ADA Accessibility at Georgia Tech

The main goal of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Transition Plan is to foster a long-term vision that aligns with Georgia Tech’s larger mission, strategic plan, sustainability objectives and key initiatives to create a physically and socially unified landscape that supports well-being and encourages interaction among all students, faculty and staff.

Another goal is to offer numerous resources to Georgia Tech employees, students and visitors who may need additional assistance while attending, visiting and/or working for the Institute.

After an extensive two-year assessment, the Institute is providing the opportunity to the Georgia Tech community, including individuals with disabilities or organizations representing individuals with disabilities, to participate in the development of the transition plan by submitting comments. Ultimately, the Institute will go beyond compliance and provide “universal design” to all programs, services and facilities.

You may view a video recording of the assessment findings.

The documents below are findings from this assessment and are accessible only with your GT username and password. You must be logged in to access these files. Click here to view a glossary of terms frequently used to describe accessibility.

Athletic Facilities

Academic Instructional Research Buildings

Academic Support

Campus Support

Georgia Tech Research Institute

Outdoor Review

Residential Buildings

Student Support Buildings

Wayfinding and Signage Report 

All GT Sectors Campus Map