Scholarships and Grants
"Gift aid" funding for students with significant financial need. They do not require repayment.
A college education is a significant investment. Georgia Tech and the College provide detailed information to assist prospective students in weighing tuition, fees, and other expenses against future earning potential. Georgia Tech offers its students excellent returns on their investments.
Costs for the current academic year can be found on the Bursar’s Office website. Tuition and fees for the next academic year are set each spring by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, and are updated on the Bursar’s Office website as soon as possible.
The Institute awards undergraduates more than $105 million in need and merit-based aid. If you are accepted to Georgia Tech, advisors in the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) will work with you to make your degree attainable.
Financial aid within the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts includes scholarships, awards, and jobs. Ivan Allen College advisors and undergraduate coordinators are happy to work with students to understand and apply for these options, as well as to complete applications for prestigious non-Georgia Tech fellowships and scholarships.