Students may apply to Georgia Tech using the Common Application only. You may start an application at any time during your high school career, and we will open for your application submission on August 1 prior to your senior year.
We admit students for both the Summer and Fall Academic Terms, and ALL applicants will be considered for both terms. Over 20% of our First-year class begins their Georgia Tech education in the Summer Term.
|Application Plan||2022 Application Deadline||Document Deadline||Self-Reported Test Score Deadline||Decision Release|
|Early Action 1
Georgia Students Only
|Monday, October 18||November 1||December 1||December 11|
|Early Action 2
Non-Georgia Students Only
|Monday, November 1||November 15||January 5||January 29|
|Regular Decision||Wednesday, January 5||January 19||February 1||March 5 (Georgia high schools only)
March 25 (non-Georgia)
Please note: All deadlines are 11:59 p.m. in your time zone (for example, a student who lives in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, must submit their application by Oct. 18 at 11:59 p.m. EDT).
Students with incomplete Early Action files may complete their application and be considered for admission in Regular Decision. Students who do not complete their file by the document deadline for Regular Decision will have their application closed.
An Early Action application to Georgia Tech is non-binding, and the application and evaluation is the same as for Regular Decision.
Students who wish to be considered for academic scholarships, such as the Stamps President's Scholars Program, Scheller Dean's Scholarship and others, must apply by the appropriate Early Action deadline (depending on Georgia status). No separate scholarship application is required.
This is the last date to apply for first-year admission for the following summer/fall term. The application and evaluation is the same as for Early Action.
All application files will include:
Transcripts must be submitted electronically or postmarked no later than the date listed in the table above for the round you have applied. Students who have taken dual enrollment courses should ensure those courses are listed on their high school transcript or request the college attended to send your transcript to us directly.
SAT/ACT scores may be self-reported on your application or via your applicant portal. They may also be submitted officially from the testing agency. We will consider any scores you report by the document deadline for the round in which you apply. We do not recommend paying the expedited rush fee to meet this deadline since you can self-report scores through your admission portal. Click here for more information on test scores.
Additional documents may be requested upon review of your file. These documents will be due by the document deadline for that round or as soon as possible if requested after the deadline.
Georgia Tech uses the Common App for first-year admission. You will need to create a Common App account before starting your application, if you do not already have one.