Ramblin’ Reck Club

Since its founding in 1930, the Ramblin’ Reck Club has been an organization of students, committed to the education and promotion of Tech spirit, history and tradition. Members of the Club, who are from all areas of the Tech student community, work together in fulfilling the dreams of such Tech legends as Coaches Alexander and Dodd and Deans Griffin and Dull, that students can infect others in the student body with regard and enthusiasm for all the facets of Tech.  In order to achieve these goals, the Reck Club annually publishes T-book and presents T-Night as well as plays host to several events on campus aimed at increasing the general knowledge of Georgia Tech history and traditions.

Currently membership in Reck Club is limited to 50 active students, a measure put in place to ensure that the club stays as Coach Alexander imagined it.  This membership cap forces RRC to use our abilities and reach out to other organizations in order to affectively achieve the club’s purpose.

Request an Appearance of the Ramblin’ Reck

When not on official duty, the Ramblin’ Reck may appear at various alumni functions. Proceeds are used to support the maintenance and upkeep of the car. Click here to make your request!