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    Georgia Institute of Technology: Ranking, Fees & Admission

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    Georgia Institute of Technology: Ranking, Fees, Admission 2025

    Georgia Institute of Technology, also known as Georgia Tech, is known for its innovative approach to education. It was founded in 1885 and has a large campus that covers 400 acres.

    Georgia Tech is well-regarded for its programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), attracting students from around the globe. In fall 2022, it had 18,415 students enrolled, and it follows a semester-based class schedule. In the 2024 edition of Best Colleges, Georgia Tech was ranked #33 among National Universities.

    If you’re thinking about applying to Georgia Tech in 2025, our guide has everything you need to know. From rankings to tuition fees to the application process, we’ve got you covered.

    In terms of tuition fees,  in-state students have to pay $11,764, while out-of-state students pay $32,876.

    1. Overview of Georgia Institute of Technology 

    Georgia Tech, part of the University System of Georgia, has campuses in Savannah, Metz, Shenzhen, and Singapore. It’s consistently ranked among the top 10 public universities in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report, known for its engineering and computing programs, along with majors in business, design, liberal arts, and sciences. With a history of innovation, Georgia Tech hosts the Georgia Tech Research Institute, a major research organization. Its alumni have founded successful companies like The Home Depot, Chick-fil-A, and Delta Air Lines.

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    2. Ranking and Recognition

    Georgia Institute of Technology consistently secures top positions in national and global rankings, affirming its status as a leading institution in higher education. Its world-class faculty and groundbreaking research initiatives contribute to its reputation for excellence.

    #33 in National Universities
    #10 in Top Public Schools
    #94 in Best Value Schools
    #3 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
    #17 in  Undergraduate Business Programs
    #5 in Most Innovative Schools

    3. Academic Programs and Faculty

    1. Class sizes are small
    Georgia Tech has a student-to-teacher ratio of 22:1. This means there’s usually only one teacher for every 22 students in a class.
    2. Lots of small classes

    Over 29% of classes at Georgia Tech have fewer than 20 students. This allows for more personalized attention from teachers.

    3. Popular majors

    Engineering, Computer Science, Business, Biology, and Math are some of the most popular choices for students at Georgia Tech. There are also programs in Art, Social Sciences, and Architecture.

    4. Students stay happy

     Nearly all freshmen (97%) return for their sophomore year, which suggests they’re satisfied with their experience at Georgia Tech

    4. Campus Life and Facilities (Live, Learn, and Connect)

    Campus life in Georgia Institute of Technology blends the entertainment, educational, and economic opportunities of a global city with the charm and character of tight-knit, diverse neighborhoods.

    Our Midtown area is bustling with activity, providing opportunities for creativity, learning, living, working, and leisure. Atlanta’s array of neighborhoods caters to all tastes, offering various housing options from apartments and lofts to bungalows and grand estates. As the state’s main economic and cultural center, Atlanta boasts numerous attractions, local businesses, tech startups, and multinational companies. The city also offers a vibrant culinary scene, theaters, museums, and concert halls for residents and visitors alike to enjoy.

    5. Admission Process 

    The admission rate for Georgia Institute of Technology is 17%, with an early admission rate of 21.7%. Among admitted applicants who provided test scores, half scored between 1370 and 1550 on the SAT or between 31 and 35 on the ACT.

    The application deadline at Georgia Institute of Technology  (First-Year Admission Deadlines)

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    Application Plan 2024 Application Deadline Document Deadline Self-Reported Test Deadline
    Early Action 1 (Georgia Student Only) October 16 October 30 November 20
    Early Action 2 (Non-Georgia Student Only) November 1 November 15 January 2

    Students will apply to Georgia Tech using the Common Application. Application fee is $75

    Early Action Deadlines

    There are two Early Action deadlines at Georgia Tech, but they depend on your residency:

    • Early Action 1 (Georgia Residents Only): This deadline is for students who attend a high school in Georgia or who are Georgia residents living outside the state.
    • Early Action 2 (Non-Georgia Residents): This deadline is for students who attend a high school outside Georgia (including international students) and are not Georgia residents.

    Regular Decision Deadline

    This is the last date to apply for first-year admission for the following summer/fall term. The application and evaluation is the same as for Early Action.

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    Document Deadlines

    All application files will include:

    • Common Application.
    • Official transcript(s) with 9-12th courses and 9-11th grades. Students who are deferred or apply Regular Decision are required to submit an updated transcript with Fall term senior grades.
    • Self-reported or official ACT/SAT Scores.
    • Additional documents requested via your admission portal.

    Transcripts

    How to Submit Your Transcripts:
    • Deadline: Your transcripts must be submitted electronically or mailed by the application deadline listed in the table (depending on the round you applied for).
    • Dual Enrollment: If you took classes at a community college while in high school (dual enrollment), make sure those classes are listed on your official high school transcript. (If they’re not listed, have the college you attended send a separate transcript directly to Georgia Tech.)
    • Admitted Students: If you’re admitted and decide to enroll, you’ll need to have an official transcript sent directly from the college you took dual enrollment classes at. This will be considered for any transfer credits you may be eligible for.
    Key points:
    • Submit transcripts on time (check the application deadline table).
    • Make sure dual enrollment courses appear on your high school transcript or request a separate transcript from the college.
    • Admitted students need official transcripts from dual enrollment colleges for transfer credit evaluation.

    Test Scores 

    We highly recommend that you report your SAT/ACT scores yourself through your application or applicant portal. Alternatively, you can also have them sent officially from the testing agency. Paying an expedited rush fee to meet the test score deadline isn’t necessary because you can self-report scores through your admission portal.

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    Admission process for Georgia Tech 

    1. Apply Online: Fill out an application form on Georgia Tech’s website. You’ll provide info about yourself, your grades, and activities.
    2. Send Transcripts: Ask your school to send your official grades to Georgia Tech.
    3. Test Scores: If needed, send your SAT or ACT scores to Georgia Tech.
    4. Recommendation Letters: Some programs may need letters from teachers saying you’re a good student.
    5. Extra Stuff: Some programs might want extra things like art samples or essays.
    6. Pay Fee: There’s a fee to apply, but you might get it waived if you can’t afford it.
    7. Watch Deadlines: Make sure you send everything in on time.
    8. Wait for Decision: Georgia Tech looks at your grades, tests, and other stuff to decide if you get in.
    9. Get Notified: They’ll email you to let you know if you got accepted.

    6. Tuition and Financial Aid 

    Georgia Institute of Technology’s tuition is $10,258 for in-state and $32,940 for out-of-state students.

    Category Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
    Tuition $10,258 $32,940
    Mandatory Student Fees $1,580 $1,580
    Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $840 $840
    First-year Housing Allowance (on or off campus) $7,450 $7,450
    First-year Food Service Plan $5,950 $5,950
    Personal, Travel and/or Other Miscellaneous expenses $3,360 $3,360
    Total per Year (2 semesters) $29,438 $52,120

    Conclusion:

    As we look ahead to 2025, Georgia Tech stands poised to continue its legacy of excellence, innovation, and impact. For aspiring students eager to embark on a transformative educational journey, Georgia Tech offers an unparalleled environment to thrive, grow, and make a difference in the world. Explore the possibilities and seize the opportunity to join the Georgia Tech community, where the future is waiting to be shaped.

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