Georgia Tech: Early Action Decisions

Today at noon, we will be releasing over 15,500 admission decisions via Our Early Action applications were up approximately 8 percent from last year.Early Action Decision Breakdown

Admitted Profile

  • Average SAT: 1468
  • Average ACT: 33
  • Average Number of AP/IB/DE courses: 11
  • 300 Georgia High Schools
  • 46 States (and D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, and U.S. Virgin Islands)
  • 49 Nations

While it’s amazing to see the quality of students we are able to offer admission to, I am also very cognizant that in your schools and communities there are phenomenal students we are unable to admit or who are deferred from this round.

To help you explain our holistic admission review process to your students and families, we created this video. We also write regularly on our admission blog about how to navigate the admission process and all of the challenges and opportunities it brings.

Georgia Tech is also proud to enroll over 1,000 transfer students each year. Some of your students may have been offered, or may be interested in pursuing, an opportunity to take advantage of one of these transfer routes. Learn more here.

On behalf of our staff, I thank you for the incredible role you play in walking students and families through the admission process. Your empathy, grace, professionalism, and wisdom are greatly appreciated.

If you have any questions regarding our review process, please feel free to reach out to the admission counselor for your area.

Go Jackets!

Rick Clark
Director of Undergraduate Admission

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