Veteran Services staff is available for virtual appointments via WebEx or phone. Please email VeteranServices@ChattahoocheeTech.edu to schedule an appointment.
This page is for our military service veterans and their family members. At Chattahoochee Technical College, we are proud to serve those who have served our country in the United States Military. Our goal is to support you as you begin, continue and complete your academic goals with us.
Jim Cunningham Veteran Services Center:
Includes the AT&T Resource Center for Academic Success and Career Exploration
Jim Cunningham Veteran Services Center: our location, services we offer, and hours of operation
Program Locations by Campus
Great news. Read the press release: Chattahoochee Technical College Designated As National Military Friendly School
Here is an informative Video about Veteran Services for you to watch.
Your Chattahoochee Tech Veteran Support Coordinator is Michael Payne.
You may contact Mr. Payne via email (VeteranServices@ChattahoocheeTech.edu) or by phone at 770-528-3491.
We have provided the following links, to internal and external support sites, that may be helpful to you:
Chattahoochee Tech Internal Links:
Admissions & Enrollment
Veterans Education Benefits information
Veterans Education Benefits Certifying Officials: Kay.Paul@ChattahoocheeTech.edu and
Veteran Information Resources Library Guide
Academic Success Centers
Academic Success Centers are available on all campuses for your use. These centers are filled with highly qualified tutors who are anxious to help you as you progress through your academic coursework.
The Academic Success Centers web page shows the current locations and hours of operation on each campus. Use these resources on a recurring and regular basis. Often hearing information in a different way or from another source can make a difference in your understanding and retention of course material. This is a free resource for you and your success is their mission.
Note: If a military service veteran has incurred an injury or illness as a result of their military service or other circumstances, the veteran may be eligible for disability services. This would include a meeting with Disability Support Services staff as a part of the admissions process to determine any appropriate accommodations to assist the veteran in the classroom or in testing. The veteran must disclose their possible need for such services to initiate the process. Disability Support Services will not release this information to other staff or faculty members.
Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act