Georgia Tech’s most obvious, outward impact on our state is through education. Serving more than 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students, the Institute provides educational opportunities that serve individuals’ needs throughout their careers.

Leading the Way

#5
RANKING

Georgia Tech's ranking among public universities in the U.S. makes a world-class education accessible to qualified students in our state.

Serving Georgia

60%
in-state

The majority of Georgia Tech students are from our state.

Return on Investment

#8
annual return

on in-state tuition investment

SURE Interns lab tour on July 7, 2018. (Photo: Sean McNeil)

Developing Leaders

Georgia Tech develops exceptional engineers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and leaders from all backgrounds, ready to produce novel ideas and create solutions.

STEM Success

4,300+
graduates

earn science, technology, engineering, and mathematics degrees each year

Workforce Ready

90%

of undergraduates surveyed had job offers at graduation.

Professional Education

42,000
learners

annually benefit from Georgia Tech's professional development courses, certificate programs, and online degrees.

Our K-12 outreach programs connect Georgia Tech faculty and students with young learners and teachers across the state.

The G. Wayne Clough Georgia Tech Promise scholarship makes it possible for academically qualified in-state students with family incomes below $33,300 to earn a Georgia Tech degree debt-free.

From defense technologies and manufacturing, to business and K-12 programs, Georgia Tech Professional Education helps Georgians stand out in their careers and make immediate impacts.

Recent News

Catie and Carah Camron
Education
North Georgia (Rome)
Finding Sisterhood and Scholarship Through Engineering

Growing up in Cartersville, GA, the Camron sisters excelled in science and mathematics during high school, so naturally they looked at Georgia Tech as one of their top choices for college.

Abby Burke
Education
Statewide
Abigail Burke Makes the Most of Federal Jackets Internship

Abby Burke, a fourth-year student in the Ivan Allen College majoring in economics and international affairs (EIA), spent her summer working for the office of the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Atlanta.

Image of computer screen with code displayed
Education
Coastal Plain (Savannah)
Bringing Computer Science to Savannah's Classrooms

CEISMC and Georgia Tech-Savannah helped meet the professional development needs of Chatham County educators, adapting computer science training workshops to better fit teachers' lives and schedules.

students admitted to Tech and families
Education
Statewide
Georgia Tech Admission Delivers Early Action 1 Decisions to Georgia Students

More than 6,000 Georgia students who applied to Georgia Tech in Early Action 1 received their admission decisions on December 4, 2020. A total of 2,330 Georgia students were admitted, for an overall admit rate of 38%. Admitted students hail from 90 counties and 366 high schools around the state. 

photo of the 75th Rangers Regiment's Unmanned Ground Vehicle
Defense
Education
West Georgia (Carrollton)
Engineering Student Team Supporting Georgia's 75th Rangers Regiment Wins Best Overall Award at 2020 Capstone Expo

Sponsored by the state's 75th Rangers Regiment, T-Titans — a team of computer engineering and mechanical engineering students — earned the Best Overall Project award at the 2020 Capstone Expo. The group was sponsored by the Rangers to help improve the range of their Unmanned Ground Vehicle — a tool they use to assess dangerous situations without putting themselves in harm's way. 

Students gathered around the Einstein statue on Georgia Tech’s campus in Atlanta. (Photo: Allison Carter)
Education
Statewide
Georgia Tech Enrollment Continues to Rise Despite Pandemic

Georgia Tech’s Fall 2020 enrollment increased to nearly 40,000 students, a 9% increase over the previous year despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. More than 60% of undergraduates in the Fall 2020 class hailed from Georgia, and Tech continued to see overall increases in Hispanic or Latino, Black, and female students.