North Georgia Technical College offers residential living on the Clarkesville Campus to provide an environment in which the learning experience may be enhanced and developed in accordance with traditional values and objectives of the college. It allows students to become independent while maintaining community responsibility and self-identity. It is one of the most rewarding and important facets of the postsecondary educational experience.
Students get the total college experience by living in our co-ed dorm on the Clarkesville Campus. Room and board includes meals at the campus dining hall, cable service, and access to the dorm’s laundry facility, Wi-Fi access, and television rooms.
Resident students will be charged $2,000 per term, for room and board for a double occupancy room. Private rooms, if available, are assigned based on availability and seniority; and students will be charged $2,400 per term for private room and board. (Summer term and Minimester term rates vary.)
Residence hall meals include breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Monday through Thursday during the semester (excluding holidays). The Ramsey Hunter Dining Hall does have prepackaged meals to purchase for Friday through Sunday at an additional cost.
A $150 deposit is due when the Bryant Residence Hall Application and Contract are returned to the Office of Student Affairs. This deposit is only refundable if the student follows official check-out procedures, leaves campus housing with no balance due on his/her account, leaves his/her room in good condition and free of any personal belongings, trash or damage to school property, and returns the key(s) and the student ID.
Residence Hall Operations
North Georgia Technical College maintains campus housing for men and women on the Clarkesville Campus. The residence hall, Bryant Hall, is a co-ed facility.
Selected students serve as Resident Assistants (RA’s) to assist students. The primary responsibilities of the Resident Assistants are to assist residents and act as liaison to the residents and the Campus Life Director. Resident Assistants also ensure that the rules and regulations of NGTC are followed by the residents and report any violations to the Dean of Student Affairs. They check residents in and out of the residence hall and report any residence hall maintenance needs to the Office of Student Affairs.
Maintenance Request for the Dorms
Please include your room number, student name, and a description of the problem when submitting a request.
Ja'Quon "Ray" Chamblee
Hometown: Conyers, Georgia
Ja’Quon is a 2008 graduate from Heritage High School where he played football his entire high school career. Ja’Quon received his nickname “Ray” from playing football. Ja’Quon has received two degrees along with a Criminal Justice Degree. Ja’Quon Chamblee is the Dorm Manger for Bryant Hall and is an Assistant to Director Sherry Seal for Campus Life. He plans to continue his college career at a bible college or seminary school for Theology. His hobbies are speaking "The Word", singing, dancing, working out, playing football, playing almost any kind of games, and he loves sharing and receiving wisdom. He is a strong motivator and is willing to help people go beyond their limit at North Georgia Technical College.
Hometown: Athens, Georgia
Major: Business Management
Devonnear (Dev) graduated from Clarke Central High School in 2018. He enjoys laughing, having fun, getting to know people and changing lives for the better. After college, he hopes with his degree, that he can be involved in a non-profit organization or business with the intent on serving his communities.
Hometown: Conyers, Georgia
Major: Ciminal Justice
Jaedan was born in Decatur and raised in Conyers, GA. He is a 2017 Graduate from Rockdale County High School. He plans to be a private investigator in New York. He enjoys running and the outdoors.
Hometown: Lilburn, Georgia
Harrison graduated from Ben Franklin Academy in Atlanta, Georgia where he was the captain of the Ultimate Frisbee team. He started studying photography with his dad at the age of 15 and decided to major in photography here at NGTC. He enjoys hiking, taking pictures, and buying useless old cameras.
Hometown: Hartwell, GA
Carrie is a 2017 Honors graduate from Hart County High School. She is studying Photography, and after completion of that program, Carrie plans on becoming a travel photographer, while she travels across the country. Her goal is to visit all fifty states and then return to Europe and continue to photograph the world from there.