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Upcoming Events

Pacific Program Information Session

Are you interested in participating in study abroad program during the Summer? If you are, make sure you mark your calendar and come to one of the Pacific program's information sessions. The Pacific program is GT faculty-led program that usually happens during the Spring semester; however, it has recently been shifted to the Summer semester for 2022 only. The Pacific program travels to New Zealand and Australia for 11 weeks!

OIE Photo Contest Reception

Students, staff, and faculty are invited to the Office of International Education's annual Photo Contest reception. The recption will recognize everyone who submitted photos, announce the winners, and offer an opportunity to view the winning photos. We hope that you'll join us to celebrate the photographers and their work.

Thursday
Nov
18
2021
3:30PM - 4:30PM
This will be given a general overview of the Boren Scholarship and Fellowship applications and information about how to get started.

Pacific Program Information Session

Are you interested in participating in study abroad program during the Summer? If you are, make sure you mark your calendar and come to one of the Pacific program's information sessions. The Pacific program is GT faculty-led program that usually happens during the Spring semester; however, it has recently been shifted to the Summer semester for 2022 only. The Pacific program travels to New Zealand and Australia for 11 weeks!

Weather Alert

Due to winter weather concerns and out of an abundance of caution, Georgia Tech will cancel classes and close campus for Tuesday, January 29.

More information on how campus operations may be altered will be available at gatech.edu/emergency/weather/updates.

​The Georgia Tech Office of Emergency Preparedness will continue monitoring conditions. Any updates or changes will be posted to the Georgia Tech website (gatech.edu) as well as its Facebook page (facebook.com/georgiatech) and Twitter account (twitter.com/georgiatech). To review the Institute’s procedures for hazardous weather, visit: gatech.edu/emergency/weather.