Georgia Tech: Class of 2023 Early Action Decision Breakdown

At noon today, we released Early Action admission decisions. Made up of innovators and influencers, our newly accepted students range from dancers to pilots, from entrepreneurs to environmentalists, from beekeepers to app developers. In their families, on their teams, and in their communities and schools, they have built, worked, played, changed, supported, and initiated.

We are excited to see them Create the Next on campus and beyond. We know you’ll be impressed by the Class of 2023 and the character, background, insights, passion, and the dynamic personalities they will add to our campus.

Early Action Decision Breakdown
Admitted: 20% (40% in Georgia, 14% outside of Georgia)
Deferred: 20%
Denied: 55%
Other: 5%

Admitted Profile
Mid-50% SAT: 1450 – 1550
Mid-50% ACT: 32 – 35
318 Georgia High Schools (96 Georgia counties)
50 States (and D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, and U.S. Virgin Islands)
55 Nations of Citizenship
54% Non-Engineers

While we celebrate the accomplishments, character, dynamics, and potential of this admitted group, I am also very cognizant that in your schools and communities there are phenomenal students we were unable to admit or who have been deferred from this round.

To help explain our holistic admission review process to students and families, we write a weekly admission blog centered around helping students and families navigate the admission experience in a more healthy, broad way.

In addition to our first-year class, Georgia Tech is also proud to enroll approximately 1,000 transfer students each year. We provide a number of unique transfer pathway programs designed to help students ultimately earn a Tech degree.

Go Jackets!
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Rick Clark
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Office of Undergraduate Admission • Georgia Institute of Technology • Atlanta, GA 30332-0320

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