Cost of Attendance
Notification of Aid
Accept/Decline Your Award
Maintaining Eligibility for Aid
Consumer Information & Policies
All financial aid awards are reviewed annually based on:
The timely completion of the financial aid application process.
Continued demonstrated financial need.
Maintenance of Standards of Progress.
Good standing at the Institute.
Availability of financial resources.
Most institutional scholarships require a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0. Entering first-year students are limited to receiving institutional scholarships for the first eight terms of full-time enrollment. Students are limited to receiving scholarships for two semesters of enrollment during an academic year (Fall, Spring, or Summer). A transfer student's eligibility will be determined on an individual basis depending upon hours transferred. These requirements for scholarship retention are in addition to the renewal terms listed above.
All financial aid awards are offered based on the expectation that you will maintain full-time enrollment. Learn how your enrollment status can affect your aid eligibility.
Georgia Tech applies standards of academic progress that must be met in order for you to qualify and remain eligible for financial assistance. Learn more about these requirements.
All financial aid awards are annually based upon the timely completion of the financial aid application process. Review requirements to re-apply for aid.