Cap It Off

A new cast of 59 student-athletes graduated this May, adding to the impressive list of accomplishments for our Yellow Jackets.  The Cap It Off initiative runs from graduation through June 30 (the last day in the 2016 Giving Year) with a goal to exceed last year's $1.3 million in unrestricted gifts and surpass the number of donors (7,428) who made gifts to Georgia Tech Athletics.  

Overall gifts to Georgia Tech Athletics last giving year amounted to $21 million.  This includes TECH Fund, sport-specific, facility, endowment, and unrestricted gifts.  The A-T Unrestricted Fund provides additional scholarship and support resources above and beyond donations to the TECH Fund for seating.  Total student-athlete investment is expected to exceed $57,000 for in-state and $79,000 for out-of-state.  

Your contributions to the Alexander-Tharpe Fund are vital to creating opportunities to ensure GT student-athletes achieve success athletically, personally and academically.

2016 Spring Academic Report

Georgia Tech Posts Another Impressive APR Report Card

An impressive 13 of Georgia Tech’s 15 teams scored 980 or better out of a possible 1,000 points, while 12 teams posted either identical or better scores from the previous APR release – baseball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, football, golf, men’s swimming & diving, women’s swimming & diving, men’s tennis, women’s tennis, men’s track, women’s track, and volleyball.


GT Volleyball Travels to Brazil

GT Volleyball goes undefeated in Brazil

The Georgia Tech volleyball team wrapped up finals on a Thursday, and then is packed its bags for an 11-day tour of Brazil which included stops in Rio de Janeiro, Buzios and Sᾶo Paulo. The Jackets went 8-0 in matches against under-21 club teams while also experiencing Brazilian culture.