The school cafeteria, located on the first floor, is usually open for breakfast and lunch while classes are in session. Meals are prepared by students under the supervision of qualified faculty. Students who bring lunches may eat in the designated lounge areas.
Textbooks and general school supplies are available from the bookstore located on the second floor of the main building lobby. Normal bookstore hours are 8:30am-6pm, Monday through Thursday and 9:30am-12:00pm Friday. Special schedules are arranged to accommodate the evening school students and regular students at the beginning of each new quarter.
The college operates a childcare center as part of its Early Childhood Care & Education program, which accepts children ages seven months to five years on a space available basis.** Please note – Because of safety and liability issues, Atlanta Technical College does not allow children in classrooms or laboratory areas at any time. An adult must accompany children on the campus at all times. Atlanta Technical College reserves the right to have violators of this policy removed from the ATC campus.
Please review our COVID-19 page and stay up to date on information during this pandemic.
The library/media center supports all areas of instruction offered by Atlanta Technical College, providing print and non-print resources (books, periodicals, videotapes, computer software, computers, etc.), facilities, and services to all faculty, staff, and students. Inter-library loan services are available, and patrons have access to a variety of computer resources including indexes to periodicals, full-text newspapers, on-line access to library catalogs, the Internet, CD-ROM workstations, and several computers for word processing.
The college restaurant is open to students, faculty and members of the community. Meals are prepared by students under the supervision of qualified faculty.
Vending machines are located throughout the college. Money changing machines have been placed in some vending locations on the first floor, and a representative of the vending company is at the school daily to service the machines. Reimbursement for lost funds should be registered at the business office cashier window.
Student open-air lounges are located on the north end of the Academic Building near culinary arts and the ATM and on the south end of the Academic Building near Barbering and Cosmetology. Students may also enjoy the comforts of the outdoor courtyards and relaxation areas.
Locker fees are included in registration fees for all students enrolled in credit courses. Students should determine the area of the building where they would like to obtain a locker and then make a selection from those available. Lockers are obtained through the Security Office, room 2121. It is recommended that students reserve lockers during the orientation period preceding the beginning of classes each term.
One locker per person. Use of personal locks is prohibited. Students who have lost or forgotten locker combinations must contact the Security Office to obtain the information.
Atlanta Technical College is not responsible for items lost or stolen from lockers.Students withdrawing or graduating from the college should clean out their lockers and notify security that they are vacated. Lockers will be checked once a year by security between the spring and summer quarters for serviceability and to update locker assignments.
MARTA’s 95 Hapeville bus provides services connecting the college with the West End MARTA Rail Station. Special buses are also operated by MARTA to supplement the regular schedule, these are marked Atlanta Tech.
Lost and Found
Campus security, located off of the second floor lobby of the Academic Building in room 2121, manages the lost and found.
All students and faculty commuting to the college via private vehicle must have a valid parking decal to take advantage of our free parking program. Although there is no fee for daily parking, there is an annual decal fee of $15. Payment should be submitted to the Business Office.
Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf (TTY)
Telecommunication devices for the hearing impaired students are available through the Admissions Office. Contact Mattie Goss, career planner/special needs, for information. She can be reached at Student Affairs Division, Atlanta Technical College, Academic Building, C1111B, Atlanta Technical College, 1560 Metropolitan Parkway, SW, Atlanta, GA 30310. Phone: 404.225.4446. Email: email@example.com.
Atlanta Technical College makes a good-faith effort to distribute voter registration forms to each student. Voter registration tables are set up during registration, and forms are made available. Students are encouraged to complete the forms and to exercise their right to vote in local, state, and federal elections. Students can consult the office of the Secretary of State for voter and election information .sos.georgia.gov