Graduate Studies and Admissions
CEED partners with Georgia Tech campus offices and organizations to provide support to current and prospective under-represented minority students in STEM majors.
The National GEM Consortium is a nonprofit organization that partners with universities and corporations to provide financial assistance to students in the fields of engineering, physical science, and life science.
Sloan Foundation Fellowship
Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, this program seeks to increase the number of outstanding engineering Ph.D. graduates from under-represented populations.
Graduate Retention Enrichment and Academic Champions
Grad REACH is an academic retention program focused on masters and doctoral students from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in STEM majors.
Graduate Retaining Inspirational Scholars in Technology and Engineering (GRAD-RISE) scholarship program was created as a means to recruit and retain both minorities and nontraditional technology and engineering students.