LOCATION AND MAP
The College of Science's dean's office is permanently located at 225 North Ave NW, in Tech Tower, Georgia Tech’s main Administration Building, which is Building 35 in the campus map. However, Tech Tower is being renovated through December 2016.
During renovation, the dean’s office is temporarily located at 310 Ferst Drive, in the second floor of the Cherry L. Emerson Building, which is Building 66 on the campus map. The closest visitor parking lot is by the Howey Physics Building (Building 81), on Ferst Drive.
For your convenience, download the 2016 campus map.
ARRANGE A VISIT
You can register for campus tours and the College of Sciences information sessions as part of the “It’s All About Science and Math” visitation program on Wednesdays and Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A visit includes an introduction to degree programs, a class visit, lunch with faculty and students, admission and financial aid information, and a campus tour.
ACCEPT OUR INVITATION TO EXPLORE SCIENCE AND MATH
If you have been offered undergraduate admission to Georgia Tech, you will receive an invitation to come to one of the “EXPLORE Science and Math” visitation weekends in the College of Sciences. These weekend visits are typically held in February and April.
ATTEND SESSIONS TO EXAMINE OPTIONS FOR GRADUATE STUDIES
If you are interested in pursuing graduate studies, the College of Sciences has two visitation programs to help you explore options.
Each fall semester, the College of Sciences welcomes individual undergraduate students, student groups, and classes to Research Bound in STEM, a day-long workshop for students interested in pursuing graduate studies in sciences and mathematics.
- Every year, over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday weekend, the College of Sciences participates in Georgia Tech’s Focus Program, which aims to attract the best and brightest underrepresented minority students and encourage them to pursue graduate studies at Georgia Tech.