Academic Support (Tutoring)

Provides study sessions, guided group study, free tutoring, ILARC, academic coaching and concept classes to students year‐round.

Career Pathway Program

Designed to advance equity in employment and experiential learning opportunities for all Georgia Tech students (through 3-week career immersions, professional development, co-op/internship support, study abroad, and research). 

Edge (First-Year Mentoring)

Offers support from upper‐class peer mentors to assist first-year students by hosting mentor-mentee sessions, workshops, advocacy and outings throughout the academic year.

Peer-I-Scope (Peer Mentoring)

Aim to empower Achieve Atlanta scholars (all years), APS students, and transfer students (particularly from HBCUs and community colleges) in thriving within the academic and cultural environments of Georgia Tech while expanding their scope of influence and inclusion.

Women of Color Initiative (WOCI)

Aims to enhance the advancement of women in industry, research, and higher education through targeted research-based strategies for advocacy, accountability, cultural awareness, leadership development, collaboration, recognition, and cultivated student-driven productivity spaces.​ WOCI also has a WOC City-wide Collaborative in Higher Education component which is a partnership with Emory, Georgia Tech, Spelman, and STEM Atlanta Women.

African American Male Initiative (AAMI)

Provides academic resources, motivation, mentoring, and leadership training to support the enrollment, retention, graduation, and professional development of Black/African American men at Georgia Tech.

Challenge (Summer Program)

A 5‐week summer residential academic program for incoming first‐year students; designed to strengthen student success academically, culturally, and professionally.

Focus (Prospective Grad Students)

A 4-day immersive program designed to attract and recruit the nation’s best and brightest diverse students to pursue graduate studies and careers in academia.

Transitions (Networking)

Enables graduate students and dual‐degree/transfer students to network with peers, faculty, and staff during their first week of orientation to Georgia Tech; as well as obtain important information about diversity resources available.