- Complete and submit the Albany Technical College admissions application. Students must be 16 years of age or older.
- Provide $15 non-refundable application fee for Summer 2011 or a $22.50 non-refundable application fee for Fall 2011. Current High School juniors and seniors exempt from fee.
- Complete the entrance exam, if required.
The entrance exam may be waived for diploma programs if the student has completed acceptable college or technical college credit for English and Math with grades of “C” or higher; has SAT scores of 400 Math or 430 verbal; has CPE scores of 77 English, 77 Reading, and 75 Math; or a 17 composite score on the ACT.
The entrance exam may be waived for degree programs if the student has completed acceptable college or technical college credit for English and Math with grades of “C” or higher; has SAT scores of 440 Math or 480 Verbal; has CPE scores of 77 English, 77 Reading, and 75 Math; or a verbal 20 and math 19 on the ACT.
The entrance exam will be waived if the applicant holds an associate degree or higher. An official transcript is required for this waiver.
- Submit official high school transcript or GED scores if entering a credit program.
- Submit official college or technical college transcript for prior credit.
- Notification of Acceptance: Students are notified by mail of their acceptance into a program of study.
- Attend New Student Orientation and registration on specified date.
Learning Support admission is granted to students who do not meet regular or provisional program admission requirements. Students classified in this category are eligible to enroll in learning support classes only. Admission of learning support transfer students is contingent upon their meeting applicable licensure and accreditation requirements.
Upon overcoming skill deficits in English, reading, and/or math, learning support students are eligible for admission to diploma programs on a regular or provisional basis. The amount of time spent in learning support depends upon the individual student's needs and progress.
SEE CATALOG/HANDBOOK FOR MORE DETAILS OF LEARNING, SPECIAL STATUS AND PROVISIONAL STATUS
Students dismissed or suspended from the institution because of administrative action, absenteeism or academic reasons may apply to re-enter after completing the designated absence. Application to re-enter must be made through the Office of Admissions; however, reapplying does not guarantee acceptance. -SEE CATALOG/HANDBOOK FOR MORE DETAILS
Georgia Residency Requirements for In-State Tuition Eligibility - SEE CATALOG/HANDBOOK FOR MORE DETAILS
Out-of-State Tuition Eligibility - SEE CATALOG/HANDBOOK FOR MORE DETAILS