At the College of Engineering, our people make us who we are, and we welcome folks from all different cultures, creeds and genders with a policy of absolute inclusion. Ours is the most diverse college of engineering in the U.S., known for graduating the most women and underrepresented minority engineers.
The College is one of the most diverse engineering programs in the nation
"Diversity is not charity. The most successful businesses that have the best revenue are the most diverse companies. And why does that go together? Because diversity brings the most creative ideas together." - Manu Platt, co-founder, Project ENGAGES
A myriad of programs on campus work to increase racial diversity in engineering. Leadership at the College is especially passionate about increasing diversity, because they are well aware that a community built from individuals who each have a unique perspective is stronger, smarter, and has an even better chance to change the world.
A few organizations within the College help to accomplish this mission of increased diversity.
The College is ranked #1 for Hispanic gradate students by Hispanic Business Magazine
The Center for Engineering Education and Diversity (CEED)
SURE students touring the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).
The Center for Engineering Education and Diversity (CEED) is a key component of the effort to produce a diverse mix of engineers. CEED collaborates with administration, student organizations, national corporations, the K-12 community, and other groups in order to support minorities and create a diversified workforce.
Raheem Beyah presenting at SURE 2018.
SURE 2018 hallway poster sessions.
Women in Engineering (WIE)
WIE summer camp students get a taste of lab life at Tech.
The Georgia Tech Women in Engineering (WIE) program is dedicated to recruiting top female students into engineering majors and, once enrolled, to ensure the highest level of retention by fostering an environment that encourages curiosity, creativity and intellectual and personal growth. WIE strives to redefine the engineering profession as a positive societal force with the potential to improve the quality of life through the creation of world changing technologies. WIE challenges and inspires women to achieve their fullest potential as engineers and as leaders, and celebrates their accomplishments and successes.