Why Choose the HP?

The Georgia Tech Honors Program fosters curiosity, creativity, and connection—to the Honors Program, Georgia Tech, and communities beyond. 

Honors Program students are encouraged to pursue their curiosity, creativity, and connection across disciplinary boundaries and the boundary between theory and practice. In advancing its mission, the Honors Program enhances the capacity of our highly motivated students and future alumni to advance the Georgia Tech mission of “Progress and Service.”

Apply to the HP

The Georgia Tech Honors Program welcomes applications from incoming admitted first-year and transfer students.  

All students are invited to apply after being admitted to Georgia Tech. Students apply to the Honors Program via their admissions portal.

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News & Updates

Team Makr Papr at the 2024 InVenture Prize

Honors Program Students Take Second Place at the 2024 InVenture Prize

Team Makr Papr is recognized for its innovative product, the Only Tag.
Honors Program students Ihsaan El-Amin and Papa Quainoo, named 2024 Patti Grace Smith Fellows.

Two Honors Program Students Named Patti Grace Smith Fellows

Ihsaan El-Amin and Papa Quainoo will spend the summer interning in the aerospace engineering industry.

What Our Students Are Saying

Carlos Silva

Carlos Silva

Carlos Silva (he/him) 
Hometown: Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil
Year: 3rd 
Major: Physics

I joined the Honors Program to engage in culturally diverse experiences alongside passionate, objective-driven individuals.

Enisha Saha

Enisha Saha

Enisha Saha (she/her) 
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Year: 3rd 
Major: Electrical Engineering

I joined the Honors Program to have access to smaller, more intensive classes with other high-achieving students, which provides a more intimate and collaborative learning experience. 

Kai Komatsu

Kai Komatsu

Kai Komatsu (he/him) 
Hometown: Orlando, FL
Year: 3rd 
Major: Aerospace Engineering

I joined the Honors Program because I wanted to cultivate my Georgia Tech experience with a smaller group of students that I could interact with and learn from in small-classroom environments.