The university encourages and actively supports students to form vibrant clubs. This promotes the development of attributes that will enhance their personal and professional lives.
The following are the clubs currently operating on campus:
The National Society of Black Engineers(NSBE) GTUC CHAPTER
NSBE-GTUC is one of the several chapters of a US based organization.
The GTUC chapter aims at stimulating and developing student interest in the various engineering disciplines. It also aims at promoting public awareness of engineering.
Technology Students Association (TESA):
This is an IT biased association which aims at equipping their members with entrepreneurial skills.
All Christians Fellowship:
This association supports the deepening of the spiritual and devotional life of students and also promotes earnest study of Christian doctrine, practice and living.
Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
EWB-GTUC is affiliated to EWB- Columbia University in the USA. Members of this association are dedicated to applying knowledge in engineering to design and implement feasible solutions aimed at improving the quality of life in disadvantaged rural communities in Ghana and other countries.
Students are provided with the opportunity to become involved in community service activities and contribute their quota towards the upliftment of society.