announced this week that it is extending the deadline for prospective students. The new document deadline for Fall Semester has been extended to Aug. 8 at 6 p.m. for new and transferring students.
“The extension gives everyone approximately eight extra business days to get their applications, test scores, transcripts and other items in our hands,” said Missy Cusack, Executive Director of Admissions. “We understand that some prospective students might need this extra time.”
More than 1,000 new students have already registered for classes, which are scheduled to begin Aug. 17. Access to early online registration will remain open until Aug. 13 with fees due Aug. 14 at noon. Final registration will take place at the Marietta and North Metro campuses only on Aug. 15.
Chattahoochee Technical College offers more than 75 programs of study. A student can study full time to earn a certificate (approximately 9-12 months to complete), a diploma (approximately 1.5 years to complete) or an Associate of Applied Science degree (2 to 2.5 years to complete).
“With a growing list of articulation agreements with other colleges and universities, prospective students are able to continue their education,” said Cusack.
Financial Aid is available to qualified students to help them meet the costs of attending college. Many CTC students qualify for some type of financial aid. Students apply for HOPE Grant or Scholarship, Pell Grant and other federal and state aid via the FAFSA at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov.