***Please read the following information carefully, as Summer semester has different requirements from other semesters.***
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) provides some forms of aid to eligible applicants during the Summer session. Grants and institutional scholarships are very limited and are typically not available for Summer. The priority deadline for a completed application is February 15.
Summer Application Requirements
Students currently receiving aid who wish to be considered for the same aid for summer must complete the 2016-2017 Georgia Tech Application for Scholarships and Financial Aid (GT APP).
If you have already completed the GT APP, but did not indicate that you would attend Summer semester, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to update this answer.
Summer Enrollment Requirements
Enrollment requirements for the Summer session are the same as those for the standard academic year. For example, all Institute scholarships require full-time enrollment (at least 12 credit hours), and federal loans require at least half-time enrollment (at least 6 credit hours).
Students transferring to Georgia Tech must also complete a 2016-2017 Georgia Tech Application for Scholarships and Financial Aid (GT APP). If you have already submitted the 2016-2017 FAFSA to another institution, you need to update your FAFSA to add Georgia Tech's school code (001569). The FAFSA will then be sent to us.
Note: If you wish to receive only the HOPE Scholarship, access the Georgia Student Financial Aid Application System at GAfutures in lieu of the FAFSA.
Students who elect to study abroad in a Georgia Tech-approved program must complete the 2016-2017 Georgia Tech Application for Scholarships and Financial Aid (GT APP) to receive financial aid.
Summer funds for study abroad participants cannot be disbursed early to meet either program payment deadlines or student departure dates, which might fall before the scheduled disbursement date.
Non-GT Study Abroad Programs
If financial aid is important to your study abroad plan, we encourage you to look at the many GT study abroad options, rather than at independent programs, or programs hosted by other institutions. Financial aid is not always possible for non-GT programs and it is essentially always a reimbursement. Considerable follow up is needed on the student's part, and in some cases, we may not be able to confirm whether or not there is eligibility until after the program is fully paid for and classes have started.
Please visit our transient page for more information on transient student requirements.
Co-op students are generally not eligible for financial aid during a term of co-op assignment unless they are enrolled in credit hours in addition to co-op hours. For more specific information concerning eligibility during the co-op term, please contact your financial aid counselor.
If your summer enrollment plans change, we ask that you email our office at email@example.com with your updates.
This website last updated on 02/23/2017