The Greek Neighborhood Association (GNA) operates as the checks and balance system for our Greek letter organizations that have property on campus. Of our 55 chapters within the Greek community, 36 have a physical location in the Greek Sector. There is a are mix of privately owned and leased properties. Therefore, while they are close in proximity to many Georgia Tech academic and athletic buildings, many are privately owned and operated. The GNA helps to regulate facility maintenance and upkeep through accountability. The GNA seeks to provide incentives for chapters who keep their facilities up to standards, and will continue with punitive measures for those groups that do not follow agreed-upon expectations. The group is made up of student leaders called House Managers who help to foster greater community and campus relations, and organizes facilities-related programs within the Greek Sector.
The Association body is comprised of the house manager from each fraternity and sorority that owns or resides in a facility. The Co-Chairs of the GNA are appointed by the IFC and CPC, and serve an annual term. The GNA assumes a duty and responsibility to: develop and enforce policies and sanctions; sponsor and lead programs for recycling in the Greek community; develop positive incentives; and plan and coordinate GNA meetings once a month throughout the fall and spring semesters.
- GNA Policy
- Dumpster Usage Guidelines
- Office of Solid Waste Management and Recycling
- Wreck Lot:
- Requesting a temporary ROLL OFF DUMPSTER: Temporary roll off dumpsters will be provided throughout the Greek Sector at the start of the fall semester, before homecoming, and during Move Out of the fall and spring semester. Exact dates will be sent throughout the semester. To order a temporary roll-off for your chapter: To order a temporary roll-off for an organization's exclusive use, submit the Temporary Container Order Form. The organization is responsible for contacting Parking if any parking spaces are going to be used in the placement of the container. The organization ordering will be charged $100 per dump plus $38 per ton of material in the container.
- Requesting a temporary RECYCLING unit
Georgia Tech's Recycling Office needs your help! There are two volunteer options. From 10-11am, the “Blue Bag Brigade” will be giving out blue recycling bags to tailgaters. This year is the program’s 10 year anniversary and we have accomplished so much since 2008. We have raised our recycling rate to 30%, and collected close to 200 tons of recyclable materials. We couldn’t do this without the help of volunteers! For more information and to sign up, visit http://www.recycle.gatech.edu/volunteer