Black Student Recruitment Team


The Black Student Recruitment Team (BSRT) is a group of Georgia Tech undergraduate students committed to increasing black student enrollment on campus. Working diligently with the Office of Undergraduate Admission, this volunteer group participates in events both on and off campus throughout the year, interacting with prospective students while sharing their lived experiences.

As students start to navigate the college admission process, both prospective and admitted students will have the opportunity to interact with BSRT at various events throughout the academic year.

Student Stories and Resources


OMED: Educational Services is charged with the retention and development of traditionally underrepresented students: African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and Multiracial. 

Institute Diversity

Institute Diversity ensures Tech recruits, develops, retains and engages a diverse team of students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of backgrounds, perspectives, interest and talents.


The Center for Engineering Education and Diversity (CEED) has 8 programs, three of which are institutional. Their office prides itself on offering a “home away from home” environment for all those who enter.

Black Alumni

The Georgia Tech Black Alumni Organization (GTBAO) helps to promote and facilitate the engagement of Black Alumni with the GT Alumni Association and the Institute by bringing together the best and brightest to network, encourage, inspire and inform, our group.


The African American Student Union at Georgia Tech was founded in 1968. We are guided by our eight pillars of unity: self cultural awareness, effective leadership, community service, scholarship, coalition building, social awareness, political awareness, and economic empowerment.

Black Engineers

The Georgia Tech Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers exists to serve out the NSBE Mission at Tech within the Greater Atlanta Community.