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Parent and Family Programs proudly host Sibs Day each spring semester. This event, for Georgia Tech students, has become a favorite of many families each year! Georgia Tech students are invited to host brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, cousins, family friends -- you name it (ages 7-18) and give them a taste of campus life – Yellow Jacket-style!

We had a great time at this year's event on March 2, 2024, and we hope to see you at the next Sibs Day, Grandparents and Friends Day, or Family Weekend!

Sibs Day Recap Reel

Male GT student plays with little brother.


The registration fee covers the costs of meals, snacks, campus tours, educational sessions, various campus activities/entertainment including admission to a Georgia Tech men's basketball game, a Sibs Day shirt, and Georgia Tech swag.

three smiling people with their arms around eachother and the Georgia Tech yellow jacket mascot, Buzz


9 a.m. - Check-in

Campus Tours


Educational Sessions

GT Men's Basketball Game

Fun Activities

5 p.m. - Pick-up/Check-out

The Atlanta skyline at dusk, with tall buildings silhouetted infront of a pale blue and pink sky


Parent and Family Programs arranges for blocks of rooms at several area hotels for guests traveling to Atlanta for Sibs Day.

What are past attendees saying about Sibs Day at Georgia Tech?

“I love Sibs Day because it is the perfect opportunity for me to introduce my family to my Georgia Tech family” - GT Student

“It gives us an exciting opportunity to spend time with our siblings and encounter Georgia tech on a real level.” - GT Brother

“My entire family comes to Sibs Day every year. My little sister loves it and we always have a great day!” – GT Student

“I love Sibs Day because it allows me to experience some of the research my brother does for the school and it gives me a chance to catch up with him” – GT Brother

“They had so much fun and are very eager to do it again. Normally, they don’t get one on one time with their GT student sibling without mom around, so it was a nice change.” – GT Mom

“GT is all he can talk about. He loved hanging out with "real" students and being on a college campus. He really wants to be a Yellow Jacket!” – GT Mom

“It gives us a chance to spend time together as a family opportunity to stay connected!” – GT Mom and Dad