End-of-Semester Academic Schedule and Policies

“Beginning in Spring 2016, Georgia Tech implemented new end-of-semester policies governing the schedule for the last days of the semester, reading periods, and final exams. For faculty and students who might be experiencing the new schedule for the first time, all policies may be found in the online catalog. As the end of the semester approaches, faculty are encouraged to exercise care in observance of the new schedule: Monday, December 5 and Tuesday, December 6:  Final Instructional Days Wednesday, December 7 (all) and Thursday, December 8 (until 2:20 pm): First Reading Period Thursday, December 8 (2:50…

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Georgia Tech Graduate Programs Fair

  Join us on October 27 for the Georgia Tech Graduate Programs Fair! Browse Georgia Tech graduate programs and attend 25-minute breakout sessions to learn about the graduate school application process, writing a personal statement, and the graduate student experience.  The event will be held from 11am – 1pm on Thursday, October 27, in the Student Center Ballroom. Registration required.  Register at http://www.grad.gatech.edu/grad-fair!

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Host Recruiting for Connect with Tech

“Connect with Tech is kicking off a great semester by starting recruitment for Overnight Hosts for the 2016-2017 academic year. Connect With Tech is a program that provides high school students with the opportunity to be hosted by a current Georgia Tech student for a two day “Tech” experience.  Overnight Hosts serve as ambassadors for the Institute to prospective high school students and their families, showing them why they will love Tech.  If you want to be part of a group that’s enthusiastic about Georgia Tech, excited to meet new…

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Study Abroad Fair on Oct. 4

“Come to the Study Abroad Fair to learn about all of Georgia Tech’s study abroad opportunities! Georgia Tech has over 85 partner universities in over 30 countries and leads 35 faculty-led programs–that’s a lot to choose from, but don’t be overwhelmed! The Study Abroad Fair is your chance to see which program is right for you. For more information, please visit: https://oie.gatech.edu/ea/study-abroad-fair-2016 ” Time: Oct. 4, 2016 from 10am-2pm Location: Student Center Ballroom

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New International Plan Student Q&A Sessions

“Welcome new IP students! I know the start of the term is an exciting time and you may have many follow up questions about the International Plan and what it entails. To that end, there will be two open Q&A sessions to help answer your questions and provide guidance for the year ahead. It’s also a good opportunity to meet some other new IP students and the IP Advisor, Colette Fournier. Monday, August 22, 2016 from 4-5pm Clary Theater, Student Success Center (near the stadium) OR Tuesday, August 23, 2016…

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Apply to Win a Free Kaplan LSAT Prep Course!

Win a Kaplan LSAT prep course! Who is eligible?  Current undergraduates, graduate students and alumni of Georgia Tech Is it free to enter? Yes! When is the LSAT? The main remaining administrations of the LSAT are September 26 and December 3, 2016 & February 6, 2017. How do I enter? Click here for details and to enter or go to http://b.gatech.edu/2aSwNCz. When does the lottery close? August 26 at 3:00pm Who can answer my questions? Susan Belmonte, Pre-Law Advisor, sbelmonte@gatech.edu

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Student-Athlete Services Department Peer Tutoring Positions

The Student-Athlete Services Department is looking for tutors for INTA courses, including INTA 1200 and INTA 2040. Undergraduate tutors start at a base pay rate of $10/hour, and graduate students start at $12/hour. This may increase with past tutoring experiences. See below for more details about applying to become a peer tutor. “Thank you for your interest in tutoring with the Georgia Tech Athletics Association. The tutor program is the core of our academic support unit and qualified tutors are integral to the success of this program.  The goal of…

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Financing Your Legal Education: A New Guide from Access Group

“The investment in a law degree begins long before a student’s first day of class and often continues far into their professional career, so it is crucial for students to prepare accordingly. Financing Your Legal Education helps students understand the costs of pursuing a legal education, describes the financial aid application process, reviews the available financing options, addresses important questions they need to ask, and offers tools and resources to help them make informed financial decisions every step of the way. A “must read” for all pre-law and law students….

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