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As a new student to Chattahoochee Technical College, we know you have questions and will need some guidance to help begin your collegiate career on our campus. We’re here to help! After being admitted, the next step to complete is New Student Orientation (NSO). To better prepare for your college experience, all of our new students are required to attend our NSO session before enrolling in your courses.

If you have a disability and need assistance in order to obtain this information in an alternative format, please contact the office of Disability Support Services.

Dual Enrollment (Current High School) Students attend a new student orientation (NSO) session set up specifically by the Dual Enrollment Department.

Please refer to your college acceptance letter for the link to sign up for a DE NSO session.

For All Other Programs and Health Sciences, please read the information below before beginning New Student Orientation. 

As a new student you have three options to complete New Student Orientation they are as follows:

  1. A self-paced online Orientation

NSO through E.A.G.L.E Link! A student may select a Self-paced Online Orientation that is available 24/7. This option is great for a student with a busy work schedule, who has attended college previously, or who has excelled in online courses in the past. The Orientation provides an overview of Academics, Support Services, Financial Aid and paying for college, and policies and safety. 

  1. A virtual Live Orientation with a presenter and Q&A at the end

NSO through WebEx events! This option has a presenter that will go over the content and will contain a Q&A at the end of the session. The Virtual Live Orientations are scheduled at a specific date and time. The Orientation provides an overview of Academics, Support Services, Financial Aid and paying for college, and policies and safety.  

  1. On-Campus Orientation

NSO on a CTC Campus! This option has a presenter that will go over the content and will contain a Q&A at the end of the session. The Face to Face Orientations are scheduled at a specific date and time on campus. The Orientation provides an overview of Academics, Support Services, Financial Aid and paying for college, and policies and safety.  

Please select your option below:

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