|Scheller College of Business Building Tours and Information Sessions|
Tour of Business Building
Undergraduate Information Session
All prospective undergraduate students are encouraged to tour the Scheller College of Business on select Mondays (4 p.m.) and Fridays (2 p.m.). Tours of the College of Business building are given by current business undergraduate students. Tours are an excellent way for prospective students to visit Tech Square and to see all the academic facilities (trading floor, study space, classroom and offices) of the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Tech. This is a tour of the College of Business building, not a campus tour.
Spring 2017 Tours Dates
Tours are not held during the month of May and December, or during holidays that fall on Mondays. Space is limited and registration is required.
The Scheller College of Business tour is usually followed by an information session, which will provide details about the undergraduate business curriculum, career services, freshman scholarships and special opportunities for business administration students. The tour is lead directly into the information session, and will take last 90 minutes.
Please note: Information Sessions are not conducted on days where Admissions conducts a 'Preview Georgia Tech' event. We will be conducting information sessions at those events and highly encourage you to attend.
Gold Carpet Days Select Fridays in February, March and April
'Preview Georgia Tech' Dates: Friday, February 17th
'Connect With Tech' Dates: Feburary 26 - 27 and April 9 -10
Directions to the Scheller College of Business weekly tours and info sessions are below.
|Daily Georgia Tech Admission Information Sessions and Campus Tours|
Prospective undergraduate students are highly encouraged to attend a campus tour and admission information session provided by the Office for Undergradaute Admission.
|Directions to Weekly Building Tours|
Walking From Campus
|Shadow A Student Day|
Shadow Day events are for prospective high school students. Shadow Day participants will join upperclassmen in a business class. Other activities include lunch with students and faculty/staff, a College of Business building tour and information session, and optional, informal walking tour of campus. Typically 2 Shadow Day events are held each fall and spring semester.
Registration is required for these events and space is limited!