The Division of Student Affairs is under the supervision of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Nichole Kennedy.
The Mission of the Division of Student Affairs is to provide support services and activities to enable students to develop and achieve educational, personal, and career goals. Departmental units providing these support services are: Admissions, Career Services, Counseling Services, Financial Aid, High School Initiatives/Dual Enrollment programs, Student Activities, Student Records, and Testing Services.
Augusta Technical College's commitment to excellence extends to each student. If one of our graduates, who was educated under a standard program, and his or her employer agree that the employee is deficient in one or more competencies as defined in the standards, Augusta Technical College will retrain that employee at no instructional cost to employee or employer.
This guarantee applies to graduates who are employed in their field of training. It is in effect for a period of two years after graduation, and includes those graduates who have failed to pass a State of Georgia required licensing examination within two years after graduation.
To inquire or to file a claim under this warranty, the employer in conjunction with the graduate should contact the Vice President of Academic Affairs at (706) 771-4020 to discuss the need for retraining. A letter from the employer on company letterhead must be submitted to the Vice President of Academic Affairs noting that the graduate is deficient in one or more areas as defined in the Technical College System of Georgia standards.
Students have the option to pay online with a credit card (MasterCard or Visa). The RTS credit card payment system is easy to use and is secured by Verisign.
When payment is complete, a confirmation eMail will be sent to your SmartWeb account.
Note to Financial Aid (HOPE and PELL) Recipients: Book vouchers will be mailed to you if your technology and malpractice fees are paid a week before the term starts.
Students are encouraged to participate in local, regional, and national organizations related to their programs of study. The following organizations maintain campus chapters or area chapters for student membership:
American Association of Medical Assistants
American Association for Respiratory Care
American Medical Transcription Association
International Association of Administrative Professionals
Association of Surgical Technologists
Delta Epsilon Chi
Association of Information Technology Professionals
Image Communications Organization Network
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Institute of Management Accountants
Instrument Society of America
American Culinary Federation Junior Chefs Association
Tenth District Practical Nurses Association
American Student Committee of the Occupational Therapy Association
Augusta Technical College desires to resolve student grievances, complaints and concerns in an expeditious, fair and amicable manner. If a resolution is not reached at the institution level, or if you believe that the nature of the complaint or its impact on the system as a whole warrants an immediate review by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) administration, please contact TCSG Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the following complaint form which can be found at
http://www.gvtc.org/stateapprovals/TCSGStudentComplaintInstructions.aspx. Students residing outside of the State of Georgia who are taking an online course may also file a complaint with an agency located in their State.