Note: this website is maintained by an interdisciplinary team of students as part of the VoterTech Vertically Integrated Project (VIP). "The goal of the VoterTech team is to investigate factors that affect voter turnout among college students and develop technologies to facilitate voter registration, transportation to the polls on Election Day or for early voting (via ride sharing), early and absentee voting, and reporting of voting Irregularities." For more information, visit the About Voter Tech page.
"The Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program is a transformative approach to enhancing higher education by engaging undergraduate and graduate students in ambitious, long-term, large-scale, multidisciplinary project teams that are led by faculty. The program has been rigorously evaluated and refined over more than two decades. In VIP, teams of undergraduate students – from various years, disciplines and backgrounds – work with faculty and graduate students in their areas of scholarship and exploration. Undergraduate students earn academic credit for their work and have direct experience with the innovation process, while faculty and graduate students benefit from the extended efforts of their teams."
VoterTech Voting Brochure
VoterTech's voting brochure is a guide to help students and staff be informed and prepared to vote. Download or view the PDFs below.
If you cannot make it to your polling place on election day or during early voting, request an absentee ballot be delivered to your Georgia Tech mailbox, the address to which can be found at the Georgia Tech Post Office.