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Prospective Students

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Why Georgia Tech?

Top-ranked, tech-focused academics. A culture of entrepreneurship. Cutting-edge research. Awesome campus life.

Launch Virtual Tour

Virtual Campus Tour

Take a virtual tour of Tech’s campus, where one of our students will show you around — or take you just where you want to go.

Parents

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Parents and Families

Parents and families play an integral role in their student's success at Georgia Tech.

Alumni

GT Alumni networking event

Alumni

The Georgia Tech Alumni Association hosts networking opportunities, career services, events, online services, and programs.

Government & Community

Georgia Tech President Peterson with government officials

Government & Community Partners

The Office of Government and Community Relations is the Institute's primary connection to the federal, state, and local governments and communities. 

Industry

Industry Collaborations

Your business is unique. Knowing that, Georgia Tech develops customized partnerships to drive success and help you gain insight into what’s new and what’s next in your industry. First, we listen. Then we identify opportunities. And then we connect your company to the right Georgia Tech resources.

News & Events

40-Year Math Mystery and Four Generations of Figuring

In social media and much computer technology, a field of math called Graph Theory is used to make networks work. Georgia Tech mathematicians have solved a 40-year Graph Theory mystery.

U.S. Energy Secretary Visit Highlights Georgia Tech’s Energy Collaborations

U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz visited the Georgia Institute of Technology Tuesday, May 24.
Thursday
May
26

Memorial Day Recognition Event

10:30am
Student Center Theater
Join us on May 26 as we recognize Memorial Day.

Thursday
May
26

Inform Georgia Tech: Government Relations

11:15am to 12:15pm
Clary Theater, Bill Moore Student Success Center
The Georgia Tech Staff Council is presenting its second Inform Georgia Tech session with Dene Sheheane, vice president, Government & Community Relations, discussing Government and Georgia Tech.

What Should Our Cities Look Like in 2030?

Bruce Stiftel

Bruce Stiftel

Professor 
School of City and Regional Planning, College of Design
 
Chairperson, School of City and Regional Planning

Two-thirds of the world’s population will be living in cities by 2030, according to a new report from the United Nations. These fast-growing cities need to plan now to develop improved housing and social services that will promote green living and close the growing gap between rich and poor, the...