Georgia Tech Admission Announces Final Round of Decisions

In total, over 8,200 were admitted as first-year students this year, with Tech aiming to enroll 3,900 first-year students across Summer and Fall 2024.

Nearly 60,000 students applied for admission into the 2024 first-year class at Georgia Tech this year, with 8,250 receiving admission offers.  

The admit rate for Georgia residents was 33%, and 10% for non-residents. Admitted students hail from 111 countries, all 50 states (plus the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands), 130 Georgia counties, and 3,025 high schools. Of these admitted students, 10% are first-generation college students. 

“We are dedicated to recruiting students who align with Tech’s mission to develop leaders who advance technology and improve the human condition,” said Mary Tipton Woolley, interim executive director of the Office of Undergraduate Admission. “This year’s admitted students showcase tremendous academic talent and impact on their schools and communities.” 

The Office of Undergraduate Admission received a record number of first-year applications during both Regular Decision and Early Action application periods. And following intensive travel efforts across the state of Georgia, applications from Georgia students increased 13% this year. 

“As we’ve intensified our focus on recruiting students from across our state, I’m proud of the work our team did to visit 60 more counties than in past years,” said Woolley. “Expanding access starts in our home state.” 

To support the Institute’s strategic plan to expand access and provide opportunities for all enrolled students, from the 8,250 students offered admission, Tech aims to enroll approximately 3,900 students in this first-year class. This represents a 4% student increase from last year and a record high for the Institute.  

Currently, over 2,000 students have accepted their admission offer by paying their enrollment deposit. But Tech has extended the enrollment commitment deposit deadline to May 15 for incoming first-year students classified as Georgia residents. The deadline for students classified as non-Georgia residents remains May 1.  

In the coming weeks, Undergraduate Admission and departments across campus will host multiple tailored campus visit events for admitted students. 

“The admission team has and will continue to work hard to recruit top students, but we can’t do our work without the support of deeply engaged campus partners who are committed to helping us enroll a fantastic new class,” said Woolley.  

View the 2024 first-year admitted profile below or on the admission website.

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