FAQ

How is the Project One theme selected?

The Project One theme is selected by a committee of Georgia Tech faculty and staff, along with input from Tech students. The Project One selection committee works together to focus the program on issues relevant to first-year students and to students at Tech. We also look for themes that inspire creativity, ignite discussion, and encourage critical thinking. 

I'm not a first-year student. Can I still participate in Project One?

Yes! While Project One helps incoming first-year students connect to campus, Project One events and programs are open to all Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff. We encourage all members of our campus community to participate in Project One, and we invite you to attend our film screenings and to participate in our Spring Film Scramble.  

What Project One events are being held on campus this year?

To see our upcoming events for Project One, including information about the time and location of each event, please visit http://enrichment.gatech.edu/project-one/events.

What is the Project One Spring Film Scramble?

The Project One Spring Film Scramble is an opportunity for Georgia Tech students to create their own short films based on the Project One theme. The film scramble will be held in late Spring and is a timed filmmaking competition. Participants are challenged to create a short film over the course of 72 hours. The winning films will be shown during an on-campus event.