In addition to groundbreaking research opportunities, Georgia Tech offers an array of resources designed specifically for graduate students, including graduate and family housing, the Graduate Co-op Program, the Graduate Student Senate, and many more.
Paying your tuition and fees
Keeping in touch
- Campus Recreation Center
- Career Services
- Counseling Center (dealing with stress)
- Disability Services
- Fellowships Information (finding new fellowships)
- Financial Aid (current fellowships, loans, etc.)
- Health Services
- Housing [3MB .pdf]
- Library (special page for graduate students)
- Parking & Transportation Services
- Teaching support (Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning)
- Women’s Resource Center
- Work opportunities off campus (Graduate Coop Program)
- Writing help and more (Communications Center)
- Office of International Education
- English language training (The Language Institute)
- International Teaching Assistant classes (Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning)
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is health insurance available for graduate students and their families?
- Georgia Tech offers a voluntary supplementary health insurance policy for students. Details can be found at Stamps Health Services.
- Where can graduate assistants get help with enhancing their teaching skills?
- Georgia Tech’s Center for Teaching and Learning has a series of programs during the year to help graduate students become more effective teachers.
- How can I get more involved in graduate student activities?
- The Graduate Student Government offers graduate students a chance to have a voice in the Institute’s affairs, and is a great place to get started.