Student Activities

Student Activities at Wake Tech includes the Student Government Association (SGA) and its Executive Board along with an extensive variety of programs, clubs, and organizations designed to engage and inspire students. These groups offer valuable leadership experiences, connections to professional organizations, networking opportunities, and special events that enrich students’ lives – during the college years and beyond.  

Examples of yearly events:

  • Welcome Week
  • Campus & Community Resource Fair
  • Wake Tech Remembers 9/11
  • Constitution Day
  • Facts & Snacks
  • Mental Health Awareness Week
  • Fall Festival
  • MLK Day
  • Black History Month
  • Women's History Month
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month
  • Spring Fling

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Upcoming Events

Lucky LuckTEA Exam Prep Session - Perry Health Edition

Exams are just around the corner. This is an opportunity to take a step back and participate in some relaxation activities. In conjunction with your ongoing enthusiastic study routine, your are invited to "create" your own luck by crafting a lucky bamboo arrangement. In Chinese culture, lucky bamboo is believed to add peacefulness and wise energy to life which is ideal around exam time. While creating your own bamboo arrangement a hot herbal tea bar will be available with multiple creative add-ins to customize your antioxidant filled relaxation concoction for optimal success! 

This event if FREE with your Wake Tech student ID.

From to at Perry Health Sciences Campus, 2nd floor, Study Lounge.

Spring Fling Luau

Come and join us as we celebrate an the end of the semester with our Spring Fling Luau presented by your Student Government Association!

We will have FREE Hawaiian Food, Music, and Giveaways to all students who have VALID WAKE TECH STUDENT IDs.

From to at Southern Wake Campus | Parking Lot J.

Party at the Park

It has been a great year at RTP! Now it is time to celebrate with an an outdoor game-filled afternoon to enjoy the weather and the end of a great semester. Come out and play some oversized versions of your favorite games such as Connect4 and Jenga along with other favorites of chess, checkers, corn hole, and more! Lunch will be provided by McAlister's Deli to top off a great afternoon. Come enjoy "the Park's" views and vibes!

From to at RTP Campus, RT1 Courtyard.

Spring Fling - Scott Northern Wake Campus

Come and celebrate the end of the semester with the SGA!

Free food and giveaways to all students with a valid Wake Tech ID

From to at Scott Northern Wake Campus | Grassy Knoll (Behind Buildings B & C).

LDOC Celebration

Come celebrate the last day of classes with fun outdoor activities/ games. Bring your Wake Tech ID to receive free popcorn from Mad Popper and dessert from Kona Ice. 

From to at SNWC Grassy Knoll (Between buildings B & C).

Lucky LuckTEA Exam Session - RTP Edition

Exams are just around the corner. This is an opportunity to take a step back and participate in some relaxation activities. In conjunction with your ongoing enthusiastic study routine, your are invited to "create" your own luck by crafting a lucky bamboo arrangement. In Chinese culture, lucky bamboo is believed to add peacefulness and wise energy to life which is ideal around exam time. While creating your own bamboo arrangement a hot herbal tea bar will be available with multiple creative add-ins to customize your antioxidant filled relaxation concoction for optimal success! 

This event if FREE with your Wake Tech student ID.

From to at RTP Campus, 1st floor, Student Commons.

Soakin' Up the Sun at Perry Beach

Spring is here! It's time to celebrate the beautiful weather and the end of the semester! Join us for our large outdoor celebration of spring event including giveaways, craft activities, custom souvenirs, and a catered lunch!

Featured event attractions include:

~Create-Your-Own Surfboard Signs

~SpinArt Frisbee

~Surf Simulator https: Can you ride the wave?

A catered meal by Which Wich and dessert provided by LocoPops!

This event is free with your Wake Tech Student ID!

From to at Perry Health Sciences Campus, Between Bldgs A&C.

Tax Day

Guess what?! It's TAX SEASON!! And WTCC will help you celebrate it! JOIN US for some amazing facts and some free snacks on the 15th of April at SWC PLM lobby!

From to at SWC, PLM Lobby.

Human Library
The Human Library is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. It is a place where people are on loan to readers. A place where difficult questions are expected, appreciated, and answered. It is designed to challenge stereotypes and social stigmas by providing platforms for anyone who feels their identity has ever been misrepresented or negatively judged. Examples include: members of racial or ethnic minorities, members of the LGBTQIA community, military veterans or soldiers experiencing PTSD, people with disabilities or medical diagnoses, people who have experienced hardships or trauma, people who have been "typecast" for their interests or subcultures, or people who belong to any underrepresented and/or marginalized groups within the United States. It is a place for people to share their stories in a safe, judgement-free environment. 

From to at Western Wake Campus Library .

Human Library
The Human Library is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. It is a place where people are on loan to readers. A place where difficult questions are expected, appreciated, and answered. It is designed to challenge stereotypes and social stigmas by providing platforms for anyone who feels their identity has ever been misrepresented or negatively judged. Examples include: members of racial or ethnic minorities, members of the LGBTQIA community, military veterans or soldiers experiencing PTSD, people with disabilities or medical diagnoses, people who have experienced hardships or trauma, people who have been "typecast" for their interests or subcultures, or people who belong to any underrepresented and/or marginalized groups within the United States. It is a place for people to share their stories in a safe, judgement-free environment. 

From to at Southern Wake Campus | Howell Library, Building D .