Scholarships Make Education Accessible
Undergraduate scholarships make a Georgia Tech education possible for many students.
- Need-based scholarships ensure that bright, academically qualified students who lack financial resources can attend Georgia Tech.
- Merit-based scholarships help Georgia Tech compete for the best students – both in-state and out.
- International scholarships do two things: they attract well-qualified international students who would like to attend Georgia Tech, and they make it possible for current Tech students to study abroad.
Support for undergraduate scholarships helps to make Georgia Tech more competitive, more diverse, and more accessible.
Graduate fellowships fund master’s and doctoral students. Compared to similar schools, Georgia Tech currently offers fewer fellowships to fewer students. This puts the Institute at a competitive disadvantage, since well-qualified master’s and doctoral students typically have their pick among schools. Graduate fellowships allow students to concentrate on teaching and research — to excel in their fields — rather than worrying about money. Investing in graduate fellowships may well help to solve real-world problems, cure diseases, and address societal ills.
Substantial investments in graduate fellowships will also improve the Institute’s rankings, helping Georgia Tech move into the elite, top-tier of research universities.
For Permanent Endowment: $145M
For Current Operations: $5M
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Video: Undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships are the life-blood of the Institute.
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