When Do Georgia Tech Admissions Decisions Come Out? It’s a great question, and one we get a lot. The answer may surprise you.
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Decisions for first-year applicants will be released online beginning in mid-March. Notification of admission,denial, or deferral of admission will be made through your applicant status page.
If you have been offered admission, congratulations! Georgia Tech Extended Orientation registration information will be available on your applicant status page in mid-March as well. You must confirm your intent to enroll at Georgia Tech by the May 1st national reply date to guarantee your spot in the first-year class.
The Georgia Tech Admissions Decision Timeline is as follows:
-Early Action applicants will receive their admissions decisions by mid-December.
-Regular Decision applicants will receive their admissions decisions by late March.
The Georgia Tech admissions process is conducted on a rolling basis, which means that decisions are made and released as applications are received and reviewed. For this reason, there is no set date for when decisions will be released.
If you applied for admission to Georgia Tech, you can check the status of your application online through the Georgia Tech Applicant Portal. Once a decision has been made, you will be able to see it in your portal.
Generally speaking, earlier applicants can expect to receive a decision sooner than those who apply closer to the deadline. However, it is important to keep in mind that the admissions process is highly competitive, so even if you apply early, there is no guarantee that you will be admitted.
Q: When do Georgia Tech admissions decisions come out?
A: We will send out notification of admission on a rolling basis beginning mid-March. Admission decisions will continue to be released until all files are complete, which is typically late April/early May.