Special Populations Services

 

Mission Statement:

It is the mission of Special Populations Services to provide student-centered, comprehensive programs, services and events, which promote equality, enhance the educational experience, foster success, and contribute to the economic self-sufficiency of students who are members of special populations.

Special Populations includes:

  • Single parent students who have the primary or joint custody of a dependent child. May be divorced, widowed, legally separated, or never married.
  • Single pregnant women.
  • Displaced homemakers have worked without  pay to care for a home and/or family and for that reason have diminished marketable skills and have been dependent on the income of another family member but is no longer supported by that income.
  • Economically disadvantaged students who are Pell Grant recipients or  who are receiving federal assistance such as Food Stamps and/or Medicaid.
  • Students enrolled in nontraditional programs of study that lead to occupations or fields that have 25% or less of their gender employed within the occupation
  • Limited English proficiency students
  • Students with disabilities

Services:

Special Populations services are available to meet the needs of qualifying students. Services include but are not limited to workshops and training on educational, employability and life skills; institutional and community resources and referrals; and resource fairs and other events. A Textbook Lending Program is available to qualifying students.

Be Bold, Break the Mold! Nontraditional Careers and You.

You’ve made a smart choice in choosing Chattahoochee Technical College, now make a bold choice and consider a nontraditional program of study. Nontraditional programs of study lead to nontraditional careers. Nontraditional careers are occupations in which women or men comprise 25% or less of its total employment, such as females in law enforcement or males in nursing.

Sound interesting ? Check out our Nontraditional Careers and Programs of Study webpage.

Community Resources:

The following resource list includes social associations, service organizations, medical, legal, housing assistance and other support providers in Chattahoochee Technical College’s service delivery area. It is not presented to be a comprehensive listing of every resource for every need, as inclusion into these directories is voluntary and information and services are constantly changing with the needs of the community. These guides are intended to serve as a starting point for those students and their families in need of assistance. Additional assistance may also be garnered from www.unitedwayatlanta.org.

 

The Textbook Lending Program: 

THE TEXTBOOK LENDING PROCESS HAS CHANGED TO BETTER ASSIST YOU!

The Special Populations Services office is pleased to provide support to students who face financial challenges. The Textbook Lending Program is designed to assist qualified students in obtaining some of the required textbooks; which, due to cost would not otherwise be able to purchase the books on their own.

TEXTBOOK LENDING IS AS EASY AS  COMPLETE – CHECK – SCHEDULE

Please read the eligibility and the lending agreement information below before applying.

NOTE: YOU MUST USE INTERNET EXPLORER TO COMPLETE THE APPLICATION.

  1. Complete the application online and email along with a copy of schedule to CTCTextbookLending@Chattahoocheetech.edu
  2. Check  your email to learn if you have been approved for books.
  3. Schedule  your appointment  to pick up your textbooks  and sign lending agreement.

Textbook Lending Online Application

Useful Links:

Student Information and Resource Guide

College Catalog

College Bookstore

Academic Success Center

Best links for ESL, Education, and other miscellaneous topics

For more information, contact:   Special.Pops@chattahoocheetech.edu

Ebony Gammon
Special Populations Specialist
North Metro Campus
Office: Building A-132P
5198 Ross Road
Acworth, Georgia 30102
Phone: (770) 975-4023
Fax: (404) 478-4743
Ebony.Gammon@ChattahoocheeTech.edu 
 
 

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