In your senior year, it is critical to make the most of your college visit. You have many decisions ahead of you, and the more information you have, the better your experience will be. We want you to see firsthand all that Georgia Tech and Atlanta have to offer academically, socially, and environmentally. We offer many options for you to find out more about our campus. Click on the options below to learn more about these programs.
Information Sessions & Tours
- Freshman Session & Tour
The most popular way to see our campus is to attend one of our freshman information sessions, given by an admission counselor, followed by a one-hour campus walking tour given by a GT student.
- College-based Sessions
Offered by our individual colleges, these sessions are a great way to enhance your visit to campus and learn more about your chosen field of study. Make sure you check to see when these sessions are available and plan your visit accordingly.
Campus Open House Days
- Preview Georgia Tech
Preview Georgia Tech is a large, one-day open house for prospective high school students and their parents.
Futures is a one-day program for rising high school senior and junior women hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admission and the Women's Recruitment Team.
Explore is a two-day program hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admission and the Hispanic Recruitment Team.
- Family Affair
Family Affair is a two-day program for high school seniors hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admission and the Minority Recruitment Team.
Overnight Visitation Programs
- Connect With Tech
Georgia Tech's primary overnight visitation program offers an in-depth look at campus in a more intimate setting. Fall semester programs are reserved for high school seniors, while spring semester programs are reserved for admitted freshmen.
Tech In Your Town
Throughout the year, our admission staff visit with students and families throughout the United States and abroad. Choose your home state on our counselor map to see if a representative will be visiting your high school, attending a college fair in your area or hosting an information session near you.