Georgia Tech Tuition Fee Statistics

This report looks into the public cost of tuition at Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) and examines how fees can change depending on whether or not the student is considered a resident of Georgia, the level of degree they are enrolled in and the amount of financial aid awarded.

  • As of the 2022/23 academic year, GT undergraduate tuition fees for Georgia residents total $10,258 annually.
  • This amounts to an estimated $41,032 in tuition fees over the course of a 4-year degree.
  • GT undergraduate tuition fees for non-residents total $31,370 annually.
  • This amounts to an estimated $125,480 in tuition fees over the course of a 4-year degree.
  • Undergraduate tuition fees for non-residents are more than three times as expensive than those for Georgia residents.
  • However, the average financial aid awarded to GT undergraduate students is $11,108 which can contribute greatly to reducing fees.
  • Graduate and professional course fees at Georgia Tech are not typically charged per semester.
  • Graduate/professional in-state tuition ranges from $586 – $1,230 per credit hour.
  • Graduate/professional out-of-state tuition ranges from $1,215 – $1,847 per credit hour.
  • $54.22 million (2.52%) of GT’s operating expenses are spent on scholarships and fellowships.

Georgia Tech undergraduate course tuition fees

At Georgia Tech, tuition fees for both in-state and out-of-state undergraduate courses are typically charged to students per semester.

  • As of the 2022/23 academic year, GT standard undergraduate tuition fees for Georgia residents total $10,258 annually, staying the same for 4 years.
  • Undergraduate tuition fees for non-residents total $31,370 annually, also staying the same for 4 years.
  • Undergraduate tuition fees have increased by 2.50% over the given 5-year period. 
  • Mandatory student fees total $1,506 annually.
  • Mandatory student fees have decreased by 37.67% over the given 5-year period.
Fee type2018/192019/202020/212021/222022/23Change
Tuition fee
(Georgia resident)
$10,008$10,258$10,258$10,258$10,258+2.50%
Tuition fee
(Non-resident)
$30,604$31,370$31,370$31,370$31,370+2.50%
Mandatory student fees$2,416$2,424$2,594$2,594$1,506-37.67%
(Excludes supplemental fees)

A graph is given below to compare the cost of tuition for undergraduates at Georgia Tech:

Georgia Tech graduate and professional course tuition fees

At Georgia Tech, both in-state and out-of-state graduate and professional course tuition fees are typically charged per credit hour instead of per semester.

In-state graduate and professional tuition fees

  • Standard Master’s and PhD: $586 per credit hour.
  • Scheller College of Business: $733 – $1,230 per credit hour.
  • College of Design: $705 – $814 per credit hour.
  • College of Computing: $670 per credit hour.
  • College of Engineering: $687 – $1,217 per credit hour.
  • College of Sciences: $669 – $689 per credit hour.

Out-of-state graduate and professional tuition fees

  • Standard Master’s and PhD: $1,215 per credit hour.
  • Scheller College of Business: $1,548 – $1,698 per credit hour.
  • College of Design: $1,333 – $1,654 per credit hour.
  • College of Computing: $1,476 per credit hour.
  • College of Engineering: $1,423 – $1,847 per credit hour.
  • College of Sciences: $1,475 – $1,529 per credit hour.

Georgia Tech financial aid

  • $54.22 million (2.52%) of GT’s operating expenses are spent on scholarships and fellowships.
  • At GT, the average financial aid awarded to undergraduate students is $11,108.
  • Latest figures show that 71% of GT undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid.
  • 23% of GT undergraduate students receive Federal Student Loans.
  • 13% of GT undergraduate students receive Pell Grants.

GT athletic funding

  • As of the 2022/23 academic year, the annual giving goal for the Athletic Scholarship Fund is $2.75 million. 
  • This was set up by The Alexander-Tharpe Fund, serving as the main fundraising arm for all GT athletic facilities, endowments and operations.
  • Endowment distributions help attract talented athletes to become students at Georgia Tech by providing them with necessary resources.
  • However, money raised through endowment distributions cover less than a third of the costs of annual sports scholarships.
  • To supplement this, the Athletic Scholarship Fund is intended to provide financing for any remaining scholarship costs.
  • In total, more than 1,700 donors contribute to student-athlete scholarships at GT through the Competitive Drive Initiative.

Georgia Tech tuition fees FAQ

Who can get in-state tuition at Georgia Tech?

  • To qualify for in-state tuition at Georgia Tech, students must be able to demonstrate that either they themself, their parent(s), spouse or guardian(s) is a legal resident of Georgia.
  • To demonstrate this, the student must be able to provide documentation in support of their status.

How much is tuition per semester for Georgia Tech?

  • For undergraduate students, total tuition fees per semester are as follows:
    • In-state: $5,129
    • Out-of-state: $15,685
  • For graduate students, tuition fees are typically charged per credit hour and will differ between courses.

When is tuition due at Georgia Tech?

  • As of the 2023 spring term, tuition fees are due to be paid by January 17th.
  • As of the 2023 fall term, tuition fees are due to be paid by August 28th.
  • However, these payment deadline dates may change between different academic years.
  • Penalties of $100 may apply to those that fail to pay by the relevant deadline.

How do students in Georgia Tech pay tuition?

  • At Georgia Tech, students can pay for their tuition using a range of methods:
    • Checks and money orders
    • Credit card payments (fees apply)
    • Electronic checks
    • International payments (fees apply)
    • Domestic wire transfer (fees apply)