Under the G. Wayne Clough Georgia Tech Promise Program guidelines, 100 percent of your financial need, minus a $2,500 per year work study job offer, will be met with a combination of all scholarships and grants offered from all sources, including federal grants, HOPE/Zell Miller, state grants/scholarships, private outside scholarships, and institutional scholarships.
- Legal resident of Georgia.
- Pursuing a first undergraduate degree.
- Eligible applicant for federal student financial aid.
- Dependent students whose parents:
- are legal residents of Georgia
- have less than $33,300 in total annual income and/or benefits; and
- are eligible to file an IRS Form 1040A or 1040EZ for the most recent tax year.
- Achieve and maintain a minimum 2.0 semester grade-point average (out of a possible 4.0); be in good standing with the Institute and maintain satisfactory Academic Progress standards.
- Submit a complete financial aid application each academic year by the required deadline.
- Eligibility is limited to the first eight (8) semesters of full-time enrollment.
- Students are selected for Promise in advance of their first semester attending Georgia Tech as an entering freshman.
Page last reviewed/updated 06/29/16