Georgia Institute of Technology

Resources for new AE students

 Below is a list of links to important resources you will need as an AE student. If you are new to AE, plan to visit this page often during your first few weeks.

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The AE e-newsletter that comes to your mailbox every Monday: 

  • Timely reminders on registration deadlines, new course offerings, new requirements, etc
  • Career Opportunities, co-ops, internships, recruitment fairs, on-campus interviews, etc.),
  • Scholarship/Fellowship deadlines
  • Major Campus Events


T-square is an intranet site used by AE faculty, staff, student organizations to post useful information about courses and campus life. You will need to log-in with your credentials to access it. Contact Prof. Sankar if you cannot access it here.

Buzz Cards

Your Buzz Card is a lot more than your photo ID at GT-AE. It's access to labs, and buildings. Find out more.

AE Computer Lab

Virtually every AE student uses the computer lab on the third floor of the Knight building. Find out more about access, policies, and available software.

AE Student Organizations

Find out more about the many AE-affiliated student organizations that will make your interests come alive outside the classroom.

AE Student Competitions

Find out more about the numerous local, regional, and national competitions hosted by the AE chapters of various organizations.

AE Research Opportunities

Both undergraduate and graduate students have opportunities to do meaningful research for academic credit and/or pay. Find out more.


We want all of our students to have a successful experience. If you are stressed, sad, or anxious, the GT Counseling Center can help you. Visit the Counseling Center website, call 404.894.2575, or email Dr. Mahlet Endale directly.


Find out what's going on at AE by bookmarking the AE Events Calendar.
Find out what's going on around the entire Georgia Tech campus by bookmarking the GT Calendar.


What does a year in the life of  an AE student really look like?

Here's a glimpse.



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Prof. Mitchell Walker in the High-Power Electric Propulsion Lab