Transfer Pathway Programs

A variety of transfer pathways are available for students interested in transferring to the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Atlanta Public Schools (APS) Pathway Program

First-year applicants from Atlanta Public Schools (APS) not offered first-year admission have the opportunity to apply as a transfer student within two years after their high school graduation date as part of the APS pathway program.

Review Atlanta Public Schools Pathway guidelines

Arts & Sciences Pathway Program

Applicants who are not offered first-year admission within the College of Design, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, and College of Sciences may be given the opportunity to apply as a transfer student through the Arts and Sciences Pathway program. This program is for previous first-year applicants only for the fall term. 

Review Arts & Sciences Pathway guidelines.

Conditional Transfer Pathway Program

Applicants who are not offered first-year admission and have a family member (grandparent, parent, sibling, or Tech employee) affiliated with Georgia Tech at the point of application may be given the opportunity to apply as a transfer student through the Conditional Transfer Pathway Program. This program is for previous year first-year applicants only.

Review Conditional Pathway guidelines.

Dual Degree Engineering Program

Dual Degree students attend a participating Dual Degree institution for three years then attend Georgia Tech for two years within one of the College of Engineering’s undergraduate degree programs. Upon completion of the engineering program, students receive a bachelor’s degree from their home institution, and a bachelor’s degree in their engineering program at Georgia Tech.

Review Dual Degree guidelines.

First-Generation Pathway Program

First-year applicants not offered first-year admission who have first-generation college student status have the opportunity to apply as a transfer student through the First-Generation Pathway Program. First-generation status includes applicants whose parents did not complete a baccalaureate degree. This program is for previous first-year applicants who are Georgia residents or domestic non-residents and only for the fall term.

Review First-Generation Pathway guidelines.

Regent’s Engineering Pathway Program (REPP)

REPP students attend a participating REPP institution for two years then attend Georgia Tech for two years within one of the College of Engineering’s undergraduate degree programs.  Upon completion of the engineering program, students receive a bachelor’s degree at Georgia Tech.

Review REPP guidelines.

Talent Initiative Pathway Program

As part of Georgia Tech's commitment to the American Talent Initiative*, applicants who are not offered first-year admission and are eligible for the Federal Pell Grant at the point of application may be given the opportunity to apply as a transfer student through the Talent Initiative Pathway Program. 

Review Talent Initiative Pathway guidelines.

Veterans Pathway Program

This program is uniquely designed to assist military veterans who have completed active duty within the past five years.

Review Veterans Pathway Program guidelines.