Dear Class of 1975 Alumni,

Can you believe that it’s been 40 years since we “got out” of Georgia Tech? No one would say our time at Georgia Tech was easy – we worked hard and the pressure was intense. But those Georgia Tech degrees are valuable, and in many ways, even more valuable now.

When we started, we knew how rigorous the academics were. And in the 40 years since, everyone else has taken notice. Georgia Tech has been ranked the smartest public college in America by Business Insider magazine and one of the top 10 universities for return on investment. Last academic year, 25,000 applicants competed for approximately 2,800 spots.





We hope you plan to join us on campus for Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, October 22-24. It will be incredible to see just how far Georgia Tech has come since 1975. You’ll be glad you did.

For our 40th reunion, we set an ambitious class goal of $13 million and 33% class participation. Please join us by making your pledge in honor of this very special reunion year. You’ll be glad you did.



Mike Neal, IMGT 1975
Reunion Chair

Tom Avery, IMGT 1975
Co-Fund Chair

Steve Skalko, CE 1975
Co-Fund Chair