COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Vaccinations

Do you have questions about your enrollment and registration?  Find out more information here

I’ve already begun the admissions process. How can I submit documents and check my status?

We are still processing applications and are here to help you.

  • Admissions information is available here: ATC Admission Requirements
    1. Transcripts – Send official transcripts electronically to through network providers such as eScrip-SAFE, Parchment, and National Student Clearing House.
    2. Test Scores – Send your official SAT or ACT scores electronically to Atlanta Technical College email address
    3. Residency Document – email a legible copy of your valid driver’s license, state-issued ID, and if applicable, the front and back of your permanent resident card to Admissions@atlantatech.eduBe sure to include your name and Student ID in the email.
  • Check the status of your application by visiting Admissions Status. Follow these steps:
    • Click “ATC Admissions Login”.
    • Enter your Login and Pin (the one you created when you submitted your application.)
  • Confused and still need assistance?
    • Please contact us by calling the main college number at 404-225-4400

Business Office

I owe a balance; how do I pay my bill?

  • Debit/credit card payments can be made online by logging in to and logging into your Banner Web account. Once logged in click on the Student Services/Financial Aid Tab. Choose “Make a Credit Card Payment” from the menu options and follow the instructions.
  • If you encounter an issue, please call us at 404-225-4733 or Email
  • Login and password should be directed to

Mail checks and money orders to:

Atlanta Technical College
Attn: Business Office
1560 Metropolitan Pkwy, SW
Atlanta, GA 30310

I have a hold on my account, and I don’t know why. Who can help me?

If you have a Business Office related hold, the Student Accounts Office can assist you at 404-225-4733 or by email at

Campus Access

Students are allowed on campus for limited labs and by appointment only

Future Students

I’m interested in learning more about Atlanta Tech. During COVID-19, how can I get more information and ask questions?

We are here to help! Here are a few ways you can get assistance:

  • To view the list of programs, click
  • Email questions to A team member will respond to your question within one business day.

Can I still apply to the college for the Spring term?

Absolutely! We are still processing applications and want you to join us for your academic endeavor. Apply online by clicking here: Apply Now


With the closing of the Atlanta Technical College campuses, the ATC Library would like to encourage the continued use of available support through the following:

If you have any questions about library instruction, we are here to help via phone Monday-Thursday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm and Fridays 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, 404.225.4595, and/or email at

Why is the college charging fees for classes are primarily online?

  1. Technology Fee $105.00 (students will be continuing to rely on-campus technology)

All lectures and some labs have been moved online.  As a result, campus technology (servers, Wi-Fi, equipment) will be used extensively, and it will remain imperative that everything stays operational.  IT personnel, help desks, and student support are all also operating via technology to assist students.

  1. Campus Safety Fee $25.00 (students will be at risk if they come on campus)

The college campus safety team will continue to create and offer student forums and virtual presentations for the health, well-being, and safety of students. Additionally, campus safety personnel will continue to offer security on campus, monitor on-campus activities day and night to ensure that our College is safe, and oversee the check-in of students, faculty, and staff coming on campus for labs.

  1. Student Activity Fee $50.00 (students will be using College services)

Because of the move to online instruction, all tutoring is now conducted online for all subjects, 24 hours a day.  One hour of tutoring costs the College $23. Since the pandemic started, the use of online tutoring services after the transition to online instruction far exceeded the amount for which the College had originally contracted. Because this service is essential to student success, additional tutors and online resources have been procured to meet the increased demand. Additionally, the College is continuing to engage students and personnel to offer student forums and virtual activities.

  1. Student Accident Insurance $6.00 (students will be on campus)

The College will allow students to come on campus to pick up books and supplies if needed from the new Campus Store. In addition, many programs will be holding labs summer semester on campus.

Assistance with Homelessness

DCA has been working to identify resources available to help you as you continue to serve vulnerable people experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID19 Resources

Managing your stress and fear during the coronavirus pandemic

Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Hotline (1-866-399-8938) and other resources

Take a look at our:
COVID-19 CARES Act Emergency Fund Reporting 2019-2020
COVID-19 CARES Act Emergency Fund Reporting Spring 2021
COVID-19 CARES Act Emergency Fund Reporting Summer 2021

United Way of Greater Atlanta (Food, Shelter, Healthcare Services)

Stay Safe During Cold and Flu Season (video)

CARES Information

HEERF Quarterly Report (July 01, 2023 – September 30, 2023)

HEERF Quarterly Report (April 01, 2023 – June 30, 2023) 

HEERF Quarterly Report (January 01, 2020 – December 31, 2020)

HEERF Quarterly Report (April 01, 2021 – June 30, 2021)

HEERF Quarterly Report (July 01, 2021 – September 30, 2021)

HEERF Quarterly Report (October 01, 2021 – December 31, 2021)

HEERF Quarterly Report (January 01, 2022 – March 31, 2022)

HEERF Quarterly Report (April 01, 2022 – June 30, 2022)

HEERF Quarterly Report (July 1, 2022 – September 30, 2022)

HEERF Quarterly Report (October 01, 2022 – December 31, 2022)

Crisis Resources 

Free Wifi

Several Internet providers are offering WiFi for Free including Charter, and Comcast.  Check it out to see if you qualify.


  1. Be a household with a student enrolled in a K-12 school or college
  2. Call 844-488-8395; installation fees will be waived for eligible households


  1. Be an eligible “qualified low-income household”
  2. Go to or call 855-846-8376 for English or call 855-765-6995 for Spanish
  3. All new customers will receive “a free self-install kit” with no shipping fee.

If you are concerned about a student, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students at or call 404.561.6020