Georgia Tech aims to empower people of all backgrounds and stages of life to learn and contribute to technological and human progress. Built into the Institute’s strategic plan, Georgia Tech is focused on building an exceptional and diverse community of learning, discovery, and creation in an inclusive and collaborative environment. Learn more about the steps Georgia Tech is taking to expand access to students of all backgrounds.
Students are what make Georgia Tech special! With more than 60 chartered student organizations exploring religious, racial, sexual, and ethnic identity (but open to all), our students find a way to celebrate, strengthen, and share their part of the robust cultural melting pot that thrives in our campus community.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission has various DEI Recruitment Teams available to connect with prospective students! Connect with us to learn about our experiences!
Black Student Recruitment Team (BSRT)
Hispanic Recruitment Team (HRT)
Women’s Recruitment Team (WRT)
First-Generation Students Programs (FGSP) collaborates with diverse campus and community partners to provide support through co-curricular programming for first-generation students.Explore First-Gen Programs
The LGBTQIA Resource Center at Georgia Tech coordinates a range of programs and events throughout the year and provides safe spaces for LGBTQIA students to build community and explore their identities.LGBTQIA Resource Center
CEED proudly collaborates with other Georgia Tech offices and student organizations as well as alumni, national organizations, corporations, the K-12 community, and other universities to create and support a diversified engineering workforce.Explore CEED
The Institute has over 40 student organizations that define themselves as spiritual or religious. These organizations offer a plethora of opportunities for students to engage in fun, fellowship, leadership, and service.Explore Spiritual Organizations
As part of Institute Diversity’s Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, OMED: Educational Services is charged with the retention and development of traditionally underrepresented students: African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and multiracial. However, its programs and initiatives are open to all Georgia Tech students.Explore OMED
The Georgia Tech Women’s Resource Center advances gender equity across identities by cultivating opportunities for community building, transformative learning, collaborative leadership, and identity development for graduate and undergraduate women.Women’s Resource Center
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.Explore SHPE
Georgia Tech Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers mission is “to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.”Explore GTSBE
The Office of Disability Services collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create a campus environment that is usable, equitable, sustainable, and inclusive of all members of the Georgia Tech community. Disability is an aspect of diversity integral to society and Georgia Tech. If students encounter academic, physical, technological, or other barriers on campus, the Disability Services team collaborates with the student to find creative solutions and reasonable accommodation.