Supporting Students

Students in the atrium

Opportunities to Help


For Undergraduate Students

Named Scholarship Fund (Full) ~ from $500,000
Named Scholarship Fund (Partial) ~ from $25,000

The undergraduate program in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech is largest in the U.S., supplying talented, highly-skilled engineers to the work force. The Institute must continue to attract the best students to chemical engineering, widely considered one of the most challenging academic disciplines. To achieve this goal, the School needs funding for undergraduate scholarships. Need-based and merit-based scholarships give the best and brightest of these students an opportunity to excel.

President's Scholarship ~ from $25,000 (endowed) Funding a named President's Scholarship for a ChBE student will ensure that the best choose to attend Georgia Tech. Competition for these students is fierce, and the Institute must be in the position to ensure that no qualified student is denied an education for lack of funds.

For Graduate Students

Named Fellowship (Full) ~ from $1,000,000
Named Fellowship (Partial) ~ from $25,000–$250,000

Attracting exceptional chemical engineering graduate students is both fiercely competitive and critically important to the School. Securing top graduate students allows us to attract preeminent faculty who are the innovators in their respective areas of research. ChBE’s graduate students are tomorrow’s, academic researchers, teachers, and trailblazers in industry. Fellowship funding ensures the best training at Georgia Tech, enabling our graduate students to reach their academic goals.

To inquire about making a gift in support of the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, contact:
Donna Peyton, ChBE Director of Development