The Georgia Tech Dance Association is an entirely student-run organization.
Our members, volunteers, and officers draw from the Tech community.
Read more about our dances below.
Photography by Himanshu Dedge
GTDA was formed in 1999 to give Georgia Tech students and the Atlanta community a place to do what they love most – dance! We offer a wonderful place for you to dance on our new 5,000 sq ft dance floor. The ballroom is conveniently located in the heart of midtown Atlanta, where it is within walking distance for all Tech students on campus.
Quick Tips about GTDA
Dancing, good music, and having a good time!
We offer a smoke-free, alcohol-free environment.
Who is welcome?
We are an all-ages facility, so even if you’re 15 or over 65, you will enjoy yourself at our events.
Does it cost money?
We are a non-profit organization, so we only ask you to help cover our costs. This keeps admission low for everyone, especially students!
Our classes and workshops:
We promise to bring quality instructors from across the nation, still keeping the cost at the bare minimum.
GTDA cannot function without the help of our volunteers from Georgia Tech and from the Atlanta community. We are grateful for you, whether you show support by coming to the dances or help us by volunteering. Every one of you is appreciated!
Officers are decided at the end of each Spring semester.
President: Sebastian Valencia
Vice-President: Emily Cook
Treasurer: Hailey Loehde-Woolard
Secretary: Maggie O’Bryant
Faculty Advisor: Matthew Habib
Alumni Advisor: Chris Holmes
Alumni Advisor: Nick Yaitsky
Alumni Advisor: Alex Adams
Webmaster: Kate Bennett
UI Design by Jana Pomerantz