Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars Applications Open
Since its inception in 2000, the Petit Scholars program has supported hundreds of top undergraduate researchers who have gone on to distinguished careers in research, medicine, and industry. Applications close Sept. 19.
In the spring, summer, and fall of 2021, Georgia Tech welcomed 4,876 students, including 100 more first-year students from Georgia than last year, and increased dual enrollment and transfer enrollment.
Many cases of Covid-19 may present as illness with mild symptoms — a runny nose, a sore throat, a headache. Dr. Benjamin Holton, senior director at Stamps Health Services, shares what he's seen and what action you should take if you have symptoms.
More than 200 portable air purifiers will be installed in centrally and departmentally scheduled classrooms ahead of the first day of classes Monday. The air purifiers or “scrubbers” improve air quality by decreasing particle number and particle volume concentrations within a single room.
Four recent Georgia Tech graduates were selected as Fulbright recipients for the 2021-22 school year. Nicholas Isaf, Chloe Kiernicki, Morgan Knowlton, and Andrew White will each spend one academic year in a participating country outside the U.S.
Jackets Moving Forward: A Note From President Cabrera
"I know you are as excited as I am to see our campus full of life again — classes and labs, vibrant residence and dining halls, old traditions and new friendships, and an exciting football season just around the corner! I am looking forward to welcoming both our newest and our returning students, faculty, and staff, and to work with you toward another successful year."
Week of Welcome kicks off this weekend with first-year move-in, followed by an entire week of events and programming to welcome Yellow Jackets to campus. Here’s a preview of some of the events happening during the week.