Accelerated C Term Information

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Condensed C Term courses are 8-week accelerated courses offered during the second half of each full semester. Courses are typically offered March – May in Spring and October – December in Fall.

It is important to review the class schedule before requesting an application as only a limited selection of classes is offered.

Accelerated C Term Class Schedule:

Accelerated C Term Fall Semester 2023 Important Dates and Deadlines

Accelerated C Term Application and Document Deadline:

Please select your status to see your steps for Accelerated C term classes:

I am a new student that has not applied for the Fall semester:

  • New applicants must apply in person at the Marietta, North Metro, Paulding, or Appalachian campus beginning on Monday, August 21st.
  • Application/document deadline: Friday, September 29, 2023, at 1 P.M.

I am a new student that already applied for Fall semester online, but I am still missing items and not yet accepted:

  • New applicants MUST notify their admissions counselor to let them know they are going to attend C term.
  • All missing documents must be received by Friday, September 29, 2023, at 1 P.M.

I am a new or current student that is already admitted and/or registered for Fall semester:

  • Admitted students can register for C term classes beginning on Monday, August 28th.
Accelerated C Term Important Dates:
  • Registration Period: August 28, 2023 – October 8, 2023
  • First Day of Class: October 9, 2023
  • Drop/Add: October 9, 2023 – October 11, 2023
  • Payment Deadline: October 12, 2023 at 1 PM
  • Withdrawal Period: October 23, 2023 – November 22, 2023

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect?

Condensed C Term courses are 8-week accelerated courses. During Accelerated C Term, students can expect 16 weeks of coursework condensed into eight weeks. Courses are offered in several different formats; however, the majority of Accelerated C Term offerings are online.

Where can I find the Class Schedule?

A list of Accelerated C Term classes can be viewed on the class schedule. The Accelerated C Term class schedule is subject to change, classes may be added or removed throughout the registration period.

How can I apply for admission?

Your Admissions Counselor can review your current registration status and provide step-by-step instructions on how to apply for admission for Accelerated C Term.

Is financial aid available during Accelerated C Term? How do I apply for financial aid?

Yes, financial aid is available. Students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for financial aid. The Chattahoochee Technical College School Code is 005620.

What important dates and deadlines should I know about Accelerated C Term?

Review the academic calendar for the term you are registering for important dates including payment deadlines, registration periods, and the first day of classes.

Who should I contact if I have additional questions?

We’re here to help! Your Admissions Counselor is your personal guide to navigating the college admission process. with questions regarding the admission process, deadlines, and next steps.

Does Chattahoochee Technical College offer a waitlist option?

Similar to full-semester courses, Chattahoochee Technical College does not offer a waitlist option. Please continue to check for openings if your desired Accelerated C Term course is closed.

Will I be able to register for a full course load?

The content for Accelerated C Term courses is the same as full semester sixteen-week courses, but Accelerated C Term courses move at a much quicker pace. Due to limited course offerings, it is unlikely that you will have a full course load. When creating your schedule, you should consider factors such as personal obligations and your work schedule. Additionally, you should consider the amount of time required to study and complete assignments for each course.

Am I required to complete orientation?

We know you will have questions and need guidance to begin or resume your collegiate career. After being admitted, the next step to complete is New Student Orientation (NSO). NSO is offered in a convenient online format. While all new students are required to complete an NSO session before enrolling in courses, NSO is also recommended for returning students.

Who is my Academic Advisor?

Academic Advising at Chattahoochee Tech is based on program of study. Meet Our Academic Advisement Team to learn more about program requirements, specific admission criteria (if applicable), and course selection, as well as short-term and long-term educational goal planning.

Who should I contact if I am having issues accessing technology?

If you are a Chattahoochee Tech student and need assistance with an issue related to access to Banner, Blackboard, or email services, please see the Guided Support section of the Chattahoochee Tech Student Portal. If you need further assistance, please submit a Student Help Desk Request Form.

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