Healthy Lifestyles Programs

Healthy Lifestyle Programs brings together three different areas in the CRC – GIT FIT, Competitive Sports, and Outdoor Recreation – to deliver premiere programs, services, and events that will set you on the right path for a healthy, active lifestyle. Focused on health and well-being for the entire Georgia Tech community, our Healthy Lifestyle Programs create opportunities to flourish and thrive in all five dimensions of well-being: Physical, Emotional, Social, Spiritual, and Professional. Whether you are interested in playing soccer, exploring a cave, or relaxing with a massage, there is something for everyone in Healthy Lifestyle Programs. Check out each area to discover the perfect experience for you.

Competitive Sports

Graduate students playing cornhole

Competitive Sports provide students, faculty and staff the opportunity for competition and fun in a variety of team and individual sports activities. Intramural Sports are available for Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Rec teams in a variety of skill and competition levels. Sport Clubs provide students with the opportunity to continue participating in 44 competitive sport teams, which compete intercollegiately.

GIT FIT

Runners on the fifth floor track

GIT FIT offers an opportunity to learn life-long skills, increase fitness levels, and just have fun! We offer over 80 non-credit classes spanning from martial arts to golf to personal training and much more. Our mission is to provide the Georgia Tech community with opportunities to begin or continue a healthy lifestyle that will last well into the future.

Outdoor Recreation

whitewater rafting

ORGT is community of students, staff, and alumni committed to creating meaningful outdoor adventures. ORGT is a team of 200 volunteers & staff who provide the campus with enriching adventure experiences including 120 day and overnight trips, 19 multi-day expeditions each year, and a host of training experiences like kayak roll school, the climbing wall, and wilderness First Aid classes.

Navy Seal Challenge

Student competing in the 2016 Navy Seal Challenge

See how you measure up to America's best! Take the Navy Seal Challenge at the CRC, March 7, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Compete in one or all five events:

  • Push-ups
  • Pull-ups
  • Sit-ups
  • 500 yard swim
  • 1.5 mile run