Student Assistance Program
ESPYR offers 24/7/365 access to licensed counselors and professionals. Coaching services are available for students at no fee. SAP offers the following services at NO CHARGE: Financial, Elder Care, Adoption, Relocation, Daily Living, Legal, Pet Care, Academic, Special Needs. Students can receive up to four counseling sessions per issue, face-to-face, and referral for a full range of personal, family, and work concerns.
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Atlanta Technical College realizes that many students need financial assistance in order to attend school. Students at Atlanta Technical College have several sources of Financial Aid available: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Federal Work-Study (FWS), Georgia HOPE Scholarship Program, Loans, Veterans Administration Benefits, and various other grants and scholarships. All students are encouraged to apply. Students must apply or re-apply each year (before Fall Term) in order to receive or to continue receiving Financial Aid.
All applicants must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.ed.gov. For more information, please visit https://atlantatech.edu/financial-aid/
To learn more about scholarships available at ATC, please visit http://www.atlantatech.edu/admissions/financial-aid/scholarships/ or call 404-225-4650.
*Be sure to check at the beginning of each semester for the deadline to apply.
Atlanta Technical College believes that opportunities in technical education must include general and technical literacy, academic skills and knowledge, technical skills, and the attitudes needed to enjoy life. To obtain employment, individuals must be competitive in today’s job market, and they must possess the skills that will earn them promotions throughout their careers.
Realizing that barriers to higher education are as numerous and as diverse as the nearly 5,000 students who comprise our student body, Atlanta Technical College provides a network of academic, personal, and career services to help students overcome the obstacles they face as they pursue an education.
Atlanta Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, sex, religion, marital status, or disability. Individuals should be provided programs and services that will enable them to develop and improve their academic skills, technical competence, and work attitudes. These attributes are necessary for job acquisition, retention, and advancement in a career that is personally satisfying, socially useful, and economically beneficial.
Please contact Mattie Goss, Director of Student Services at (404) 225-4446 or email@example.com or Kymberly Savage, Resource Accommodation Specialist at (404) 225-4441 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information regarding student accommodations.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program
Atlanta Technical College (ATC) is an eligible provider for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program with the state of Georgia. The WIOA program at ATC provides additional funding to economically disadvantaged adults, at-risk youth, and dislocated workers seeking training to increase or enhance skill levels to gain employment.
WIOA funds are coordinated with Pell and HOPE. These funds can assist students with paying tuition, books, and required fees. WIOA can also purchase other required materials such as tools, uniforms, etc. to complete an approved training program.
WIOA eligibility is based on income and each WIOA office will make that determination. Dislocated worker status is not income-based. However, this applicant must provide documentation to prove he/she has been laid off due to lack of work or reduction in the workforce.
Please note that persons seeking WIOA funding must also apply for admission to the college and are required to apply for Pell and HOPE.
For a list of Local WorkSource Offices, please click here.