The Office of Admissions is under the supervision of the Director of Admissions, Ms. Christine Ball.
Online Application for Admissions Apply Here
Office hours subject to change during holidays or school breaks.
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Columbia County Center
Thomson / McDuffie Campus
Waynesboro / Burke Campus
FORMS & DOCUMENTS
Augusta Technical College is committed to an "open door" admission policy in accordance with its stated mission and goals. The "open door" policy means that any qualified applicant able to benefit from the curriculum will be served by the College on a first-applied, first-qualified basis with the exception of programs that have competitive requirements.
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As you complete your admission or re-admission file at Augusta Technical College, we need to share some important information with you. In accordance with Georgia HB 87 and Technical College System of Georgia policy, all applicants for admission or readmission for Spring Semester 2012 (January 2012) and beyond who seek to be classified as in-state for tuition purposes, are required to provide proof of lawful presence in the United States and proof of residency in the State of Georgia. This requirement applies to any student who wishes to enroll and to be considered for in-state tuition.
To be considered for in-state tuition, a student must be a legal resident of Georgia for 12 consecutive months prior to the first day of the term and must provide proof of lawful presence in the United States and proof of Georgia residency. For more details on how to meet this requirement, please CLICK HERE.
Prospective students must complete the following:
Full-Review Deadlines for Non-Competitive Programs:
Each term's full-review deadline is the date your admission file (application and official transcripts) and your financial aid application file must be complete.
|Term||Full Review Deadline||Classes Begin|
|Summer 2013||March 1||May 21, 2013|
|Fall 2013||July 12||August 19, 2013|
|Spring 2014||November 1||January 2014|
Non-competitive program acceptance on a first-applied, first-qualified basis, contingent upon successful completion of all admission procedures.
Processing of admission application is pending until the arrival of all official transcripts. Augusta Technical College does not accept faxed copies of transcripts.
Augusta Technical College offers several programs that are competitive. Applicants must meet program criteria and program application and course completion deadlines in order to be selected for admission or progression into these programs:
Please see the Augusta Technical College Catalog (page 15), for competitive admission program deadlines.
Competitive progression is the use of criteria to select / rank students for advancement beyond prerequisite courses. A candidate for progression is a student who is enrolled in a program to take prerequisite courses required for competitive progression. The entrance term is the semester the program admits candidates to begin taking prerequisite courses. The progression term is the semester a student begins taking courses with academic program prefixes (i.e. CAVT, VAST, ECHO, OCTA, RESP, RADT, PNSG, SURG). Completion of pre-admission criteria does not guarantee admission to competitive admission programs. Complete program requirements are given in the Programs of Study section of the college catalog.
Students who meet all requirements for admission into a selected program and are eligible to take all courses in the program curriculum are granted regular admission status.
Students who do not meet all requirements for a regular admission into a selected program are granted provisional admission status. Provisionally admitted students may take learning support classes, and certain specified occupational courses as long as class, pre-, and co- requisites are satisfied. All certificate, diploma, and associate degree program students initially admitted on a provisional basis must have satisfactorily completed the necessary prerequisite and learning support course work in order to progress through the State Standard Curriculum. Students may not be granted provisional admission to competitive admission programs or programs with wait lists.
Applicants who score below provisional-level placement test scores in English, Math, and / or Reading are referred to Adult Education for remediation. When remediation has been completed, as determined by Adult Education, the applicant will be eligible to retest.
Applicants wishing to transfer to the College must complete the Admission procedures. In addition, applicants who are in good standing at their previous institution may be accepted in good standing; applicants who are on academic probation at their previous institution may be accepted only on academic probation. Regular admission status is based upon the credential (degree, diploma, or Technical Certificate of Credit) being sought by the student.
Note: A student must complete in residence at least 25 percent of the credit hours for graduation.
Special admission is granted to applicants who desire to take credit courses for personal or professional benefit but do not plan to earn a degree, diploma, or technical certificate of credit. Admission will be granted on a space-available basis. Special admission students should be aware of the following admissions criteria:
Students dismissed or suspended from the College because of administrative action, absenteeism, or academic reasons may apply to reenter the College at the beginning of any term following the dismissal or suspension period.
Students who do not enroll for two consecutive terms must re-apply. Upon re-admittance, the student must complete the current program curriculum in effect at the time in order to graduate. If, under the a new curriculum, there has been an increase in the number of hours or competencies for a course(s) that the student completed when previously enrolled, the student must re-take the course(s). Students who need to re-enter the College must submit a new application through Student Services.
New students will be given admission priority to competitive admission programs over admission of a student who has been suspended. In addition, students who do not meet the program specific academic requirements as indicated in the catalog may not be readmitted.
Students desiring to re-enter a competitive progression allied health program must follow the program policy for readmission.
For more information regarding this process, please contact the program director or dean.