Blueprint is Georgia Tech's official student yearbook. It was established in 1908 and is the second oldest student organization on campus. Their staff meets Thursday nights at 7 pm in Room 137 of the Student Services Building.
The first issue was edited by John G. Chapman. The yearbook was first published in 1908 under the name Blue Print. The name changed to Blueprint in 1956. It was published for the Georgia School of Technology, as Georgia Institute of Technology was known at the time. It featured sections on the history of the school, the classes, sports, organizations, fraternities, and advertisements. Sections were broken up with poems inserted throughout the book.