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At Georgia Tech, Commencement isn't just a ceremony, but a season of celebration. Each semester we celebrate our graduates by telling a few of their stories and exploring aspects of Tech's pomp and circumstance.
The first cohort graduates from Excel, a postsecondary education program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Giuliana Stovall is pretty sure she knows one of every 64 students at Georgia Tech. She’s a Yellow Jacket and an engineering student, so, of course, she’s done the math.
A Venn diagram of ballet and business analytics would find Heather Arentson positioned firmly in the intersection.
For this record-setting track and field athlete, earning a bachelor's degree wasn't enough. He came back for a master's to pursue his dream of being a robotics engineer.
These two Acworth natives met in fourth grade, lived together for four years, and have been nearly inseparable for 13.
Amy and Rachna Patel are 13 months apart and are both graduating from Georgia Tech early.
Georgia Tech congratulates Spring 2019 graduates from its Air Force, Army, and Navy ROTC Programs.
For those who are still scrambling for the picture-perfect Commencement attire, here are some tips to help out.
Students share their graduation photos at the most picturesque places on campus, and Tech's staff photographer shares tips snd ideas to help you compose the perfect shot.
Everything you always wanted to know about Georgia Tech's academic regalia.
Find all commencement related information, and stream the ceremonies online.
Even when the odds aren’t in his favor, Ignacio Montoya has always managed to find his way. After a life-changing accident, he's learning to walk again and helping others do the same.
Madison Kelley didn't plan to come to Georgia Tech, but after nearly five years, she has fallen in love with it. Next, she'll work for the Atlanta Mission.
Andrew Kell came to Georgia Tech out of high school, but he blew it. But, he got his life together and is now graduating with a bachelor’s degree and a 4.0 GPA.
After Commencement, graduates eagerly check their mailboxes to receive their official degree — but they can also get a pocket-sized version of that prized piece of paper.
For many Georgia Tech graduates, the State of Georgia has always been their home. Some grew up as Tech fans, while others were raised in Bulldog families.
Graduating students Brandon Gipson and Ola Johnson talk about their time at Tech and the family they found on campus.
People come to Atlanta from around the world to study at Georgia Tech. Check out how some graduates got here, the experiences they've had, and where they're headed next.
Graduates from near and far share how they got to — and through — Georgia Tech, and who helped along the way.
Josh Ingersoll is excited for his Commencement, but it won't be his first. He's performed with the Glee Club at two other graduation ceremonies.
Sam Dennard was denied on his first attempt to transfer into Georgia Tech. He persevered, and now he is graduating with a degree in civil engineering.
The sweet celebration that is Commencement is all the more so when you're the first in your family to graduate from an institution of higher learning.
Emma Siegfried is the latest in a line of family members who have been attending Georgia Tech for more than 100 years.
Kyle Forbes went to Orlando for Spring Break, but not for fun. He went in search of his dream job as a theme park designer.
For OMSCS students, Commencement is sometimes the first time they set foot on campus.
Shay and Shannon were undergraduates together at Tech some 20 years ago.
While the focus during Commencement week rightly resides with Georgia Tech students, many staff are equally committed to advancing their education.
Students share their post-graduation career plans and how they navigated their way there.
The college experience is different for every student. Three graduates share their journeys through unexpected twists and turns, and their determination to finish.
Georgia Tech staff and volunteers strive to make each event special for nearly 3,000 students.
Georgia Tech’s motto of Progress and Service is emulated by its student body. Graduates talk about their passion for service.
The history and traditions of Georgia Tech Commencements through the years, since 1890.
Five graduating students tell their version of the Tech experience and share memories as undergraduates.
The challenges, surprises, and rewards of balancing love, marriage, and scholarship for two Georgia Tech couples.
As Tech celebrated its 250th Commencement in December 2015, a few graduates shared connections to Commencements past.
The G. Wayne Clough Georgia Tech Promise Scholarship program celebrates 10 years and hundreds of graduates.
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