Regular decision pool was announced March 12th at Georgia Tech

March 2016

Greetings from Atlanta! Decision release day for freshman applicants in our Regular Decision pool was March 12, when we released more than 18,000 decisions online at
Once again, the incoming class is shaping up to be the most academically talented and geographically diverse in Institute history.

•    Total Applications: 30,520 (up 12% percent)
•    Admitted: 25%
•    Wait list Offers: 12%
•    Denied: 57%
•    Canceled: 6%

Click here to view a full profile and for access to a checklist for students as they plan their enrollment.

If students have questions, please contact your area counselor.

Go Jackets!

Rick Clark
Director of Undergraduate Admission

Admission Offers

Accepted Students:

•    All information regarding the next steps for accepted students can be found in the applicant portal, BuzzPort. Students will also receive an acceptance packet within the next two weeks.

•    Financial aid awards will be available in BuzzPort in early April.

•    Students offered admission for the Late Short Summer session should read these helpful FAQs.

Wait Listed Students:

•    3,800 students were offered a place on our wait list and must accept or decline by April 6, 2016.

•    In past years, approximately two-thirds of the students offered a place on the wait list accepted.

•    Please take a moment to review our Wait list FAQ page for additional information that will be helpful when talking to your students about this decision.
We’re also discussing the wait list on the admission blog this week, and we encourage you to share this information with students and families, as you see fit.

Virtual Campus Tour

We know it isn’t always possible for interested students to visit our campus, so to bring our campus to students, we have partnered with YOUVisit to create a virtual tour. With 360-degree views, elaborate photos, and quick videos, we truly believe the Tech spirit is evident in this virtual reality.

Summer Camp Opportunities

Do you think you would have had a better start in life had you known a little more about money and investing? Do you know high school students who would benefit from a week of financial training at Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business?
Encourage them to join us this summer — especially if they live locally or have family in the Atlanta area! Five sections are available beginning in June, and registration is open now.
Topics include: investment strategies, personal finance, hedging, and trading.
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