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.
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BSRT is a group of Georgia Tech undergraduate students committed to increasing black student enrollment on campus. This volunteer group participates in events both on and off campus throughout the year, interacting with prospective students while sharing their lived experiences.Email BSRT
HRT is a group of Georgia Tech undergraduate students that are committed to increasing Hispanic student enrollment on campus. The Team is here to give you the first-hand student perspective on campus life, academics, traditions and Atlanta as you research your right-fit college.Email HRT
WRT is an active and passionate group of women, who are current undergraduate students at Georgia Tech, striving to encourage and increase female enrollment. WRT members are enthusiastic about Georgia Tech and would love to share their first-hand student experiences with you!Email WRT
Meet Georgia Tech students and alumni who were the first in their families to go to college, and find resources available to other first-generation students.
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.
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 International Ambassadors (GTIA) are united in their eagerness to share the Georgia Tech international student experience with prospective students from around the globe.Email a GTIA Member
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