Student Affairs

What is Student Affairs?

Student Affairs provides prospective and current students with the support services necessary to be successful in attaining their educational goals to lead them to a chosen career. This collection of services in the Office of Student Affairs encompasses: recruitment, admissions, financial aid, campus life, registrar, disability services, residence hall services, career planning and job search services.

Office of Student Affairs

Clegg Building - Clarkesville Campus

Clarkesville Campus

How can we help?

Become A Student

If you've never attended college, we've got everything you need to know right here.

Student Success Center

If you need help with English, Math or Science we provide free tutoring for all students on each campus in our Student Success Centers. We can also help you with accessing your BannerWeb and student email accounts!

Registrar

The Registrar is the place to go for student records, graduation planning, and scholarships.
New Students
Returning Students
Pay for Class

Getting Ready for Your First Day

If you’re a new student, your first few weeks may be a bit overwhelming. In order to help you transition into this new chapter of your life, we’ve created resources just for you, so you can hit the ground running and focus on building your future!

New Student Orientation

Returning Next Semester?

Don’t forget to register for classes! Register today to get the classes you want and need. 

Register for Class

Need to make a payment?

Learn more about our financial aid options and how to pay for class. 

Pay for Class

Not sure where to start?

I want to become a student

So you want to become a NGTC student, but you’re not sure where to start? Follow the steps below to learn everything you need to know before sending us your application.

I have my acceptance letter

Congratulations! If you’ve received your acceptance letter in the mail, you are ready to begin your orientation process. Watch the video and learn what you need to do before starting class.

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