A ribbon-cutting and open house celebration is planned for the Superior Plumbing Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at the Chattahoochee Tech… Continue Reading Superior Plumbing VECTR Center Ribbon-Cutting and Open House Planned for Oct. 4
Student success is a high priority at Chattahoochee Tech. Our Dual Enrollment students have access to a wide variety of college resources and services. On this page, we provide a sample list of the most frequently used resources and services at the college. Departments can be found as menu tabs across the top of the college website. You can click on a wide variety of services for students: Academic Advisement, Career Services, Counseling Services, Disability Services, Campus Public Safety services, International Services, services for Special Populations, and Academic Success Centers, Library, Veteran Services, and more! Use the links within the menu on the left side of each page to access each service.
On the Academic Advisement web page, you can click on a wide variety of services for students: Academic Advisement, Academic Success Center, Advising Answers, Meet our Advisors, Student Guidebook (just to name a few). Use the links within the menu on the left side of the page to access each service.
Academic Success Centers
Academic Success Centers are located on all campuses (except the Austell Campus). Tutoring is available in English, math, reading, and more. Tutoring may be offered for other subjects depending upon availability of tutors. Scheduling and locations for specialized tutoring are located on the Academic Success Centers web page. There is no charge for this service. The college also provides an on-line learning center where all students may access tutorials and many other resources to help you with your learning.
Disability Support Services
Disability Support Services (DSS) strives to become a model program serving students with disabilities in higher education. The college is committed to developing a society in which individuals with disabilities thrive and participate fully. These individuals will be challenged to become responsible decision-makers, problem solvers, and self-advocates in charge of their own destiny. Disability Support Services envisions a campus community where all individuals are seen as valued and contributing members of society. Respect for all will encompass everything we do. To make an appointment, go to the Disability Support Services web page, and click on a campus location nearest to you.
The college library offers a variety of services including countless Internet resources for conducting research or reading for pleasure:
• Assistance with class papers, projects, and assignments
• Computers for school or leisure purposes (school use has priority)
• Printers and photocopiers
• Tables for group study or carrels for individual study
• Quiet study areas or group study rooms