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1 New Student Orientation
Voted "The Best Community College" by Washington Monthly New Student Orientation

2 President’s Welcome The faculty and staff at Atlanta Technical College welcome you as the newest member of our college family! You have joined a college community that is focused on your academic and career goals, and we want to work with you to ensure your success. You are a valuable asset to the Atlanta Technical College community, and your life will be transformed by your experiences here. At the same time, this college community will also be enriched because of you. We welcome your leadership, scholarship, service, creativity and involvement. I invite you to witness the power of an education from Atlanta Technical College to become what you are meant to be! Dr. Alvetta Peterman Thomas President

3 General Information Atlanta Technical College (Atlanta Tech) began offering its first programs in 1968. Atlanta Tech is a public post-secondary college, under the governance of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), a consortia of 26 technical colleges strategically located throughout the state of Georgia. Atlanta Tech’s designated service are includes the city of Atlanta, Fulton County south of the Chattahoochee and Clayton County. Atlanta Tech’s training programs are fully accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

4 Education for Everyone
Atlanta Tech offers opportunities to people 16 years or older to include: Recent high school graduates, Men and women currently in the workforce, Persons returning or entering college for the first time, and Veterans

5 Warranty Policy We guarantee that when you graduate from your program of study that you will be prepared for the career in which you were trained—if not, we’ll re-train you with FREE tuition!

6 ACADEMIC CALENDAR The academic calendar is from:
July 1- June 30 of each fiscal year Atlanta Technical College and other Technical College System of Georgia schools are switching to semesters beginning Fall 2011. Click here for more information. The academic calendar is updated and published in the College Catalog. Visit for additional updates.

7 Grading Policy Grades are issued at the end of each semester.
A grade of “C” or better is required in all courses for graduation. Grade Numerical Equivalent Grade Points A /4 B / 3 C / 2 D / 1 F 0-59/ 0

8 Work Ethics A work ethics grade is also issued for each course and is designed to evaluate and encourage good work habits. You will be evaluated based on the following characteristics. Attitude Organizational Skills Communication Cooperation Respect Attendance Character Teamwork Appearance Productivity

9 Career Placement Services
The Career Placement Services Office conducts workshops each semester for students to disseminate information on the availability, scope, and use of career placement resources. They provide access to on-line resources to assist with job placement resources such as Erecruiting ( Computer labs are available on a first come, first serve basis Interviewing and resume assistance are available CPS also offers Campus Recruiting Days where businesses come to campus in search of potential employees.

10 Career Placement Services Contact Information Campus Location: Suite D128 Phone: / 4449 Director, Michael Burnside Career Evaluator, Cathy Clements Career Support Assistant, Carolyn Sanders

11 Learning Support Center (LSC)
Offers free tutoring in: 1) Learning Support: English, Math, and Reading ( ) 2) General Education Courses 3) English, Math, and Reading for Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL ) Seminars and Workshops Learning Support Counselors Open Study Area Open Computer Lab Contact: Ronald Laws Learning Support Specialist Room 2118

12 Learning Support (continued)
College 099 Student Success Seminar Course is for all Learning Support Students (096 – 099) 2 credit hours Sample Topics include time management, learning styles, study skills and more.

13 General Educational Development Diploma (GED)
Did you know that GED testing is available at Atlanta Technical College? If you are enrolled in one of the programs which does not require a high school diploma for admission, remember you must attain your diploma or GED before completing your program of study. The fee is $95 for all five tests, $19 for a single subject area. Contact: Mrs. Marilyn Arrington, GED Chief Examiner

14 Open Computer Labs Room 2118 is open from
9:00 am – 9:00 pm (Mon–Thurs) Room 1118 (Library) is open 7:45 am – 9:00 pm (Mon–Thurs) Center for Excellence and Lifelong Learning (New Connections Building) 8 am – 3 pm (Mon – Thurs)

15 Library & Media Services
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. Flexible scheduling permits individuals and groups to use the center as needed. Students must present a current valid student ID in order to borrow materials. The library is a place of study for students. For this reason, eating, drinking, unattended children, radios, cell phones, or unnecessary noises are prohibited. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. To access library services online:

16 Student Activities The Accounting Club Club Metro 1560
Delta Epsilon Chi (DEX) Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) Halle International Exchange Program International Club

17 Student Activities (Continued)
Millennium Club National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) Student Government Association (SGA) Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Skills USA Student Leadership Council Program Clubs Contact: Mr. Jessean Banks Student Activities Coordinator

18 Early Childcare Center
The Center provides: A safe and healthy learning environment Nutritious meals (breakfast, lunch & snack), Activities, materials, and equipment which are age and developmentally–appropriate A creative curriculum for infants, toddlers, 3 years old & Pre-kindergarten. An open door policy, which supports open communication between children, adults, the community, and the centre staff. A staff that serves children ages: 7 months – 5 years old, An environment that encourages creativity through a variety of art experiences Hours of Operation:  Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Contact: Dr. Marsha Whittle, Center Director 18

19 Student Photo Identification
For security purposes, students are required to carry their college identification card whenever on campus, or when participating in college activities. Student photo identification cards are made throughout registration and on Mondays in Room Check with Student Affairs for an updated schedule. Students will be required to present the college identification card when using the library and other campus facilities and should be able to present it upon the request of a college official.

20 College Security Atlanta Technical College works to help you maintain your personal safety and to protect your property by providing security and safety services. Each year, Atlanta Technical College publishes its crime statistics according to the guidelines of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The Campus Crime Report is available online at . Campus security also: Maintains Lost and Found Issues parking decals and lockers Regulates parking Patrols the halls and parking lots Checks student ID’s Safety is everyone’s business - Be Alert! Report incidences immediately to a security officer.

21 Parking Decal Parking decals are required for all vehicles parked on campus. These decals may be obtained from the Business Office located in the Cleveland Dennard Building across from the Admissions and Student Financial Aid offices. The cost is $15; $23 beginning August 23, 2011.

22 Bookstore Information
The bookstore is in room 2122 located in the second floor lobby of the Academic Complex across from the auditorium. New and used textbooks, supplies, related course items, academic computer supplies, Atlanta Tech paraphernalia, clothing, and other items are available for your convenience. STORE HOURS: Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Hope and Pell Charge Dates: Tuesday, August Thursday September 1, 2011 Third Party Charge Dates: Tuesday, August Thursday September 8, 2011 TO ACCESS YOUR FINANCIAL AID ACCOUNT IN THE BOOKSTORE PLEASE PRESENT A VALID ATLANTA TECH I.D. OR GOVERNMENT I.D. FORMS OF PAYMENT: Visa, MasterCard, Check (with Government Issued I.D.)  22

23 Special Needs Survey Students requiring accommodations must inform the Special Needs Coordinator before the service is provided. Official documentation is required. You may also click here to complete the State Enrollment System Information Form. The first section is for those individuals who may have a psychological, medical or learning disability. The second section is for those individuals who have not been able to find employment, or lost their job or who are single parents. Examples of services include: Interpreters, note takers, desk adjustments, computer visual aids, special equipment For Special Needs Contact: Ms. Sylvie Moses

24 Student Conduct Code Students are responsible for following all of the
rules outlined in the Student Handbook. Drug Free Campus – no drug use or possession of weapons are allowed on campus. Violations of the Student Conduct Code may result in suspension or expulsion from the College. Sexual Harassment is prohibited! Student Right to Know

25 Angel on-line orientation is:
Angel On-line Courses Angel on-line orientation is: August 23 at 10 am, 2 pm, or 5 pm August 24 at 10 am, 2 pm, or 5 pm August 25 at 10 am or 2 pm August 26 at 1 pm Students enrolled in an online class should have an account prior to the first day of class. You are responsible for ing your instructor to verify your attendance. Online Learning Website

26 Student Financial Aid

27 APPLY FOR AID TODAY Workshops are held every Tuesday from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. and Wednesday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Workshops are not held during new student registration. For the HOPE Grant, apply online at Only a 2 – 4 Day Process For the PELL Grant, apply online at . The process takes 2 – 4 Weeks. Student and Parent Tax Forms are REQUIRED to Complete the Application

28 Student Financial Aid Office
Academic Year (July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012) FINANCIAL AID COUNSELORS Financial Aid Counselors are available to assist students in completing the financial aid process. Counselors are assigned based on the student’s last name. Last Names Beginning A-J: Ms. Julia Byron ( ) Last Names Beginning K-Z: Ms. Cheryl Billups ( )

GSFAPPS: FAFSA: Selective Service: Income Tax Documentation:

30 Financial Aid Programs and Application Process Academic Year (July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012) APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID Students at Atlanta Technical College (ATC) are encouraged to apply for the federal and state Student Financial Aid (SFA) programs that are available to assist with educational costs. The following financial aid information will provide you with an overview of the programs available, the eligibility criteria, and the application process. Additional information and/or clarification of the SFA programs are available in the Financial Aid Office. Please note that the information contained herein is based on federal, state and/or institutional policies which are subject to change. STUDENT LOANS Atlanta Technical College does not participate in the Federal Student Loan Program. The Financial Aid Office cannot certify student loan applications HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT DOCUMENTION The student’s high school transcript and/or prior college transcript must be on file in the Atlanta Tech Admissions Office prior to the student receiving financial aid funding

31 Federal Financial Aid Programs
Federal PELL Grant Program (PELL) The PELL Grant Program provides assistance to students who demonstrate financial need as defined by the U. S. Department of Education. PELL recipients must be enrolled in an eligible program of study and must not have attained a baccalaureate degree or a first professional degree. The maximum award amount for is $ Recipients must be enrolled in an eligible program of student. The award amount each term is based on the number of enrollment hours each term. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)  This program is designed to ‘supplement’ the grant assistance awarded to students with the highest PELL eligibility. Funds are limited and based on the school’s allocation received each year. Since funds at Atlanta Tech are limited, students who meet the priority deadline date for applying for federal aid have the greatest chance of receiving FSEOG.    Federal Work Study (FWS) Program The FWS Program provides part-time employment. FWS students must maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or greater. FWS offers exposure to real work experiences, development of positive work ethics and time management skills. Students interested in participating in this program must complete an ATC FWS application in addition to the FAFSA.

32 State Financial Aid Programs
Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally (HOPE) Scholarship Program  The HOPE Grant is available to students enrolled in a certificate or diploma program of study. Recipients are eligible for a maximum of 63 semester hours of HOPE Grant Payment. Effective fall semester, HOPE Grant recipients must have a minimum 3.0 GPA at the 30th and 60th hour check points to remain eligible for the HOPE Grant. The HOPE Scholarship is awarded to HOPE Scholars enrolled in an associate degree (AAS) program of study. HOPE Scholars are students who graduate from a Georgia high school with this distinguished honor or students who are ‘grandfathered’ into the program after attempting a minimum of 45 associate or baccalaureate degree credit hours with a 3.0 or greater cumulative GPA at the required checkpoints. HOPE Scholarship applicants must also complete the ATC HOPE Scholarship Application.

Please note that the HOPE does not cover the Technology Fee, Late Fee or Malpractice Insurance Fee. Effective Fall Semester, the HOPE Award will only cover a portion of tuition cost. The HOPE Fees and Book Awards have been eliminated effective fall semester. For the academic year, The HOPE tuition will cover $60.75 per semester hour. The tuition charges effective fall = $75.00 per semester hours. Therefore, the student will be responsible for $14.25 per semester hour unless he/she qualifies for Pell Grant or some other type of assistance.

34 Financial Aid Eligibility
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA  Although there are specific criteria governing each SFA program, all SFA recipients must meet the following criteria: U. S. citizenship or eligible non-citizenship Selective Service registration, if required at High school diploma or GED Enrollment in an eligible program of study Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Not owe a refund to a federal grant program or be in default on a federal student loan

35 Spring Semester -- November 15
Deadline Dates Applicants are encouraged to begin the application process as soon as possible prior to the academic year/term they would like to receive financial assistance. The academic year is July 1 – June 30, and the priority deadline date is March 1st preceding the chosen academic year. Should the applicant fail to meet the priority deadline date, all aid applications and supportive documents must be submitted to the aid office by the following semester deadline dates: Fall Semester -- July 1 Spring Semester -- November 15

36 Satisfactory Academic Progress & Special Circumstances
SFA recipients must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) toward the completion of their certificate, diploma or degree. This includes maintaining a 2.0 or greater grade point average (GPA) and completing the program within 150 percent (150%) of the standard time frame required. Students must satisfactorily complete 67% of all attempted classes each semester to complete the program within the 150% time frame. Grades of D, F, W, WF, WP, U and I adversely affect the student’s completion rate. Students who fall below the Minimum requirements (GPA or completion rate) are required to pay their own tuition and fees until they regain SAP eligibility. If extenuating circumstances occur, the student may file an appeal to regain financial aid eligibility. These SAP regulations will change effective fall semester (August 23, 2011) Recommendation: Students who decide to change majors or withdraw from classes should check with their financial aid counselor to determine if and how their financial aid may be affected.

Students (and or the parents of dependent students) who experience changes (loss of employment, change in dependents, etc.) in their financial circumstances, should notify their Financial Aid Office in writing. Documentation is often required, but this could result in an increase in funding. 37


39 Fee Payment

40 Payment of Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fees are due at the time of registration by one of the following methods: Cash, checks, money orders or credit card Tuition and Fees can be paid online via BANNER by credit card (VISA and MasterCard only) – see instruction for BANNER Web payments in Orientation Manual Financial Aid (if you have received an official award letter) Third-Party Contract Sponsors

41 Check the academic calendar for the current semester deadline.
BUSINESS OFFICE If you do not have Financial Aid or a Third-Party sponsor, you may pay your tuition and fees with cash, check, or credit card. See the cashier in the Cleveland Dennard Building. Student schedules will be purged for non-payment of fees by semester deadline. Check the academic calendar for the current semester deadline.

42 Third Party Sponsors To better service our clients Atlanta Tech has an agreement with several companies that provide tuition, fees, books and scholarships. Examples of Third Party All Workforce Development Agencies Army National Guard Atlanta Job Corps AT&T Department of Veteran’s Affairs Internal Revenue Service Mayor’s Youth Program Georgia Fatherhood Georgia Department of Labor

43 Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
Provides tuition, books, tools, uniforms and equipment, child care services, and transportation for those who qualify. You must attend an orientation. WIA Offices: Atlanta Workforce Development Agency/Atlanta Tech Fulton County Workforce Development Agency Atlanta Regional Commission Mattie Goss, Coordinator

44 Enrollment Fees & Methods of Payment

45 Payment Deadlines The following must be completed by the Payment Deadline: 1.All tuition & fees must be paid – See Banner Web Payment instructions. 2. All Financial Aid must be awarded and fees authorized in Banner Web. 3. All Third Party letters must be submitted to the Business Office. 4. Pay any remaining charges not covered by Financial Aid or Third Party. Tuition and fees are due at the time of registration by one of the following methods: Cash, checks, money orders or credit card Tuition and Fees can be paid online via BANNER by credit card (VISA and MasterCard only) – see instruction for BANNER Web payments in Orientation Manual Financial Aid (if you have received an official award letter) Third-Party Contract Sponsors Any student that has registered, but has fees that were not paid by the Payment Deadline, will have their schedule dropped (Purged). However, that student may re-register based on the availability of classes during Late Registration. A $45 late fee may apply during that time.

46 Instructions for Banner Web Payments (Online fee payments by check or credit card)
1. Visit Banner Web at 2. Click on Enter Secure Area. 3. Read this page and enter your Student ID (9000XXXXX) and PIN (student’s birthday MMDDYY) click Login. 4. Click on Student Services & Financial Aid. 5. Click on Student Records 6. Click on Summary By Term 7. Click Pay Online. This is located at the bottom right portion of your screen. 9. Select a Term for payment. 10. Enter the balance that you are paying and Click Pay by Credit or Check. 11. Enter your credit card information and click Continue Credit Card Payment or Check payment. 12. The next screen will serve as a receipt for this transaction. Print this page. You will receive an receipt at the address provided with your Credit Card information.

47 REFUND POLICY Cancelled Classes
If tuition and fees are collected in advance of the start date of a class and the institution cancels the class, 100 % of all fees paid will be refunded. Withdrawals Students will receive refunds due upon submission of official withdrawal form from school. Tuition and Fees All tuition and fees, excluding the application fee, shall be refunded if a student formally withdraws prior to the first day of class of any semester.

48 HIGHER ONE CARDS All student refunds are done thru the Higher One Easy Refund card. Every student, even those that pay with cash/check/credit card, gets a refund card. This card is mailed to students about 4 weeks after the start of the semester. The mailing address that is used is taken from your ATC application. So if you have moved since you applied to ATC, please update your information in the Admissions office. There is a processing fee of $10 charged if Higher One has to re-issue a card for you. If you have not received your card by mid-term, come by the Business Office and the cashier can check the card status on Higher One’s website.

49 HIGHER ONE CARDS (continued)
During the 1st 2 weeks of class, you can use your HOPE book allowance and a portion of your PELL award to buy books and supplies. Then, any unused portion of your financial aid will be processed as your refund. For cash-paying students, their refund may be for a dropped class. Remember that any changes to you schedule while also change your financial aid and the amount of your Hope book allowance. Review your student account online frequently. Atlanta Tech has a 3-day no penalty, no foul period, during which you can withdraw without incurring fees. If you drop or switch classes after day 3, your initial fees will not change. Watch an Orientation Video - Once your receive your card in the mail, Activate It! -

50 Banner Web Registration Process

51 BANNER WEB Registration Instructions
See your Academic Advisor to complete a COURSE REGISTRATION FORM. Go to Atlanta Technical College’s homepage – Click on Banner Web Click on Enter Secure Area Enter your User ID or SSN: This is the ID number provided in your acceptance letter beginning with “900.” Enter your six-digit date of birth (MMDDYYYY). (Three consecutive incorrect entries will lock your account and you must contact the Lab Monitor) NOTE: If you have never logged into BANNER WEB, you will be requested to generate a question and the answer to that question just in case you loose your PIN. For example, you may ask the question “What is my favorite color?” your answer may be “GREEN”. The question and answer will allow you to create a new PIN if you forget your PIN. Click on STUDENT SERVICES AND FINANCIAL AID. Click on REGISTRATION Click on ADD/DROP CLASSES Select term then Submit Click on the first box: add all CRN’s into each subsequent bock; Submit

52 BANNER WEB Registration Instructions (Cont’)
13. Check to make sure that all classes were accepted. NOTE: If a class was not accepted, go to “LOOKUP CLASSES TO ADD”; find the class and choose the same class for a different time that does not conflict with other classes selected (C indicates a closed class); then click register at the bottom of the screen. 14. To see your complete schedule, return to the main menu, click on STUDENT DETAIL SCHEDULE. This screen includes all registered courses with day, time, location, instructor, etc. WRITE DOWN or PRINT a copy of your schedule. 15. To review the fees generated by your registration, click on Return to Previous. Select Registration Fee Assessment; this this will display your fees. Click on Account Summary by Term to view your account history in detail. 16. Return to the main menu. If you have financial aid, authorize your Technology Fee. See page 20 for details. 17. Click on EXIT. (Security Measure) Once you have completed registration, it is necessary that you close the browser. To avoid having your schedule purged, you must go immediately to the Financial Aid or Business Office to fulfill your financial obligations.  If you have any problems with your PIN, please see staff personnel in Room 2118 for assistance.

53 Access to your Follow the steps below to access your myATC username and password from Banner’s website. Log into Banner. The URL is Click on “Enter a secure area” Enter your user id and password for Banner. Username is usually your Banner ID or social security number Password is usually birthday in this format “mmddyy” If you do not have a Banner user id or Password you will not be able to participate Then click the “Personal Information” Link Then Click the “View Address” Link You will see your user ID for the MyATC Portal under the statement “student address” exp ***The first portion of the is your user name. sjohn Write down your username. (Next)

54 Access to MyATC Account
Now that you have YOUR USER name, you can login to MyATC PORTAL Log into My ATC. The URL is 2. Enter your username and password 3. Next, log into MyATC with the username and Password you retrieved from Banner. Your MyATC Portal password is the same as the password used for logging into Banner.

55 How to Access ANGEL Online, Web-Enhanced and Hybrid courses
When can I start my online class? The start and end dates of online classes mirror those of the College's on-campus classes. You should have access to your ANGEL section no later than the first day of class. If you do not, your instructor for an update on the status of the class. What is the username and password that I use to access ANGEL? Your ANGEL username and initial password are based upon information in your Student Records from your colleges Banner system. The web address is The format for your ANGEL Username and Initial Password are: Username: 23_9XXXXXXXX, where 9XXXXXXXX is your College Student ID Number Initial Password: 23_9XXXXXXXX On your first login, ANGEL will require you to change your password. If you do not recall your Student ID you may have to login to your colleges Bannerweb system and retrieve your ID. I tried to login to ANGEL, but I have forgotten my password. What should I do? On the ANGEL login page, click the "I forgot my password" link, and follow the instructions to reset your password. You will need to know the address in your ANGEL account. This is the same account issued by your college. If you were not given a college account it will be the one you gave the college to use.

56 How to Access ANGEL Online, Web-Enhanced and Hybrid courses (Continued)
I logged into ANGEL, but one or more of my classes are missing. What should I do? There are several instances when this might happen: The first instance is when your instructor has not opened up the class for your use. your instructor, if it is an online class, or speak with your instructor at your next class meeting, and check on the status of the missing class(es) The second instance is when your instructor does not use ANGEL with your class. If you think you are suppose to have access to a course on ANGEL that is associated with your on-campus course please contact your instructor for the status The third instance is when you are not registered for the class. Please confirm with your instructor and/or student services that you are registered for the class. I have never used ANGEL before. Is there something that I can read to help me get started? There is an excellent document entitled "ANGEL Student Quick Start Guide" You can access the web address below. I am having a technical issue with ANGEL. Where do I go for help? Please contact : Ananda V. Rajeurs at

57 Understanding Your Course Schedule

58 Course Schedule Options
Lecture Course -- Lecture courses are traditional classroom courses Hybrid Course -- Hybrid courses are taught partially via the Internet and partially via the classroom. Hybrid courses differ from web-enhanced courses in that web-enhanced courses are assigned to a classroom for every contact hour described in the course catalog. Online Course -- Online courses are taught using the Internet with the bulk of the course content, activities and interactions occurring online. Online courses may require an on-site component and that component must be detailed in the course catalog. Web-Enhanced Course -- Web-enhanced courses are traditional classroom courses that use the Internet as an important component of the course. The web-based component of the course supports classroom instruction and may require students to use the Internet in order to interact with one another and the instructor, to review content, do research, complete and/or submit assignments, or take tests. Typical web-enhanced courses will include several of the following elements online: Syllabus, Calendar, Readings, Resources, Bibliography, Glossary, Links to Professional Organizations, Current News, Lecture Notes, Listserv, Discussion Board, Tests

Below is a list of terms that should help you better understand your course schedule. You will find your STUDENT ID NUMBER located in the top right-hand corner of your schedule. 1. Total Credit Hours: Displays the total number of credit hours for all courses scheduled for the identified semester 2. Course Name: Displays the name and identification code for the registered course 3. Associated Term: Displays the term associated with the schedule 4. CRN: Course Record Number (CRN) is important identifier for the course; this number is changed each semester    

5. Status: Displays registration status and the date that course was added to the schedule Registered/Web Registered -- Student should appear on the course roster Drop/Drop/Delete-Student was removed from the class roster before the withdrawal period Drop before Mid-term-Student withdrew from the course during the Withdrawal period No Showed-Student was removed from class roster by faculty for nonattendance at the beginning of the term College Initiated Drop-Student was removed from class roster by faculty for Nonattendance 6. Assigned Instructor: List the instructor(s) name for the course 7. Grade Mode, Level: Internal Use 8. Campus: Displays the campus where the course will be held    

Type: Internal Use Time: Displays the time the scheduled course will meet. Days: Displays the days the scheduled course will meet M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday Where: Room location for class, Online, or TBA (To Be Announced) Date Range: Duration of the semester Instructors: List the instructor(s) name for the course    

62 Directory Admissions Business Office Campus Bookstore Career Placement Services Early Childcare Center Financial Aid GED Coordinator Learning Support Center Library Registrar Security Special Needs

63 Forms and Documents Catalog – For information on ATC history , policies and procedures Student Handbook – For your rights and responsibilities as an ATC student State Enrollment System Information Form – Complete this form if you are in need of additional assistance Transfer of Credit Form – Complete this form right away if you desire to transfer credits from another college. Courses are not automatically transferred. The form is also available in the admissions office. Transcript Request Form – To get a copy of your ATC transcript Program Change Form – Complete this form if you would like to change your program of study. This may impact your financial aid and may require learning support classes. Re-Entry Application – If you sit out for one semester, you must complete this form to return. If it is more than four semesters (one full academic year) since you last attended Atlanta Technical College, you must complete a new application, NOT THIS FORM.

64 Enrollment Steps STEP STATION and LOCATION Step #1 Meet with your advisor to select classes (Location is provided on the “Advisement and Registration” handout located in your orientation package)   Step #2 View your bill and print your class schedule to see how much you owe before classes begin (Registration Location or Library Room 1118). See Page 51 for instructions Step #3 Financial Aid (Room 1204 A&B) You must have your class schedule before stopping at this station. Hope recipients will have a balance and must complete fee payment at the Cashiers window (Business Office). Pell Recipients Please Note: ♦ You must be accepted into an approved program of study to be eligible for financial aid. ♦ Must have proof of a high school diploma or GED on file in the Admissions office ♦ Must NOT have a developmental admit type ♦ You must have completed the verification process if required. ♦ You must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) (2.0 or greater GPA and 67% or greater completion rate) to receive aid. Step #4 Business Office (Cleveland Dennard Building) - Go to this station if you are paying by cash, check, credit card, or third party, or if you have a balance (i.e. $55 Technology Fee). You can also pay for your Parking Decal (if applicable) here. The decal is $15 and will increase to $23 on August 23rd. The decal is required or your car may be towed Pay your tuition and all fees. Fees include but are not limited to the technology fee, malpractice fee, and $45 Late Registration fee (if applicable). All fees must be paid by 12:00 p.m. (noon) August 19, Otherwise, your courses will be dropped. This fee is can be paid through your financial aid. You may also pay here to release any Business Office holds you may have. See Page 46 for on-line payments. Step #5 Student ID: Picture IDs will be prepared in Room You must have your class schedule. Additional Stations You May Need: Overrides (Registrar) Room Pin Reset Room 2215 and Auditorium / MyATC Reset Room 2216

65 Advisement and Registration Locations
Schedules can be printed in the Library or Registration Labs. Program Advisement Location Registration Location Schedule Overrides Accounting 1216 Air Conditioning Tech. 2203 2328 2215 Auto Collision Repair 2316 Automotive Tech 2324 Aviation Maint. & Avionics Tech. (Aviation Bldg.) AV8 Pay Balances to Remove Holds Barbering 1121 1227 Business Administrative Technology 1222 Cashier Window-Dennard Bldg. Carpentry 2239 CDL 2204B Computer Infor. Sys. & CIS TCC’s 2315 Cosmetology 1231 Culinary Arts 1208 Financial Aid Dental Assisting 2157 2212 1204 A - Complete Fin. Aid Appl. Dental Lab Tech. 2103 1204B - Check Fin. Aid Status Diesel Repair Tech. Drafting 2210 Early Childhood 1212 Program Changes/Reentries Electrical 2305A 2118 Electronics 2146 EMT, Fire, Paramedics D-1111 Healthcare Asst. (BWJ Bldg.) H-233 Hemodialysis (BWJ Bldg.) HIT, Medical Billing & Medical Coding 2152 2136 Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Pin # Reset Learning Support 2118/2108 Marketing & Mgmt. and Business Management 1221 Medical Asst. & Medical Language Spec. 2159 2161 Auditorium & 2215 Paralegal Studies 2236 Patient Care Asst/Tech. & Qualified Med. Aide 2154 Pharmacy Technology 2227A Phlebotomy 2162 Student ID's Plumbing 2201 Supply Chain Mgmt., Procurement & Warehouse Dist. 2204C Visual Communications 2325 2126 Welding and Joining Technology 2304

66 Atlanta Technical College!
Voted "The Best Community College" by Washington Monthly You have just finished viewing New Student Orientation information which includes information on how to access the Student Catalog, Student Handbook and other necessary resources. Should you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact a member of Students Affairs or offices provided in the directory listed in this presentation. Thank you for choosing Atlanta Technical College! 66

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