Undergraduate Costs

For each academic year, your standard cost of attendance depends on your program, year in school, residency, and housing selection.

The Standard Cost of Attendance(COA) is established and published each award year by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid in accordance with Federal regulations and is utilized to determine eligibility for any/all programs or funds managed by and/or thru the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Additional details regarding current tuition and fee charges are available from the Office of the Bursar. Current housing and meal plan options and costs are available through Housing and Residence Life and Dining Services.

Additional costs may be considered as an adjustment to your cost of attendance.

Upcoming Year Cost (2024-25)

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,512 $32,938
Mandatory Student Fees $1,546 $1,546
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
First-year Housing Allowance $7,654 $7,654
First-year Food Service Plan $5,954 $5,954
Personal and/or Other Miscellaneous Expenses $2,800 $2,800
Transportation Allowance $400 $400
Average Loan Costs (optional) $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $29,726 $52,152

If you plan to live with your parents during the academic year, room and board will not be factored into your COA. However, when determining your COA, Georgia Tech includes a Commuter Allowance needed for transportation to and from college. It’s assumed that you won’t need to pay rent and will pay little to nothing for food.

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,512 $32,938
Mandatory Student Fees $1,546 $1,546
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
Living Allowance (Housing and Food) $3,000 $3,000
Personal and/or Other Miscellaneous Expenses $2,800 $2,800
Transportation Allowance $3,400 $3,400
Average Loan Costs (optional) $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $22,118 $44,544

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,512 $32,938
Mandatory Student Fees $1,546 $1,546
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
Standard Housing Allowance $10,246 $10,246
Standard Food Service Plan $5,954 $5,954
Personal and/or Other Miscellaneous Expenses $2,800 $2,800
Transportation Allowance $400 $400
Average Loan Costs (optional) $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $32,318 $54,744

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,512 $32,938
Mandatory Student Fees $1,546 $1,546
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
Standard Housing Allowance $10,246 $10,246
Standard Food Service Plan $5,954 $5,954
Personal and/or Other Miscellaneous Expenses $2,800 $2,800
Transportation Allowance $400 $400
Average Loan Costs (optional) $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $32,318 $54,744

If you plan to live with your parents during the academic year, room and board will not be factored into your COA. However, when determining your COA, Georgia Tech includes a Commuter Allowance needed for transportation to and from college. It’s assumed that you won’t need to pay rent and will pay little to nothing for food.

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,512 $32,938
Mandatory Student Fees $1,546 $1,546
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
Living Allowance (Housing and Food) $3,000 $3,000
Personal and/or Miscellaneous Expenses $2,800 $2,800
Transportation Allowance $3,400 $3,400
Average Loan Costs (optional) $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $22,118 $44,544

Current Year Cost (2023-24)

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,258 $31,370
Mandatory Student Fees $1,506 $1,506
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
First-year Housing Allowance $7,090 $7,090
First-year Food Service Plan $5,670 $5,670
Personal, Travel and/or Other Miscellaneous expenses $3,200 $3,200
Average Loan Costs $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $28,584 $49,696

If you plan to live with your parents during the academic year, room and board will not be factored into your COA. However, when determining your COA, Georgia Tech includes a Commuter Allowance needed for transportation to and from college. It’s assumed that you won’t need to pay rent and will pay little to nothing for food.

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,258 $31,370
Mandatory Student Fees $1,506 $1,506
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
Commuter Allowance $6,000 $6,000
Personal, Travel and/or Other Miscellaneous expenses $3,200 $3,200
Average Loan Costs $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $21,824 $42,936

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,258 $31,370
Mandatory Student Fees $1,506 $1,506
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
Standard Housing Allowance $9,900 $9,900
Standard Food Service Plan $5,670 $5,670
Personal, Travel and/or Other Miscellaneous expenses $3,200 $3,200
Average Loan Costs $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $31,394 $52,506

If you plan to live with your parents during the academic year, room and board will not be factored into your COA. However, when determining your COA, Georgia Tech includes a Commuter Allowance needed for transportation to and from college. It’s assumed that you won’t need to pay rent and will pay little to nothing for food.

  Georgia Residents Non-Georgia Residents
Tuition $10,258 $31,370
Mandatory Student Fees $1,506 $1,506
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $800 $800
Commuter Allowance $6,000 $6,000
Personal, Travel and/or Other Miscellaneous expenses $3,200 $3,200
Average Loan Costs $60 $60
Total per Year (2 semesters) $21,824 $42,936

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Types of Aid

Types of Aid

Financial aid can help make college more affordable. Explore the variety of financial aid options available to undergraduate students at Georgia Tech.

Undergraduate Types of Aid