The Enrollment Service’s Office provides an important link between academic policies of Atlanta Technical College and our academic departments and students. This office is responsible for assisting with registration, evaluating transcripts, issuing transcripts and enrollment verification, and the graduation application process and services. The office of the Enrollment Service offers information and resources for current students, prospective students, faculty, and staff.
It is also the responsibility of the Enrollment Service’s Office to maintain accurate and secure records. For the protection of student’s rights to privacy, the Enrollment Service’s Office ensures the College’s compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
If you register late you will be charged an additional $45.00 late registration fee.
The sole responsibility to officially withdraw from any class(es) or the College lies with the student. The effective date of withdrawal is the date the student notifies the college of the withdrawal.
Students have the privilege of dropping a course during the first three instructional days of each semester, through their BANNERWEB account, without the drop becoming a part of your permanent academic record and without it affecting your financial aid.
Please remember, any amount charged against student financial aid (PELL/Scholarships…etc.) in the bookstore will be owed back to the College.
An outstanding balance consisting of these fees plus a returned check fee will still be owed to Atlanta Technical College. A “Business Office Hold” will be placed on the student’s record. Students with a Business Office Hold on their record will not be permitted to register for further coursework and/or receive financial aid
The following criteria has been established for students who elect to withdraw after the third day of classes:
Students who choose to not withdraw from classes will be classified as abandoning the course. Abandoning a course instead of following official withdrawal procedures may result in a failing grade assigned by the instructor and financial aid adjustments to the student’s account, if applicable.
The intent of a “Hardship Withdrawal” is to remove the negative effect of absences that are beyond the control of the student – if those absences affected the student’s ability to withdraw by the deadline or occurred after the posted withdrawal deadline.
The hardship withdrawal submission period opens after the W (or 60%) posted date. A hardship withdrawal, if approved, is defined as a withdrawal after the 60% deadline. A student may petition for a hardship withdrawal by submitting the “Hardship Withdraw Request Form” from the Office of the Registrar. Hardship withdrawals MUST be requested no later than the end of the following semester for which the withdrawal is requested.
Examples of a reason to submit a hardship withdrawal includes, but is not limited to, hospitalization of the student, death in the immediate family, or military duty. A request must include verifying documentation of the extenuating circumstances.
If a hardship withdrawal is requested/granted, it will include all classes for the given term. Only one hardship withdrawal is allowed per student while enrolled at ATC. The final decision as decided by the Office of Academic & Student Affairs regarding the hardship withdrawal is final and not subject to appeal.
A student requesting an evaluation of a previous institution(s) course(s) for possible transfer credits may complete and submit a Transcript Evaluation Form. Please click here to complete the form.
The Enrollment Service’s Office charges a processing fee of $13.50 for each official transcript requested by a student. Transcripts can be requested via the world wide web utilizing the web address below. Unofficial transcripts are available on the Web. For instructions on obtaining an unofficial transcript, please contact the Enrollment Service’s Office.
Students may elect to have a transcript sent electronically to another college or an email address and/or mailed to a recipient via regular 1st-class US Mail within 3-5 business days. However processing time for archived records (students who attended prior to 1998) will be extended. During peak periods (i.e., commencement, registration, end of quarter processing), we may not be able to honor the 3-5 days processing time.
Atlanta Technical College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted as follows:
Introducing Student Self-Service – you can now print enrollment verification certifications and your enrollment history securely from Banner Web. This service is available 24/7.
If you have an extreme emergency that requires an Enrollment Verification before one is available via the clearinghouse, please stop by the Registrar’s office.
A degree, diploma, or certificate student who is registered for at least 12.0 quarter credit hours is considered to be a full-time student. Enrolling for fewer hours for a particular quarter may affect eligibility for financial aid or veterans’ benefits and enrollment certification. CEU credit hours are not included in the student load calculation.
Your program completion is near and it is time to apply for your graduation. The staff at Atlanta Technical College is proud of your accomplishments and welcomes this opportunity to assist you in achieving your educational and career goals. Applying for graduation is the first step.
* Please note: students must apply for graduation to be awarded program completion and for resulting graduation status to be indicated on academic transcript.
In order to be eligible for a degree, diploma, or technical certificate of credit, your must meet all of the following requirements:
If you need a duplicate copy of a prior award, please utilized the form below.
FERPA is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, also known as the Buckley Amendment. Statute: 20 U.S.C. 1232g; Regulations: 34CFR Part 99. The intent of the Act is to protect the rights of students and to insure the privacy and accuracy of education records. The Act applies to all institutions that are recipients of federal aid administered by the Secretary of Education.
Come out and see how Atlanta Technical College can “work” for you. During this session, you can expect to be greeted by several significant college representatives who will be available to answer all questions that you may have about the college, the admissions process student support services, financial aid and much more!!! The event is only for New first time applicants to Atlanta Technical College. The $25 application fee will be waived for New first time applicants only who attend either session (10am or 6pm).
Please click the following link to reserve your spot today.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you during “Wednesday Works”!!!