GTAAN: Graduate Advising

In 2014, the GTAAN Graduate Committee submitted recommendations to GTAAN, the Office of the Vice Provost, and Graduate Studies, all focused on enhancing the graduate advising community at Georgia Tech.  Recognizing that a department’s physical neighbors, or other departments within the same college, often lack similar size and structure, the Committee recommended the establishment of peer groups, or “clusters.” These clusters are designed to allow for cross-college resource sharing and support, by grouping programs based on their graduate student body.  With the clusters below, advisors and program staff can now reach out to their peers with questions and for guidance, while Institute-level offices can utilize these clusters in piloting programs, trainings, and soliciting feedback.


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