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Deadlines for Students at ARCHE Institutions Who Wish to Attend Georgia Tech
Students who are enrolled in other ARCHE institutions and who wish to attend Georgia Tech as a part of the ARCHE program msut contact the ARCHE Cross-Registration Coordinator or Registrar's Office at their school for deadlines and application procedures.
Eligibility Requirements for Georgia Tech Students Attending Other ARCHE Institutions
- Junior, Senior, or Graduate student level
- Good academic standing
- A minimum of 3 billable credit hours is required at Georgia Tech the term of cross registration. Registration at Georgia Tech should take place before a student submits an ARCHE application.
- The requested course(s) must not be available at Georgia Tech that semester
Updated December 2, 2022:
The Readmission application is currently offline for scheduled maintenance. Students waiting to apply for Summer 2023 should return December 15 to submit. No further Spring 2023 applications will be accepted.
The readmission form requires payment of a $30.00 fee.
Students are expected to apply to graduate the semester before they wish to graduate. Georgia Tech now employs the Online Application for Graduation (OAG) for all its students, both undergraduate and graduate, and students can login to OSCAR to submit their application. Restrictions do apply, and students are advised to read the following information carefully before applying.
The OAG is only open during set times for each semester’s graduation
Tentative dates for each semester’s OAG window are as follows:
Georgia Tech's standard Academic Calendar consists of a Fall Semester, a Spring Semester, and an accelerated Summer Session. Each Fall Semester and each Spring Semester normally includes approximately fifteen weeks of instruction plus one week of final examinations. A normal Summer Session includes approximately eleven weeks of instruction plus one week of final examinations. Each Academic Year consists of one sequence of a Fall Semester followed by a Spring Semester. The word "term" may refer to a Fall Semester, a Spring Semester, or a Summer Session.