New friends. New activities. New ideas. Expand your horizons at Forsyth Tech.
Forsyth Tech has many ways to grow and develop outside the classroom, from writing poetry in the Creative Writing Club to staying in shape with a game of intramural volleyball. To learn more, contact Beverly Lewis (336.734.7512, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Daisy Cutler (336.734.7509, email@example.com), or come by the Student Activities Center (Technology Building, Room 124).
Clubs & Organizations
Forsyth Tech’s wide variety of clubs and organizations offer every student the chance to do things they enjoy while meeting new people, making new friends and interacting with like-minded folks.
Student Government Council
Participating in Student Government Council at Forsyth Tech offers you a chance to develop leadership skills and serve the school and your fellow students.
Alpha Mu Beta
Alpha Mu Beta (AMB) is the service fraternity of the SGC. This group of students focuses their efforts on campus and community service. They take the lead in such projects as Relay for Life, the Angel Tree Project, and campus blood drives.
For the sports minded, Forsyth Tech has intramural volleyball, basketball and bowling leagues. All skill levels are welcome.
See the Student Activities Brochure.
Forsyth Tech Student Ambassador Scholarship Program
The Student Ambassador Program promotes excellence, community, and discovery. Students selected for the Forsyth Tech Student Ambassador Scholarship Program serve as college representatives while working in direct partnership with college personnel. In addition, qualifying students will receive full tuition and fees paid.
What will I do as an Ambassador?
- campus tours
- high school visits
- service projects
- leadership training
- assisting campus dignitaries
- registration and other various events
What will I gain from the experience?
- leadership skills
- public speaking
- interpersonal communications
- greater understanding of the college mission
Recruiting for this program is during the spring semester. Ambassadors must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher, be a full-time student for the upcoming fall and spring semesters, and be in good standing with the college and in the community.
Technically Speaking Forsyth Tech’s Student Newspaper
Students are part of an information resource that promotes student involvement and quenches the student need to know regarding college and community issues that are important to the student body.
Have Your Voice Heard!
Are you interested in contributing to Technically Speaking?
Do you have a suggestion or an idea that might improve Technically Speaking?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Technically Speaking is the Forsyth Tech student newspaper. The purpose of the student newspaper is for students to prepare and organize a publication that benefits other students. This paper is distributed once a month and distributed throughout the college. The newspaper provides coverage of student events and activities at Forsyth Tech. The newspaper also provides students with important information about classes, registration, advising, and other school-related information.
Any Forsyth Tech student interested in writing newspaper articles is welcome to join the Technically Speaking staff or submit freelance work. Technically speaking gives students an opportunity to meet others with a similar interest, to gain experience for a potential career, and to hone important writing skills. The Technically Speaking staff consists of several positions: editor, copy editor, layout editor, business manager, and reporter.
Student Activity Fee
All curriculum students pay the student activity fee when they register and automatically become members of the Student Government Association. These fees pay for the Student Academic Planner, the newsletter Technically Speaking, maintenance of the ID system, and commencement regalia. Student activity fees also sponsor all student events. Student Activity fees are collected in the fall and spring semesters only.