Chattahoochee Tech honored graduates from the state’s largest technical college at two commencement ceremonies held Thursday, May 12, at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville. There were 517 graduates,
Georgians age 62 and older may attend credit classes and pay no tuition. Proof of age is required for the waiver; however, textbook costs and mandatory fees are assessed. Admission is available on a space-available basis and does not apply to continuing education classes. A student wishing to be classified as “Senior Citizen” for tuition/fee assessment purposes should submit official identification to the Records Office.
Auditing a Course
A student auditing a course must pay the applicable tuition and fees for enrollment in that course.
Late Registration Fee
A $50 late fee will be assessed to students’ accounts should registration take place beginning the first day of the semester and thereafter. The fee must be paid at the time of registration (or by the established payment deadline). Should the late fee not be paid, the student will risk being dropped from his or her class(es). There will be no late fee for students adding classes to an existing schedule.
Checks returned to the Student Accounts Office must be satisfied with cash, money order, cashier’s check, or credit card. A $30 returned check fee will be assessed. Habitual violators will be placed on a “cash only” restriction, and no further payments via check will be accepted by the Student Accounts Office.
Payment and Financial Aid Deadlines
Payment and financial aid deadlines are established for each registration period and are adhered to strictly. Payment and/or financial aid must be in place to cover a student’s account balance. Financial obligations that are not met by the established payment and financial aid deadlines will result in the student’s classes being dropped.
A student delinquent in the payment of any financial obligation may be dropped from courses and may not be allowed to register for another semester until such a delinquency is removed. The student will not be issued semester grade reports, transcripts, or any other student records. Any student receiving notice that his or her status has been placed on hold should immediately contact the office issuing the hold.
If for any reason a student owes funds of any type to Chattahoochee Technical College, a hold will be placed on his or her account. From that point forward, until the balance is resolved/paid in full, the student will be unable to register for future semesters, have enrollment information released to any third-party, receive official academic transcripts, etc. A student is sent multiple account notices (bills) in collection attempts. After the college has exhausted its means to collect, the debt will be turned over to a third-party agency for collection. At that point, the debt may appear on the outstanding party’s credit report or create other adverse effects.
If your account is on hold…
Please follow these instructions to see the type of hold and what process(es) may be affected by that hold:
- Log into BannerWeb.
- Click on Student Services and Financial Aid.
- Click on Student Records.
- Click on View Holds.