Cost of Attendance
Notification of Aid
Accept/Decline Your Award
Maintaining Eligibility for Aid
Consumer Information & Policies
The mission of the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) is to assist students and families in the application for and receipt of financial resources to help them meet the educational expenses to attend Georgia Tech. We strive to provide excellent service to our applicants and recipients; administer funds and programs effectively and efficiently and in compliance with all regulations, rules, policies and procedures; exercise good stewardship of all funds entrusted to us; and serve as an advocate for the strategic financial support for students.
Financial aid applications for the 2022-23 academic year are now available. All applicants, including HOPE Scholarship recipients, must apply for financial aid every year to maintain eligibility for their aid. Failure to apply may result in a loss of financial aid for the upcoming and subsequent years.
Steps for Incoming Students
Steps for Returning Students
To help simplify the financial aid process for you, we provide a variety of resources and information to help you learn about different options for financing your Georgia Tech education.
Review Georgia Tech's estimated cost of attendance for the upcoming year and tuition costs for the current and previous academic years.
From scholarships and grants to loans and federal work study, learn about the different types of financial aid that are available to help cover your educational costs.
Learn about the different aid applications and review important deadlines and requirements.
Already applied for financial aid? You can check your application status and view your aid awards in OSCAR. Read instructions on how to use the system.
In order to provide the best customer service to students, we offer our services in a variety of virtual, online formats. Learn about the various ways you can get in touch with our office.