Open House with tours of the buildings. Information and application for 2019-2020 events and programs:https://wst.gatech.edu/wst-learning-community.
The WST Learning Community offers programs addressing academic and professional issues for women students. Typically, it includes 48 students living in Stein and Goldin Houses (4th St. Apartments A and B), who connect with one another and faculty through monthly dinners, bi-weekly lunches, campus receptions, and research panels. All Georgia Tech students and WST mentors are welcome to attend WST Learning Community events. WST Learning Community residents may also be paired with a faculty/staff mentor (optional). WST also sponsors undergraduate research partnerships and conference subsidies for WST Learning Community students.