get ready to learn all about GT history and traditions through this unique showcase of Wreck Camp staff talent.
Curious about how to get involved on campus, when to study abroad, apply for an internship, or just want to know where the campus recreation center is? These staff-led presentations cover a wide range of topics to give you the inside scoop before returning to campus for your first week of classes.
Passing of the Torch Campfire
Let go of all your first-year fears and listen to advice from rising 4th and 5th year students.