What is Slate.org?
Slate.org is a free tool for school counselors, independent counselors, and community-based organizations to check on student statuses in the admission process. Slate.org also allows counselors to conveniently and securely submit application-related materials directly to colleges and universities.
How does Georgia Tech use Slate.org?
We hope Slate.org is a helpful tool for you to upload documents, track your applicants' statuses, and receive notice of their decisions. Slate.org also allows us to convey a student’s decision to you after a student has viewed it.
How do I register?
Visit Slate.org and click the registration link in the main toolbar.
How do permissions work?
One member of your school will be designated to manage permissions. Click here for an overview of how to get started. If you have previously submitted documents through the Common Application, you are pre-approved for a Slate.org account.
Which documents can I upload through Slate.org?
You can upload all transcripts (excluding the final official version), letters of recommendation and other needed materials.
Why would I use Slate.org if my school already utilizes SCOIR, Naviance or another platform to submit documents electronically?
It is our strong preference to receive documents electronically – whether it’s through Common App, Naviance, Parchment or a similar platform. Even if you typically utilize one of these options, there may be times you find you need to submit a corrected transcript or other non-standard document. For those of you who utilize the platforms above, Slate.org is simply another option and a great way to submit that information securely. If you work at a school that does not have access to electronic document submission, Slate.org will provide this functionality.
How else may I utilize Slate.org?
Slate.org may also be used to schedule and advertise opportunities for college representatives to visit your school.