Introducing the Everyday Champions Blueprint

Everyday Champions Blueprint

Georgia Tech athletics is proud to unveil its EVERYDAY CHAMPIONS blueprint, comprised of the three pillars that will guide its student-athletes in their journey to differentiate themselves and succeed in all aspects of life.

Yellow Jacket student-athletes will strive to be EVERYDAY CHAMPIONS through three characteristics unique to Georgia Tech:

Everyday Champions


Competing for championships at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics in the Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA Division I
Everyday Champions


Excelling in one of the most rigorous and rewarding academic institutions in the world
Everyday Champions


Pursuing Dr. Homer Rice's model of excellence and personal well-being in all aspects of life



Georgia Tech expects to produce EVERYDAY CHAMPIONS that not only achieve extraordinary things as a student-athlete but are market-ready professionals poised to become the latest in a long line of Georgia Tech student-athletes to produce extraordinary results after they get out.

Our Stories

Paging Dr. Anderson


Aspiring surgeon Emily Anderson is practicing her analytic approach to find success on the field.

Solomon Defies Expectations


No one imagined Nahom Solomon would become an All-American. Coach Alan Drosky says the computer engineer's story is about "the power of self-confidence and belief in yourself." Read more.

Working Above The Rim

Although Isma'il Muhammad may be the best dunker in school history, he always knew "I had no desire to just be a basketball player." Read More


Jackets Without Borders


Georgia Tech Athletics' second international service trip was a win-win for student-athletes, Puerto Rico community Read more.

Making the Right Read


Matthew Jordan can't imagine his life without Georgia Tech. "I came here and I got two (degrees). I'm really ecstatic about that. I wouldn't change anything."

Cam Can


After leading Georgia Tech to its best softball season in five years, rising sophomore Cameron Stanford will intern at the Georgia Aquarium (the largest in the world) less than a mile off campus. Read more.


Priority Areas

Priority Areas
To provide the best student-athlete experience possible, equipping them with everything they need to be skillful in their sport, while also developing each as a total person excelling in academics and in life
Priority Areas
To be bold about telling the story of our student-athletes' successes, both while they compete for Georgia Tech and after they leave the Flats
Priority Areas
To engage our constituents in a way that connects them to everything it means to be a Georgia Tech student-athlete
Priority Areas
To continue to improve our financial stability in an ever-changing landscape of college athletics