Transient Students Admissions Requirements
ATC students desiring to take a course or courses from another accredited institution must have prior approval from the ATC registrar and be in good standing. It is the student's responsibility to apply to the institution he or she wishes to attend as a transient student and have a transcript sent to ATC at the end of the semester in order for the grade to be issued as a transfer grade. Only grades of "C" or better are accepted as transfer grades.
If the transient status is not approved, courses will NOT be eligible for transfer to an ATC program of study.
Out-of-area students wishing to attend ATC as a transient students must do the following:
- Submit an application.
- Present a statement from the registrar of the parent institution showing the student is in good standing and eligible to return to that institution.
- Pay the ATC schedule of fees.
The 25-credit-hour maximum may be waived for transient students upon the recommendation of the parent institution.
Students who have not attended ATC for more than one semester or who withdrew voluntarily or were suspended during their last semester of enrollment may apply to re-enter at the beginning of any semester as a returning student. Applications to re-enter must be made through the Office of Admissions. Reapplication does not guarantee acceptance.
Students re-entering after being suspended must meet their conditions of re-entry as established by the disciplinary committee.