Continues through October 11, 2021
That’s right, it only takes a day! Register for Fall C-Term
Interested in enrolling at ATC? Attend our One Stop Enrollment Day! Whether you need to get started or finish your enrollment at ATC, our staff will be available to help you complete the enrollment process in one day.
- Apply for admissions Apply for financial aid
- Complete placement testing
- Receive academic advising
- Register for classes
- Pay your tuition bill
- Hear about Grants that may be available to assist with tuition and cost of attendance fees.
- Learn more about campus services like tutoring, lending library, free textbooks for core courses
What You Need to Bring: Valid Georgia Driver License and 2019 Tax Returns.
If you are a first-time, readmit or transfer student, the documents below should be provided on or before One-Stop Enrollment Day. This will ensure that you can take advantage of all services at One-stop, including advising and registration for classes..
- Application for admission (free)
- Official high school transcript, as well as transcripts from all other previously attended colleges and universities
- If you are a readmit student and previously supplied official transcripts to ATC, and have not attended any other school since your last admission/enrollment, you do not need to re-provide.
Please have your 21-22 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) completed, and all necessary documents turned in by this date if you are wanting financial aid to cover your tuition and books. Use information from your 2019 taxes to complete the 21-22 FAFSA.
You are still welcome to join us on this day to get help filling out your FAFSA, but tuition may need to be covered using some other form of payment such as cash or credit card.
Bringing an unofficial copy of your previous non-ATC college coursework will be very helpful to advisors.
Students seeking enrollment in limited access/limited enrollment program, i.e., healthcare programs, CDL (commercial truck driving) may be required to meet additional program admission requirements, prior to registration.
If you haven’t attended any other college, you may be required to take a placement test. Testing has been waived for all programs except engineering and healthcare programs.
If you should require testing, the test center can make a testing appointment for you. The Test Center will accept walk-ins on One Stop Saturday from 8:00 am – 11:00 am. You will need a government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license, military ID.
After meeting with your advisor and resolving any holds on your records, you will be able to register for classes. All fees are due on or before October 8, 2021.
If you have attended any other college, official transcripts must be received and evaluated before you may register.
Payment of Fees
See the Cashier in the Business Office to pay for your tuition by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, etc.), check or cash. If you have any questions about a financial hold, someone will be available to answer your questions.
For questions regarding payments or fees, please call: 229-430-3057.
Grants for qualified students
Grants funds may be available for qualified applicants.