Georgia residents at least 62 years of age who have been offered admission to Georgia Tech as a non-degree, undergraduate, or graduate student. You can find more details about these options and how to apply in the Admission Types and Application Requirements section below.
Georgia’s opportunities for 62 and Older students are available in other colleges that are part of University System of Georgia or Technical College System of Georgia. Admission guidelines and policies are determined by each institution.
62 and Older students who are offered admission receive a waiver of in-state tuition. Students are responsible for books, supplies, and any laboratory fees. Students may also pay voluntary fees that allow them to have access to campus services and activities supported by these fees: Campus Recreation Center (CRC), Health Services, and Athletics.
Georgia Tech offers courses that allow a student to pursue:
Non-degree enrollment. For students who want to take courses for personal or professional development. These students are not working toward a degree.
Undergraduate degree. For students who want to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree.
Graduate degree. For students who want to pursue a Master’s or Doctoral degree.
We offer courses in the curricula of 36 Bachelor’s, 58 Master’s, and 39 Doctoral programs. As an institute of technology, we do not offer courses in all academic subjects. These resources will help you learn about courses and programs available:
Georgia Tech Colleges and Schools outlines all academic programs.
The Institute Catalog lists all courses in our curriculum.
A Schedule of Classes for each semester is available at oscar.gatech.edu.
Please read through the Admission Types and choose the plan that is appropriate for your background and educational goals. After you identify the appropriate Admission Type, click on the link to that program in the list below to learn about admission requirements, deadlines, and policies.
Special Student - Post Baccalaureate
If you have completed a bachelor’s or baccalaureate degree from another institution, you may apply to study undergraduate courses at Georgia Tech for personal or professional growth, not in pursuit of a degree.
If you are currently enrolled as an undergraduate in a college or university and plan to return to your home institution after one semester at Georgia Tech, you may apply for a semester of enrollment at Georgia Tech.
If you have never done any college work and would like to pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree, you may apply as a first-year undergraduate student. We do not recommend this application for any student who has been away from high school for more than two years. Because of the competitive first-year applicant pool, we recommend that degree-seeking applicants who have been away from high school for two years plan to transfer to Georgia Tech after completing required introductory course work.
If you are currently enrolled in a college program or have been enrolled in the past ten years and would like to transfer to Georgia Tech to finish your undergraduate degree, you may apply for transfer admission. Transfer admission to Georgia Tech is a selective, competitive process. Each major at Georgia Tech has specific course requirements for admission.
If you would like to take graduate-level classes (those numbered 6000 and above) at Georgia Tech, whether you want to complete a graduate degree or be a non-degree student, you must apply through the Office of Graduate Studies.
Readmission for Former Georgia Tech Students
If you were previously enrolled as an undergraduate student at Georgia Tech and have been out of school for two or more consecutive terms, you must apply for readmission. The Readmission process is for Georgia Tech graduates and former students. If you were previously enrolled at Georgia Tech in graduate courses only and wish to take undergraduate courses as a non-degree student now, you may apply as a Special
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