Coming to camp gives you the opportunity to meet other new students in a fun, camp environment. During your time at Wreck Camp, you will be in small groups led by two upperclassmen student leaders, color-themed teams, and the overall large camp. While having a great time in the activities, this experience allows you to help make your transition to Tech easier by creating new bonds and friendships with a diverse group of students before ever arriving on campus.
Georgia Tech has a rich history of traditions and a great story to tell. Coming to camp ensures that you will learn all about these traditions, including singing the fight songs, pulling pranks with George P. Burdell, and practicing for the Freshmen Cake Race. Through camp, we will teach you more about our school and its wonderful history.
Wreck Camp will not only help you to be more prepared coming to Tech next fall, but it will also give you a chance to learn more about yourself through insightful activities and interactions in small groups with our staff. We will also help identify your individual strengths and goals that will help you to succeed in your new college environment. We want you to have the best first year at Georgia Tech you can, and Wreck Camp is a great way to get ahead of the curve!
**Out of 3,000+ responses on the 2015 Student Experience Survey, students who attended Wreck Camp were more likely to rate their overall Tech experience favorably, rating higher than any other organization/involvement.
Wreck Camp costs $300 per student to attend. This includes all meals, lodging, transportation to camp, and a t-shirt.
Wreck Camp international costs $550 per student to attend. This includes all meals, lodging, transportation to and from camp, two t-shirts, FASET 6 registration fee, and the additional day of programming cost.
If you choose to move into your fall residence hall assignment early, there is an additional cost per student. NSTP does offer a limited number of needs-based scholarships to student attendees. Click here to access the application form.
All cancellations must be made in writing to New Student & Transition Programs. For a full refund, please cancel before June 1, 2019. Cancellations made after June 1, 2019 will include a refund of the registration fee less a $50 administrative fee. After July 19, 2019 at noon no refunds will be given for the program. To request a cancellation/refund, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.