Creating the Next!
Georgia Institute of Technology is a leading research university committed to improving the human condition through advanced science and technology. Ranked as the #7 best public university, Georgia Tech provides a focused, technologically based education to more than 21,500 undergraduate and graduate students.
First year application requirements:
One complete application Standardized test scores:
You may self-report standardized test scores on your application as a temporary place holder for official scores allowing us to get a head start on review of your file. We will consider self-reported scores listed on your application testing section only, as we are not able to accept self-reported scores via email, fax or the postal service. If you are admitted and choose to enroll at Georgia Tech, you will be required to submit official test scores.
Suggested but not required:
One teacher recommendation One counselor recommendation
First-Year Deadlines & Fees: Application Deadline :
- Early Action Applications Due: Oct. 15
- Document Deadline: December 1
- Decision Date: January 12, 2019
- Regular Decision Applications Due: Jan. 1
- Document Deadline: February 1
All deadlines are 11:59 p.m. in your time zone.
*Documents (transcripts, letters of recommendation, etc.) must be sent by the deadline listed above. Deadlines for SAT/ACT scores can be found here.
The non-refundable first year application fee is $75 (international applicants: $85). Students who pay an application fee but do not submit an application will not have their fee refunded.
Students qualifying for a need-based fee waiver will indicate this on their application.
First-year applicants to Georgia Tech will be reviewed in a selective, holistic admission process. Our holistic review includes consideration of the following factors:
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Georgia Tech undergraduates receive more than $105 million in need and merit-based aid. The best place to start exploring your options, determine what you're eligible for, and learn how to begin applying for financial aid is the step-by-step guides created by Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA):
Financial Aid Applications Due: Jan. 31
FAFSA (Georgia Tech's Title IV school code is 001569) Georgia Tech provides a national Net Price Calculator. Please note due to the federal sources and reporting standards, the costs listed in the calculator are a historical snapshot based on the 2013-2014 academic year. In most cases, will not reflect your actual costs. Rather, it is more to give you a sense of what the overall costs of attending Tech during that timeframe were and how total costs are calculated. To learn more about how to apply for financial aid, visit the financial aid Guide.
About Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia Tech's prime location in Atlanta, Georgia, combines the entertainment, educational, and economic opportunities of an international city with the flavor and personality of close-knit, eclectic neighborhoods.
Our Midtown neighborhood is a thriving place to create, learn, live, work, and play. The city's network of diverse neighborhoods offers a taste of home for everyone — from apartments, lofts, and high-rises to small bungalows or impressive mansions. As the state's economic and cultural hub, Atlanta is packed with attractions, small businesses, high-tech startups, and multinational corporations, along with restaurants, theaters, museums, and concert venues.
Within an easy walk to campus are green spaces and parks, including Centennial Olympic Park, Piedmont Park, and the Atlanta BeltLine — a network of public parks, multi-use trails, and multiple public transit options.