Tech spotlighted for return on investment, affordability, and career placement.
Georgia Tech continues to place highly on rankings of American colleges and universities. The Princeton Review’s latest collegiate ranking focuses on a couple of primary concerns for college students and their families: landing a job and securing a good salary.
Tech is featured prominently on Princeton Review’s 2015 ranking of “Colleges That Pay You Back.”
The Institute is ranked number 5 in the nation for colleges that provide return on investment for students not eligible for need-based financial aid.
Tech is also ranked in the top 10 nationally for career placement of students.
Tech came in 24th overall out of the Top 50 Colleges That Pay You Back.
Princeton Review rated the top 200 colleges in the United States weighing data ranging from cost and financial aid, to student debt, alumni salary, and job satisfaction.