On-campus visits are canceled through May 1. Fortunately, we have many options for virtual visits available on our website now with more coming over the next several weeks. Registration is available for live virtual information sessions with an admission advisor, which will begin March 25.
Check out our currently available virtual visit options, and stay tuned for more. We are working hard to bring campus to you, when you can’t get here to see it for yourself.
As always, demonstrated interest is NOT part of our admission process. These visits are for you, to help you begin to consider whether Tech is the right college fit for you!
With over 15,000 undergraduate students, more than 400 student organization and 17 NCAA Division I athletic programs there is always something happening on Georgia Tech’s campus. While you spend time on campus, make sure to give yourself some extra time outside of your schedule visit to explore on your own.
During the academic year, you can find many clubs and organizations tabling on Tech Walkway, and on Wednesdays, you can grab a bite to eat at the Farmer’s Market. There are many great dining options to try while you are on campus. Some popular highlights include the Student Center Food Court, North Avenue Dining Hall, and Brittain Dining Hall. If the weather is nice, be sure to check out the on-campus food trucks.
Once you know when you are planning to visit campus, make sure to check out the Campus Calendar to see what else might be happening and open to the public. With 17 NCAA Division I sports teams, there is a good chance you might be able to attend a home sporting event and cheer on the Yellow Jackets.
While you are visiting Georgia Tech, you should allow for some time to explore the great city of Atlanta. There are many ways to explore Atlanta prior to or after your Georgia Tech visit!
For visitors that want to spend some time outdoors, recommendations include exploring the Beltline, a walking and bike path around the city that was designed as part of Ryan Gravel’s Georgia Tech master’s thesis. Other outdoor activities includes exploring the Atlanta Botanical Gardens or hiking at Stone Mountain.
It can get pretty hot in Atlanta, so it is also a great idea to spend some time inside cooling off. About a mile from campus, you can visit the World of Coca-Cola, National Center for Civil and Human Rights and Georgia Aquarium.
If you are a sports fan, you can stop by the College Football Hall of Fame (is also located in Downtown Atlanta) or take in a professional sports game, like an Atlanta Braves baseball game, or an Atlanta United soccer game while you're in town.
You will definitely not go hungry while you are here in Atlanta. Ponce City Market is a great place for the whole family to find options that they like. The Ponce City Market Food Hall has over 20 different options to choose from! There are many great options for BBQ and southern comfort food choices (Take a look at some of Georgia Tech’s admission counselors’ restaurant recommendations).
We look forward to seeing you on campus! If you have any questions regarding visiting campus, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-894-4154 during normal business hours.