Building Inclusive and Equitable Communities
Georgia Tech’s strategic plan for diversity, equity, and inclusion serves as a framework that guides Institute, college, and unit leadership in the work needed to become a more equitable and inclusive campus community for all students, faculty, and staff.
Building Belonging and Community
Each fall, one Georgia Tech faculty member, staff member, student, and campus unit are recognized as Diversity Champions at the annual Diversity Symposium.
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).
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
Friday - Monday
15 - 18
Sunday - Tuesday
24 - 26
Friday - Saturday
Sep - Oct
29 - 7
Saturday - Sunday
11 - 12
Wednesday - Thursday
22 - 23