Current Students

Students who are currently enrolled at Georgia Tech can take a variety of major-based and general courses throughout the summer term. For students who are unable to take classes on campus, there are a variety of online options as well. Students who take advantage of summer courses save money, experience smaller class sizes, more interaction with faculty, and reduce their overall time to graduate. Click here to view a list of classes offered this summer.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I work on a minor in the Summer? 

We have some summer minor options coming in Summer 2018! They include: Industrial Design, Sociology, Economics, Spanish, History and Computing & Intelligence. For more information, please contact us at

How would a summer minor fit into my academic plan? 

We suggest working with your Academic Advisor to understand how a summer minor would benefit you. To locate advising information by major, please click here

How much does summer session cost? 

You may see Summer Costs for tuition and fees on the Bursar's website. Of note, summer session tuition is charged per credit hour, unlike Fall/Spring tuition. This makes summer session a very cost-effective option! 

More information about: 

Summer Minors

Summer Online Classes



Summer Session fair

Interested in learning more about Summer? Join us on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 11a.m. - 2p.m. for the 2018 Summer Session Fair in the Kessler Campanile area to learn more about summer! 

Summer Session Information

First-Year Students

Please visit for more information on applying to GT as a first-year undergraduate student. 

Transient Students (Non-Degree Seeking)

You are considered a transient student if you enroll at Georgia Tech to take advanced coursework that will transfer back to your home institution, so that you may complete your coursework there. 

Please visit for more information. 

The summer class schedule will be released on March 8, 2018 on the registrar's website. In the meantime, please consider reviewing the summer 2017 schedule for an idea of what might be offered in Summer 2018. 

Summer housing options can be found on housing's website, along with summer housing rates

Summer costs for tuition and fees are calculated on a per credit hour basis.

Cost for Tuition and Fees

Cost for housing

Cost for dining (Note: for summer first-years, the Meal Pass 145 is the option available, at a cost of $1575)