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Cost of Attendance

Excel tuition and related expenses 

Excel Tuition and Fees (Estimated)/Per Year

*Tuition is inclusive of voluntary student fees for campus access.  

Fee In-state / per year Out-of-state / per year
Total Fees $19,500* $19,500*

Georgia Tech Cost Estimates Per Year

*Required books, supplies, computer, cell phone, personal expenses, and room and board, are not included. Please note fees are subject to change. 

Dining Hall Meal Plans $5,200
Personal Expenses $3,200
On-Campus Housing (dormitories with shared rooms and baths) $7,000-$10,000 (school year)
Privately-owned Student Housing (Suites are furnished with private rooms, baths,  kitchen, and common area.) $12,000-$16,000 for 12 month leases (costs vary)
 

Privately Owned Student Housing Options

Excel is a non-residential program. However, we have a limited number of on-campus dorms available. In addition, the following private housing developments options are available to GT students. These are not university-owned dormitories. All options are very close to the Scheller College of Business

    • Midtown 100
    • The Standard
    • Square on Fifth (across the street from the College of Business)
    • University House Midtown
 

Financial Aid

Students with an intellectual or developmental disability, who are enrolled in a CTP may receive funding from the Federal Pell Grant.  Pell Grants are awarded based on financial need.  Parent financial information is required for determination until a student is 24.

A CTP program for students with intellectual disabilities means a degree, certificate, or non-degree program that:
  • is offered by a college or career school and approved by the U.S. Department of Education;
  • is designed to support students with intellectual disabilities who want to continue academic, career, and independent living instruction to prepare for gainful employment;
  • offers academic advising and a structured curriculum; and
  • requires students with intellectual disabilities to participate, for at least half of the program, in
    • regular enrollment in credit-bearing courses with nondisabled students,
    • auditing or participating (with nondisabled students) in courses for which the student does not receive regular academic credit,
    • enrollment in noncredit-bearing, non-degree courses with nondisabled students, or
    • internships or work-based training with nondisabled individuals.

 GA Vocational Rehabilitation Services (VR)

  • The VR Program may authorize and assist with tuition for Certified Comprehensive Transition Programs for a qualified individual provided at institutions of higher learning. These programs shall be required as part of the student’s individual employment plan to meet the individual’s needs in order to obtain competitive, integrated employment.
  • The VR Program may assist with tuition, required fees, books/supplies and, as appropriate, maintenance (housing and meals) only at an approved institution classified as a Certified Comprehensive Transition Program.  The amount of assistance is “means-tested.”
  • Students must be on the VR caseload and received approval from their counselor based on their employment plan and potential occupation.  To apply for tuition assistance, students must apply for, and present proof of, a completed application for any available comparable benefits, including the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Pell awards must be utilized prior to the authorization of any VR Program funds.  

  

 Notes

  • Students are required to have a functional laptop with Microsoft 360 installed and smartphone
    • Laptops will be used in class
    • For information on hardware technology requirements http://sco.gatech.edu/hardware-requirements/
    • Smartphones will be used for various class assignments, communication, and for maintaining one's schedule in Google Calendar
  • Please note that as Excel is a non-degree program. Georgia HOPE Scholarships are not available. Additional financial information and resources are available at: http://www.thinkcollege.net/topics/paying-for-college