Prepare for Your Visit

We look forward to meeting you! We find that visiting campus is the number one way students make decisions to apply to and attend Georgia Tech. Here is some important information to help you prepare for your visit.


Campus visits and events will be held in the John Lewis Student Center and Stamps Commons or the Ferst Center for the Arts. Please be sure to refer to your visit confirmation emails to see the exact check-in location for your visit.


Parking is highlighted in orange on the map below. We recommend parking in the Visitor Area 3 parking deck (Student Center Parking Deck W02) as it is the closest parking option to the John Lewis Student Center and Stamps Commons and the Ferst Center for the Arts.  Visitor Area 1 can also be utilized if Visitor Area 3 is at capacity.

Please note: Georgia Tech Admissions does not validate visitor parking. Please visit our GT visitor parking website to see the visitor parking locations and parking rates for visitor parking.

Campus Map

Campus Map

Area Hotels

Click the link below to view a list of hotels that are close to campus. Some may offer special rates for prospective students, families, and visitors to the Institute.

Local Lodging

Disability Accommodations

Below are a few of the disability accommodations we offer to campus visitors. Disability Services is also available to meet with families throughout the day.  If you are interested in speaking to someone about available accommodations, please contact Disability Services directly to request an appointment.

We offer two different options for families in need of mobility assistance. The first is a wheelchair accessible tour route, which utilizes elevators wherever possible. This route highlights the same resources and facilities as our usual route and provides a comprehensive overview of campus. If you are interested in our wheelchair accessible tour route, please email our office at least 24 hours prior to your visit.

If someone in your party has a hearing impairment, please notify our office a minimum of one week in advance. The admission counselor providing the information session will utilize a microphone to ensure that you are able to clearly hear the presentation and your tour guide will also be equipped with a microphone. We are unable to offer interpreters, but can provide you with a printed copy of the presentation.

Guide dogs are welcome on campus and within all buildings. If you will be bringing a guide dog, please let us know a minimum of 24 hours in advance, so that we can inform your tour guide.

If you have additional questions, please contact our office. We look forward to having you visit campus!

Campus Visit Bingo

Campus Visit Bingo

Keep the fun going at your campus visit! Our bingo game will keep you listening for important information and asking good questions.

Download Bingo Sheet