Return to Campus Plan

To keep you up-to-date on Georgia Tech's plans for the return to campus this fall, we will frequently update this page with new information, resources, and virtual town hall invites. 

Updates from Georgia Tech

 

UPDATE August 7, 2020: Georgia Tech Launches Campus Coronavirus Testing. http://health.gatech.edu/coronavirus/testing-launched

Phase 2 Registration: To help you make decisions about your fall class schedule, Phase 2 registration will open earlier than previously announced, and will run from August 1 – 21 at registrar.gatech.edu/registration.

Undergraduate Enrollment Deferral: The deadline to request a deferral has been extended to August 3. For more information visit the Office of Undergraduate Admission

Student Leave of Absence Requests: For fall semester, the deadline for students to submit a leave of absence request has been extended to August 3. Find eligibility requirements and more about requesting a leave of absence via the Registrar’s Office

Student accommodations: Office of Disability Services: https://disabilityservices.gatech.edu/ and questionnaire for accommodations: https://bear.accessiblelearning.com/gatech/. Students who work as undergraduate or graduate teaching assistants and graduate research assistants seeking an employment accommodation should also complete the Georgia Tech Covid-19 Higher Risk Alternative Work Arrangement Request Form

 

Resources for International Students

We understand that there are many different challenges facing international students right now. We have several online resources available to assist in planning and decision-making:

  • International Student Housing Intention Form. If you are able to travel for the Fall 2020 semester, Georgia Tech Housing can accommodate those with a fall housing assignment as early as July 24. All international students must declare their intention by August 3 via the resources section of the My Housing portal.
  • Additional guidance about move-in, late arrival, and housing cancellations for international students is available here.
  • Immigration Information Sessions: 

The Office of International Education (OIE) may need to be consulted with any detailed questions about a student’s specific immigration or visa situation. Note: OIE is currently experiencing a very high volume of email inquiries and phone calls. Response and wait times are longer than usual for individual inquiries, but additional guidance is coming together quickly to allow students’ questions to be answered as soon as possible. Students are encouraged to register for a group advising session. Group Advising Sessions are held three times each week. Students should use their Georgia Tech email to sign up for a session here.

School of Architecture Return to Campus Town Hall

School of Architecture Town Halls
  • All-School Return to Campus Call | Recorded July 2, 2020
  • Incoming Architecture Undergraduate Student Return to Campus Call | Recorded July 10, 2020
  • Incoming Architecture Graduate Student Return to Campus Call | Recorded July 15, 2020
  • Incoming Architecture International Student Return to Campus Call | Recorded July 22, 2020

Additional Student Resources

Additional Faculty Resources

Camtasia Recording and Editing Software Available to Georgia Tech Faculty

Camtasia is an all-in-one screen recorder and video editor, which makes it simple to record and create professional-looking videos on Windows and Mac.  This software is now available to Georgia Tech faculty and their support personnel (TAs, instructional designers) for course content creation. 

Important: While Camtasia is now available for recording and editing, Kaltura continues to be the delivery mechanism for course content. After creating your content using Camtasia, make sure to upload it to Canvas/Kaltura

To download Camtasia, access training sessions, and for more information, visit Camtasia Recording and Editing Software.

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