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


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


The majority of Georgia Tech students are from our state.

Return on Investment

annual return

on in-state tuition investment

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Developing Leaders

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

STEM Success


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

Workforce Ready


of undergraduates surveyed had job offers at graduation.

Professional Education


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

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New Process Allows Georgia Students to Receive Earlier Admission Decision

Georgia high school seniors can now apply to Georgia Tech for admission in Early Action and receive their admission decision in December. Giving Georgia students the ability to apply earlier allows the admission team to prioritize their review of in-state applications.

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Georgia Tech Guarantees Admission to Georgia’s Valedictorians, Salutatorians

The Georgia Institute of Technology offers automatic acceptance to Georgia high school valedictorians and salutatorians under a program that launched in 2017.

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Metro Atlanta
A Promise Worth Making

The G. Wayne Clough Georgia Tech Promise Scholarship makes it possible for academically qualified in-state students with limited financial means to earn a Georgia Tech degree debt-free.

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Helping Georgia’s Students Take Flight

The Georgia Space Grant Consortium (GSGC) provides the resources and support for K-12 students to learn about aerospace engineering.

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EarSketch and Amazon Inspire Students to Code

In 2019, Amazon’s Future Engineer program added a music remix competition that teaches students how to write code, using Tech’s EarSketch platform. 

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Metro Atlanta
An Age of Empowerment

Diley (Dyla) Hernandez, the senior research scientist at CEISMC, is passionate about increasing K-12 and underrepresented student access to STEM education in Georgia.