Posted February 26, 2010 Atlanta, GA
Lisa Grovenstein, Director of Public Relations
The state budget took center stage at the State Capitol during budget subcommittee hearings earlier this week. While a number of funding scenarios were discussed, Georgia Tech will not know a specific course of action until the Board of Regents are able to act on the budget approved by the Georgia General Assembly later in the session.
For this reason, Georgia Tech is actively engaged with the University System of Georgia to devise a strategy that will enable us to maintain the value and quality of the degrees expected by our students and alumni. The Institute will continue to work with the Board of Regents to identify additional reduction amounts and opportunities for cost-savings during the coming weeks.