The Carnegie Building, where the Office of the President is located, is part of Georgia Tech’s historic district. Until 1953 it served as the campus library.
The Office of the President at Georgia Tech is responsible for determining the overall strategic direction and priorities for one of the nation’s most academically prestigious universities focused on technological research and education. Providing leadership to a campus of 20,000 students and more than 5,000 faculty and staff members, the Office of the President is Georgia Tech’s liaison to key external stakeholders such as the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, the Georgia Governor's Office, and the Georgia General Assembly.
With an approach that is both visionary and pragmatic, the Office of the President strives to ensure that all campus units have the resources they need to be successful.