Safety and Security
Please remember to lock vehicles and secure personal belongings while on campus! North Georgia Technical College is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Any suspicious activity should be reported to Campus Police (numbers below) or the Office of Student Affairs (706-754-7803).
The following behaviors are not tolerated on campus or at college-sponsored events:
- Sexual harassment
- Possession of Drugs or Alcohol
- Possession of Weapons or Firearms
- Unauthorized Use of North Georgia Technical College’s Computers
- Smoking/Use of Tobacco Products
Please note that ONLY current North Georgia Technical College Students are allowed in classrooms. Any visitors to a classroom are not permitted without approval from the Vice President of Academic Affairs or the Vice President of Student Affairs. All persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times when on campus and are not permitted in class.
Student Identification and Parking
All students are required to display a parking decal on their vehicles when on campus.
Apply for parking decals online, allow 3 business days, and then pick them at the reception desk on your home campus. The decal will include instructions and a copy of the student parking map. To avoid fines, park only in spaces designated for student parking.
www.northgatech.edu >> New Students Start Here >> 3. Get your Parking Decal
Students are also required to have a current photo ID. You will need an ID to:
- Check out books in the library
- Purchase books in the bookstore
- Access the Student Center
Emergency School Closing Information
North Georgia Technical College will advertise any emergency campus closings due to weather conditions or any other potential, developing, or existing emergencies, using a variety of communication methods including but not limited to student e-mail alerts, postings to facebook, notices on the NGTC website homepage, and local radio station announcements.
North Georgia Technical College will also advertise any emergency campus closings on the web site and most local radio stations. If school is closed for day classes, it is also closed for evening classes.