The Whistle Webinar Series

Even though we are in a virtual academic environment, this summer on Wednesdays our webinar series will provide the opportunity for incoming students & families to connect with campus offices and departments virtually to support all your needs! Through these webinars, students and families will be able to: 
  • Have a better understanding of resources and programs that are available to new students
  • Be able to learn about resources from campus experts and ask topic specific questions of offices and departments
  • Seek help with various questions including class registration, auxiliary services, and finding connection on campus.
Below you will find more information about the different webinars, target audiences, as well as the dates and times they will be offered. We hope you are able to join us on these Wednesdays and enjoy these sessions! 

 

Outside of the events listed below, there are more on the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website.
Click here to access that list of events! 

 

Summer 2021 Webinar Series

Whistle Webinar Series

Wednesday, May 12

10:00 am to 11:00 am
#EngageGT: How to get engaged, do cool stuff, and find your place at Tech!
Hosted by: The Center for Student Engagement

In this session facilitated by the Center for Student Engagement professional staff and student assistants, participants are introduced to the value of co- and extra-curricular engagement in the undergraduate years. In particular, we highlight data and stories which demonstrate that engagement contributes to improved academic and socio-emotional outcomes; personal well-being; and professional readiness in students who are involved in their community outside of the classroom. Come to this session and learn how to get involved and all the benefits from doing so! If you have any questions before the session or challenges with registration, please reach out to the Center for Student Engagement team at engage@gatech.edu for assistance!
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Getting Involved, Students
11:00 am to 11:30 am
Going Global with Georgia Tech
Hosted by: the Office of International Education

Welcome to Georgia Tech! We are so excited that you're here and even more excited to help you explore the world with Tech on study abroad programs, Global Research and Internship Programs, and more. Please join us to learn more, ask questions, and access resources!
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Academics
11:30 am to 12:00 pm
French at Tech
Hosted by: Ivan Allen College - Modern Languages

Come learn about the French program in the School of Modern Languages, whether you are interested in France or in the economies, literatures, cultures and ways of life in the Francophone world.
 

Category: Academics
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Financial Aid & Bursar Office
Hosted by: Hosted by: the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid and The Bursar's Office

This session is designed to help students and their families navigate their finances during their time at Georgia Tech. With guidance from the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid and the Bursar’s Office, you will be able to successfully pay your invoice by the upcoming deadlines. We will walk through financial aid options and deadlines, scholarship information, fee payment deadlines, authorized user access, and everything you need to know to login to make payments.

Category: Campus Services
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Learning Japanese at Tech
Hosted by: the School of Modern Languages

In this session, we will introduce Georgia Tech incoming students to our introductory courses of Japanese, study abroad programs in Japan, how to major/minor in Japanese as well as several exciting cultural events related to Japan and fun students' activities that the students of Japanese at Tech can get involved in.

Category: Academics
1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Faith, GT, and YOU w/ Pastor Geoff
Hosted by: the Wesley Foundation at Georgia Tech

Rev. Geoff Beakley, Minister at the Wesley Foundation at Georgia Tech, Associate Minister at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church, and Georgia Tech graduate (ME, 94') will discuss the importance of faith during college by using personal stories from his time as a student at Georgia Tech and member of Greek life. Geoff will also talk about the benefits of a community of faith and how it's important to surround yourself with friends who offer support, especially during times of transition for first-years, transfers, and graduate students. While Geoff will encourage students to try out Tech Wesley, he will also explain that there are several campus ministries at Georgia Tech and the hope that all students will find a place that they can call home while at Georgia Tech.

Category: Getting Involved
1:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Building Your Academic Success at Tech!
Hosted by: Tutoring & Academic Support and Undergraduate Advising & Transition

An important part of excelling at Tech is getting help when you need it! In this webinar, you can learn about resources in advising, academic coaching, and tutoring -- all free and available to you throughout your career at Tech. These programs are designed to enhance your academic skills, build confidence, and foster self-efficacy. Presented by Undergraduate Advising & Transition (UAT) and Tutoring & Academic Support (TAS), both units of the Office of Undergraduate Education.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Support Services
2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Transfer Student Panel
Hosted by: the Student Government Association, Transfer Student Association and New Student & Transition Programs

Do you have questions that you would like to have answered by current transfer students at Georgia Tech? If so, join us for this session to learn what it was like for some current transfer students to transition to the Institute.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Students
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Student Innovation, Startups and Undergraduate Research
Hosted by: Academic Enrichment Programs

In this session, we will discuss undergraduate research programs at Georgia Tech. We will cover the benefits of undergraduate research, how to get involved, and cover some programmatic and institutional details. We will also discuss the resources and programs available to support student invention and startup companies at Tech.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Academics

Wednesday, June 2

10:00 am to 11:00 am
Make the Career Center Work for You!
Hosted by: the Career Center

Participants will learn the GT Student Career Success Formula, how their major ties into future career options, and gain insight into future career opportunities.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Career
11:00 am to 11:30 am
Georgia Tech-Lorraine Information Session
Hosted by: Georgia Tech-Lorraine

Did you know that Georgia Tech has a campus in Metz, France? Georgia Tech-Lorraine offers students the opportunity to stay 100 percent on track toward their degree by taking classes taught in English during the week and exploring Europe on the weekends! The campus is located in the heart of Europe in the Grand Est region by the borders of Belgium, Luxembourg, and Germany, less than 90 minutes from Paris by high-speed train. The highly innovative Lorraine campus offers programs that create synergies between academics, research, and innovation. Undergraduate students from Georgia Tech and other U.S. institutions come year-round to spend a semester or more on campus. And, it's not just for engineers; the campus welcomes students in business, the sciences, French, International Affairs and more. Interested in spending a semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine? Tune in to this information session on BlueJeans (a videoconferencing service) to learn more about the program and ask us questions!
Click here to join this session

Category: Students
11:30 am to 12:00 pm
GT1000 & 2000: Which Seminar Should I Choose?
Hosted by: GT1000 & 2000

GT 1000 & 2000 are letter-graded seminar classes designed to help incoming first-year and transfer students transition successfully to Georgia Tech. The Office of Undergraduate Education offers over 100 sections of these courses each year, many designed specifically for students in certain majors or interested in certain programs like undergraduate research, study abroad, or co-ops and internships, so this session will provide more information about the many different options being offered to students this year. In this session, guests will learn more about the GT 1000 & 2000 classes, including course structure and goals, and will be provided with information on guidance regarding which GT 1000 or 2000 course section is right for them.

Category: Academics
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
French & African Studies
Hosted by: the School of Modern Languages

Information on all French courses (lower-level, upper-level) + all courses for the AFRICAN STUDIES MINOR in English (ECON, INTA, LMC, ML 2500 Intro to Africa, PUBP), French, Arabic, Portuguese, Swahili, Wolof.

Category: Academics
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
HI from Health Initiatives
Hosted by: Health Initiatives

This session will be an overview of Health Initiatives. We will discuss our three sub-units which include (Community Nutrition, Health Education, and VOICE) and the programs and services we provide to the Georgia Tech community.  The goal of the session is to empower students on the importance of health and well-being and to identify resources and strategies that should be utilized to promote academic success and lifelong well-being.

Category: Health
1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Going Global with Georgia Tech
Hosted by: the Office of International Education

Welcome to Georgia Tech! We are so excited that you're here and even more excited to help you explore the world with Tech on study abroad programs, Global Research and Internship Programs, and more. Please join us to learn more, ask questions, and access resources!
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Academics
1:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Thinking Holistically About Student Sucess
Hosted by: Undergraduate Advising & Transition

Undergraduate Advising & Transition, a unit of the Office of Undergraduate Education, provides respectful, responsive, and informed support for students to identify and achieve their academic and professional goals. The support ranges from services like Academic Coaching to Exploratory Advising. Exploratory Advising helps students explore all of the programs offered at Georgia Tech to create a degree plan that matches their interests and career goals. Academic Coaching works with students to enhance the learning process and to acquire study strategies that maximize academic performance. In this webinar, families will learn how these two services support students while at Georgia Tech.

Category: Support Services
2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Religious Life at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Religious Life at Georgia Tech

Come find out from current Georgia Tech students and campus ministers what religious life is like on campus and how to get involved! 
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Getting Involved
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Financial Aid & Bursar Office
Hosted by: the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid and The Bursar's Office

This session is designed to help students and their families navigate their finances during their time at Georgia Tech. With guidance from the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid and the Bursar’s Office, you will be able to successfully pay your invoice by the upcoming deadlines. We will walk through financial aid options and deadlines, scholarship information, fee payment deadlines, authorized user access, and everything you need to know to login to make payments.

Category: Campus Services

Wednesday, June 16

10:00 am to 11:00 am
The Scoop on Tech Dining
Hosted by: Tech Dining

New students will be glad to know we have overhauled and re-engineered dining on campus. With Tech Dining, students will receive a greater value for their meal plans and enjoy more services designed to make college life as stress-free as possible. This fall you'll see unlimited dining, expanded hours, and high-quality options for those with dietary needs. Join our information session to learn more about meal plans, dining options on campus, and other ways Tech Dining will help keep you fueled.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Campus Services
11:00 am to 11:30 am
GT1000 & 2000: Which Seminar Should I Choose?
Hosted by: GT1000 & 2000

GT 1000 & 2000 are letter-graded seminar classes designed to help incoming first-year and transfer students transition successfully to Georgia Tech. The Office of Undergraduate Education offers over 100 sections of these courses each year, many designed specifically for students in certain majors or interested in certain programs like undergraduate research, study abroad, or co-ops and internships, so this session will provide more information about the many different options being offered to students this year. In this session, guests will learn more about the GT 1000 & 2000 classes, including course structure and goals, and will be provided with information on guidance regarding which GT 1000 or 2000 course section is right for them.
Click here to join this session

Category: Academics
11:30 am to 12:00 pm
Mental Health & Wellbeing Services at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Counseling Center

There has been an increased focus on the health needs of students at Georgia Tech, including the need for preventative services, attending to developmental concerns, and providing appropriate interventions. There is also an established link between good mental health and overall development in regards to personal and academic development. This presentation will alert students and family members of counseling, outreach, wellness and support services that are available at GT Counseling Center. These mental health and wellness resources are available to the students and campus community in efforts of enhancing student success!

Click here to join this session

Category: Health, Support Services
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Learning Japanese at Tech
Hosted by: School of Modern Languages

In this session, we will introduce Georgia Tech incoming students to our introductory courses of Japanese, study abroad programs in Japan, how to major/minor in Japanese as well as several exciting cultural events related to Japan and fun students' activities that the students of Japanese at Tech can get involved in.
Click here to join this session

Category: Academics
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Health Services at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Stamps Health Services

Hear from Dr. Benjamin Holton, MD, Director of Stamps Health Services. Lean more about the services each clinic offers, the pharmacy, immunizations, and the difference between the student health fee and Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). Additionally, Dr. Holton will answer any questions our incoming students and their families may have.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Health, Support Services
1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
HI from Health Initiatives
Hosted by: Health Initiatives

This session will be an overview of Health Initiatives. We will discuss our three sub-units which include (Community Nutrition, Health Education, and VOICE) and the programs and services we provide to the Georgia Tech community.  The goal of the session is to empower students on the importance of health and well-being and to identify resources and strategies that should be utilized to promote academic success and lifelong well-being.
Click here to join this session

Category: Campus Services, Health
1:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Access for Students with Disabilities at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Office of Disability Services

Students and their parents will learn about the Office of Disability Services. We will discuss accommodations in the college setting and what the process to gaining accommodations looks like.
Click here to join this session

Category: Support Services
2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Going Global with Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Office of International Education

Welcome to Georgia Tech! We are so excited that you're here and even more excited to help you explore the world with Tech on study abroad programs, Global Research and Internship Programs, and more. Please join us to learn more, ask questions, and access resources!
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Academics
2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Campus Safety Conversations
Hosted by: Georgia Tech Police Department

Georgia Tech Police Department engages everyone in the campus community in order to reduce crime and create a safer environment. This session is structured to help educate students, faculty, and staff about safety and awareness as well as the resources available to ensure the safety of the campus community.
Click here to join this session

Category: Campus Services
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Student Innovation, Startups and Undergraduate Research
Hosted by: Academic Enrichment Programs

In this session, we will discuss undergraduate research programs at Georgia Tech. We will cover the benefits of undergraduate research, how to get involved, and cover some programmatic and institutional details. We will also discuss the resources and programs available to support student invention and startup companies at Tech.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Academics, Getting Involved
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Parent Panel
Hosted by: Parent & Family Programs

Join Parent and Family Programs for a parent panel giving you the opportunity to ask current upperclass parents the questions you have about the student experience at Georgia Tech. Our Panelists have been in your shoes and always enjoy giving insight about their experience to help with your transition to the Georgia Tech Community. Parents and students have different panel sessions, so make sure you are attending the correct session!
Click here to join this session

Category: Guests

Wednesday, June 30

10:00 am to 11:00 am
#EngageGT: How to get engaged, do cool stuff, and find your place at Tech!
Hosted by: Center for Student Engagement

In this session facilitated by the Center for Student Engagement professional staff and student assistants, participants are introduced to the value of co- and extra-curricular engagement in the undergraduate years. In particular, we highlight data and stories which demonstrate that engagement contributes to improved academic and socio-emotional outcomes; personal well-being; and professional readiness in students who are involved in their community outside of the classroom. Come to this session and learn how to get involved and all the benefits from doing so! If you have any questions before the session or challenges with registration, please reach out to the Center for Student Engagement team at engage@gatech.edu for assistance!
Click here to join the session

Category: Getting Involved, Students
11:00 am to 11:30 am
Campus Safety Conversations
Hosted by: Georgia Tech Police Department

Georgia Tech Police Department engages everyone in the campus community in order to reduce crime and create a safer environment. This session is structured to help educate students, faculty, and staff about safety and awareness as well as the resources available to ensure the safety of the campus community.
Click here to join this session

Category: Campus Services
11:30 am to 12:00 pm
Going Global with Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Office of International Education

Welcome to Georgia Tech! We are so excited that you're here and even more excited to help you explore the world with Tech on study abroad programs, Global Research and Internship Programs, and more. Please join us to learn more, ask questions, and access resources!
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Academics
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Living on Campus with Housing & Residence Life
Hosted by: Housing & Residence Life

An inside look at what life in campus housing is like, and how students and families can best prepare to move in. We'll cover what items to bring, and what your room already contains, information about move-in. and what to look forward to as a part of our residential community. Please join us and find answers to your questions about life in our halls.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Campus Services
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Chinese Opportunities & Scholarships
Hosted by: School of Modern Languages

Meet the future language Chinese Explorer, Chinese culture languages, and the emergence of China in global affairs and the prospect of an enormous market in Chinese speaking regions have made proficiency in Chinese and important criterion for those seeking to enter both public and private sector job markets. our accessible faculty are eager to help students pursue their academic and career goals. The Chinese Program at the School of Modern Languages aims to expand students' vision to better understand, manage, and contribute to today's increasingly interdependent world.
Click here to join this session

Category: Academics
1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Creating Sustainable Communities at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain

Interested in connecting your degree to themes of sustainability, community engagement, and social innovation? Passional about creating sustainable communities? come learn about Serve-Learn-Sustain at Georgia Tech! SLS is a campus-wide academic initiative working with all six colleges to offer students opportunities inside and outside the classroom to collaborate with diverse partners - across the country, non-profit, government, academic, and business sectors - on key sustainability challenges. Through classroom, co-curricular, and real-world learning, on campus and off, SLS students use the knowledge and skills they are acquiring at Georgia Tech to help "create sustainable communities."
Click here to join this session

Category: Getting Involved, Students
1:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Expand Your Professional Networking Now by Connecting with the Georgia Tech Alumni Community
Hosted by: Georgia Tech Alumni Association

Want to connect with the over 165,000 living alumni of Georgia Tech as a student to help you in professional development, internships and job search, or as a personal mentor? Join staff from the Georgia Tech Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Association on how to make intentional relationships with our amazing alumni and fellow students to discover your potential at Tech.
Click here watch the session recording

Category: Getting Involved, Support Services
2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
GT1000 & 2000: Which Seminar Should I Choose?
Hosted by: GT 1000 & 2000

GT 1000 & 2000 are letter-graded seminar classes designed to help incoming first-year and transfer students transition successfully to Georgia Tech. The Office of Undergraduate Education offers over 100 sections of these courses each year, many designed specifically for students in certain majors or interested in certain programs like undergraduate research, study abroad, or co-ops and internships, so this session will provide more information about the many different options being offered to students this year. In this session, guests will learn more about the GT 1000 & 2000 classes, including course structure and goals, and will be provided with information on guidance regarding which GT 1000 or 2000 course section is right for them.
Click here to join this session

Category: Academics
2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
The Georgia Tech Bookstore: Course Materials & So Much More
Hosted by: Georgia Tech Bookstore

When is the best time to buy textbooks? What technology does a student need to succeed? Course materials are a critical part of student's academic success. Hear from the Bookstore team about how to get the most value out of your textbooks, lab supplies, laptop, and more.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Campus Services
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Fraternity & Sorority Life at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Fraternity & Sorority Life

Join us to learn about Georgia Tech's 133 year old fraternity and sorority community encompassing 50+ chapters spread throughout 4 councils. We will discuss the recruitment and intake process, benefits and expectations of membership, and risk management. Students and families are welcome to attend.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Getting Involved

Wednesday, July 14

10:00 am to 11:00 am
Find Your FLO: Georiga Tech First-Year Leadership Organizations Info Session
Hosted by: Center for Student Engagement

Join us to learn more about First-Year Leadership Organizations, or FLO's! These leadership programs provide first-year students a cohort-style experience that is student-led with the purpose of building community and connection. Small-group activities, program and initiative planning, and leadership development are things that all FLO participants can anticipate as part of their experience. Each FLO is sponsored by a specific unit, college, or department at Georgia Tech to offer guidance, support, and focus throughout the year!
Click here to join this session

Category: Getting Involved, Students
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Make the Career Center Work for You!
Hosted by: the Career Center

Participants will learn the GT Student Career Success Formula, how their major ties into future career options, and gain insight into future career opportunities.
Click here to join this session

Category: Campus Services, Career
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
International Students: Staying Emotinoally & Mentally Healthy
Hosted by: Counseling Center

We will discuss culture shock and how it is related to stress. This will include a review of skills for developing awareness, balance, and coping with stress. This session aims to normalize the use of the Counseling Center services as well as describing Counseling Center services and how to access them.
Click here to join this session

Category: Health, Support Services
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Starting Out right: Sustainable Habits for a Lifetime
Hosted by: Scheller College of Business

The purpose of this webinar is to give the entering first-year students some important tips to help them succeed during their college life. Topics covered include - Finding Life Purpose, Budgeting, Debt Management, Savings and Investment, Leadership and Communication Skills, Deep Work Habits, Physical and Emotional Fitness.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Students
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Ramblin' Around Campus with Parking & Transportation
Hosted by: Parking & Transportation

Students have several options for how they get around our beautiful campus - join the team from Parking & Transportation Services to learn about your parking permit choices and how you can get the most from campus transit. The team will be there to take your questions, we hope to see you there!
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Campus Services
1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives in the Division of Student Life
Hosted by: Inclusion, Advocacy, & Support Collective in Student Life

Having questions about being a person of color at Tech? Newly queer and looking for a community? Want to take a deep dive into feminism and representation of women in STEM? Then join staff from the Inclusion, Advocacy, & Support Collective in the Division of Student Life as they share ways you can get connected with programming, celebrations, and communities that center these experiences.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Getting Involved, Students, Support Services
1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Access for Students with Disabilities at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Office of Disability Services

Students and their parents will learn about the Office of Disability Services. We will discuss accommodations in the college setting and what the process to gaining accommodations looks like.
Click here to join this session

Category: Support Services
1:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Building Your Academic Success at Tech!
Hosted by: Tutoring & Academic Support and Undergraduate Advising & Transition

An important part of excelling at Tech is getting help when you need it! In this webinar, you can learn about resources in advising, academic coaching, and tutoring -- all free and available to you throughout your career at Tech. These programs are designed to enhance your academic skills, build confidence, and foster self-efficacy. Presented by Undergraduate Advising & Transition (UAT) and Tutoring & Academic Support (TAS), both units of the Office of Undergraduate Education.
Click here to join this session

Category: Academics, Support Services
2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Mental Health & Wellbeing Services at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Counseling Center

There has been an increased focus on the health needs of students at Georgia Tech, including the need for preventative services, attending to developmental concerns, and providing appropriate interventions. There is also an established link between good mental health and overall development in regards to personal and academic development. This presentation will alert students and family members of counseling, outreach, wellness and support services that are available at GT Counseling Center. These mental health and wellness resources are available to the students and campus community in efforts of enhancing student success!
Click here to join this session

Category: Health, Support Services
2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Financial Aid & Bursar Office
Hosted by: the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid and The Bursar's Office

This session is designed to help students and their families navigate their finances during their time at Georgia Tech. With guidance from the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid and the Bursar’s Office, you will be able to successfully pay your invoice by the upcoming deadlines. We will walk through financial aid options and deadlines, scholarship information, fee payment deadlines, authorized user access, and everything you need to know to login to make payments.
Click here to join this session

Category: Campus Services
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Fraternity & Sorority Life at Georgia Tech
Hosted by: Fraternity & Sorority Life

Join us to learn about Georgia Tech's 133 year old fraternity and sorority community encompassing 50+ chapters spread throughout 4 councils. We will discuss the recruitment and intake process, benefits and expectations of membership, and risk management. Students and families are welcome to attend.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Getting Involved
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Parent Panel
Hosted by: Parent & Family Programs

Join Parent and Family Programs for a parent panel giving you the opportunity to ask current upperclass parents the questions you have about the student experience at Georgia Tech. Our Panelists have been in your shoes and always enjoy giving insight about their experience to help with your transition to the Georgia Tech Community. Parents and students have different panel sessions, so make sure you are attending the correct session!
Click here to join this session

Category: Guests

Wednesday, July 21

10:00 am to 11:00 am
Counseling Center Resources for Success
Hosted by: Counseling Center

In this session, we will identify the role of the Counseling Center in helping students attain academic and personal success. Introduction to the full ranage of Counseling Center services and how to connect with them.
Click here to join this session

Category: Support Services
11:00 am to 11:30 am
Going Global with Georgia Tech!
Hosted by: Office of International Education

Welcome to Georgia Tech! We are so excited that you're here and even more excited to help you explore the world with Tech on study abroad programs, Global Research and Internship Programs, and more. Please join us to learn more, ask questions, and access resources!
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Academics
11:30 am to 12:00 pm
Campus Safety Conversations
Hosted by: Georgia Tech Police Department

Georgia Tech Police Department engages everyone in the campus community in order to reduce crime and create a safer environment. This session is structured to help educate students, faculty, and staff about safety and awareness as well as the resources available to ensure the safety of the campus community.
Click here to join this session

Category: Campus Services
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Transfer Student Panel
Hosted by: the Student Government Association, Transfer Student Association and New Student & Transition Programs

Do you have questions that you would like to have answered by current transfer students at Georgia Tech? If so, join us for this session to learn what it was like for some current transfer students to transition to the Institute.
Click here to join this session

Category: Getting Involved, Students
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
French & African Studies
Hosted by: Modern Languages

Information on all French courses (lower-level, upper-level) plus all courses for the African Studies Minor in English (ECON, INTA, LMC, ML 2500 Intro to Africa, PUBP), French, Arabic, Portuguese, Swahili, and Wolof.
Click here to join this session

Category: Academics
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Immunizations Update
Hosted by: Stamps Health Services

Join Dr. Benjamin Holton, MD, Director of Stamps Health Services, for this important update on immunization requirements and the opportunities during Week of Welcome to complete your vaccinations. Updates about the availability of COVID-19 vaccines will be shared if available at this time.
Click here to watch the session recording

Category: Health
2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Wreck it at Tech with OMED!
Hosted by: Office of Minority Education & Development

This session will provide students with the resources and services offered through OMED: Educational Services (Office of Minority Educational Development). The session will also offer students with tips on how to approach their first year at tech and how OMED can help in their transition through academic support services and programs.
Click here to join this session

Category: Support Services
2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Building Your Academic Success at Tech!
Hosted by: Tutoring & Academic Support and Undergraduate Advising & Transition

An important part of excelling at Tech is getting help when you need it! In this webinar, you can learn about resources in advising, academic coaching, and tutoring -- all free and available to you throughout your career at Tech. These programs are designed to enhance your academic skills, build confidence, and foster self-efficacy. Presented by Undergraduate Advising & Transition (UAT) and Tutoring & Academic Support (TAS), both units of the Office of Undergraduate Education.
Click here to join this session

Category: Academics, Support Services
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Find Your FLO: Georiga Tech First-Year Leadership Organizations Info Session
Hosted by: Center for Student Engagement

Join us to learn more about First-Year Leadership Organizations, or FLO's! These leadership programs provide first-year students a cohort-style experience that is student-led with the purpose of building community and connection. Small-group activities, program and initiative planning, and leadership development are things that all FLO participants can anticipate as part of their experience. Each FLO is sponsored by a specific unit, college, or department at Georgia Tech to offer guidance, support, and focus throughout the year!
Click here to join this session

Category: Getting Involved, Students
Parent & Family Programs 
See our schedule above for two Parent & Guest opportunities on June 16 & July 14
 
Navigating Tech as a First-Generation Student

Tuesday, June 15, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT
Thursday, July 22, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT

Virtual Webinar: Blue Jeans Events 
Join representatives from Parent and Family Programs, Admissions, and First-Generation Student Programs as we discuss strategically navigating Georgia Tech as a first-year student. Across Georgia Tech programs and personnel are in place to help you succeed throughout your transition to college. Learn about accessing these resources that empower your success as a Yellow Jacket.
Click here to attend June 15! and Click here to attend July 22! 

For information on webinars that the Parent & Family Programs office is offering, please visit their site