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COVID-19 update (3/27/20):

Governor Brian Kemp issued an Executive Order yesterday stating "all TCSG colleges will remain closed for in-person instruction with limited exceptions through the rest of the Spring 2020 semester." We now will extend our online classroom instruction to the end of the semester which was previously announced yesterday as May 7. 

However, there are some limited exceptions noted by the Governor where in-person instruction may be allowed, and currently, our goal is to apply for these exceptions for our students needing lab hours. Modifications for the number of people gathered at a time in a lab is obviously one of the major hurdles we are trying to work through with the state. As soon as we have details regarding how this will work in each of our labs, our instructors will communicate that information with you. We, again, thank you for your patience as we work through numerous scenarios and make decisions that keep your best interest, academic success and well being as our top priorities. 

The college’s originally scheduled graduation will be postponed to a later date to be determined.

North Georgia Technical College students participate in a variety of regional and state events, including the Georgia Occupational Award for Leadership (GOAL), SkillsUSA, Fall Leadership, Statewide Student Leadership, and Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) Student Career Days.

Students are able to participate in student activities such as flag football, soccer, rafting, snow tubing, swimming, tennis, trips to Six Flags and Braves games, and many more! NGTC offers membership in student organizations that include Student Leadership Council (SLC), Phi Beta Lamda (PBL), Rotaract, and HEROES.

The Clarkesville Campus Bryant Residence Hall provides affordable and convenient living options. Other Clarkesville Campus amenities include a student center in the Carlton Building (game room, weight room, gaming systems, meeting room and check-out recreational equipment) swimming pool, gymnasium and tennis courts. Currahee and Blairsville Campuses also have activities and equipment for students' recreational use.

Carlton Center, two story building with light brown pebble covered walls.

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