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Moving the Needle on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Georgia Tech is consistently rated among the top universities in the nation for the graduation of underrepresented minorities in engineering, physical sciences, and architecture and planning. Check out the snapshot below of some of our rankings with Diverse: Issues in Higher Education (2020-2021).

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Doctoral degrees in engineering awarded to African-Americans
Master’s degrees in computer & information sciences awarded to Asian-American students
Bachelor’s degrees in engineering awarded to all racial/ethnic minority students
Doctoral degrees in engineering awarded to Hispanic students

Empowering Student Success

Our departments and programs promote pathways to success for underrepresented minority and women students on campus. We provide resources and support for students and the faculty who champion them, increasing success and retention rates.

Developing Emerging Leaders

We provide training materials, programs, and events for all employees to build community, grow leaders, and transform the culture through modeling inclusive excellence.

Educating our Campus Community

We work to inform diversity, equity, and inclusion work at the Institute by focusing on exemplary, culturally-responsive, and evidence-based research and teaching practices.

Creating a Culture Beyond Compliance

Providing education, oversight, and guidance with the adherence to applicable state and federal laws, regulations, professional standards, and Institute policies as it applies to ADA/504 and Title IX.

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2022 Campus Climate

Survey Results

The survey, administered every four years, gauges the Institute's progress in building an inclusive, supportive, and welcoming campus community.


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The program, now seeking members for its eighth cohort, aims to cultivate professional leadership and legacy development for Georgia Tech people leaders and managers.
The 2023 Diversity Symposium will be hosted on Wednesday, September 20 at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center.
Archie W. Ervin, Georgia Tech’s inaugural vice president and chief diversity officer, has announced his retirement from the Institute, effective January 1, 2024.   
Nominations are now open for the 2023 Diversity Champion Awards which will honor one faculty member, one staff member, one student, and one campus unit that have exemplified the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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