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FEATURED EVENT: FASET ORIENTATION

Registration now open • Sessions begin June 13

New undergraduate students and their guests are invited to attend this fun and informative orientation to Georgia Tech. One- and two-day sessions are held throughout the summer. You won't want to miss it, so register as soon as possible to reserve your spot! 


Majors and Degrees

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Georgia Tech offers a wide variety of technologically focused degrees. Explore the more than 130 majors and minors available.

Prospective Students

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Choosing the right college can be complex. Learn more about Georgia Tech's academics, admissions, campus life, costs, and aid.

Admissions

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Our holistic admission process considers your academic background as well as your pursuits and interests outside the classroom.

Alumni Association

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Connecting our global network of alumni through events, volunteer opportunities, and career help.

Government Relations

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Working with government partners to advance the Institute and our surrounding communities.

Research

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Breaking down barriers and collaborating on research at the intersection of disciplines.

Upcoming Events

Recent News

Major Internet Network Outage Scheduled for Sunday

Beginning at 8 a.m. Sunday, May 27, there will be a planned service disruption to Georgia Tech’s internet network due to a software upgrade to a core campus router.

Multimillion-Dollar Center for Math, Biology

Project consists of three centers, including the Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology at Georgia Tech.

Expert Voices

Liberal Arts Degrees are "Enough" in a Tech-based World

Holly Dragoo

Holly Dragoo

Research Associate
On May 1, 2018, Holly Dragoo, wrote an opinion piece explaining why more companies should consider liberal arts majors for their cybersecurity workforce. Dragoo, a research associate with the Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research Lab at the Georgia Tech Research...

Half of Earth’s satellites restrict use of climate data

Mariel Borowitz

Mariel Borowitz

Assistant Professor
On April 3, 2018, Assistant Professor Mariel Borowitz wrote for The Conversation about the world's weather satellites. They can be used to predict weather, gather data about climate change and keep an eye on natural disasters. But, according to Borowitz, data from more than half of unclassified...