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Faculty and Staff
The Registrar's Office is responsible for academic scheduling.
Our technology experts are custodians of the Student Information System and provision access to it.
Complete information about the curricular programs currently offered by the Institute.
The Catalog is the authoritative source of information regarding academic policies and degree requirements.
Undergraduate degree programs must satisfy the core curriculum required in the University System of Georgia.
Innovations of courses and programs are reviewed and approved through the Institute Curriculum Committees.
Comprehensive information about degree audits, degree verification, awarding degrees, and more.
Access to the membership lists and minutes for faculty committees, as well as the Executive Board and Faculty Senates.
The Faculty Handbook and other useful items for faculty members and instructors.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is a federal statute which gives students certain rights with regard to their education records.
The guidelines pertaining to final exams and the details of exam scheduling.
Explanations of grading policies and instructions for submitting grades.
Assistance regarding GTID look-up, and access to student portals.
The process by which recognized student groups may request excused absences.
Detailed information and guidelines for students returning to the Institute.
The Institute's official rules and regulations are promulgated in the Catalog.
Policies and processes by which credit earned elsewhere might apply toward Georgia Tech programs.
A crucial process whereby faculty report which students have and have not engaged with their courses.