Academic Affairs Specialist
The Office of Registration & Records is responsible for the oversight of course registration, academic records keeping and dissemination, registration systems, transfer credit evaluation, and graduation. We invite you to review your rights and privileges in the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) . To restrict/release your student information, please complete this form .
Each term, students register themselves using their BannerWeb account after meeting with an academic advisor to discuss their course selection and certificate/diploma/degree completion. The following links offer details on the process for registering and other pertinent information.
A comprehensive list of the classes available in future terms is available at this link.
Depending on the nature of your request, our office can assist you with attaining specific records and verifications.
For more expedient processing, we have partnered with Parchment for online ordering and fulfillment. Please note that you may be required to create an independent third-party account with Parchment for the processing of your transcript order.
If you are uncomfortable with the online portal and account creation, you are welcome to use our general transcript request form. Please be aware that processing may take between 5-8 business days.
Students often request for the College to provide letters of verification that they are currently enrolled or that they have earned a particular credential. Information on how to obtain such documentation is available at this link.
The Solomon Amendment requires Athens Technical College to release Directory Information to the military for recruitment purposes. ATC is required to produce under the Solomon Amendment information broader in scope than the student information traditionally released by schools as “Directory Information” under FERPA. ATC functions in compliance with the regulations of the Solomon Amendment. To suppress the release of information, students must complete a Request to Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information available in the Registrar’s office.
A no-show is a student who does not attend class or access their course in Blackboard by the posted No Show deadline.
You are expected to attend class beginning the first day of the semester or access your coursework in Blackboard before the No Show deadline. If you are unable to do so, it is your responsibility to contact your instructor via your student email and confirm that you intend to be a student in his or her class. Even if you contact your instructor, if you do not attend class or access your coursework by the No Show deadline, your instructor will submit you as a No Show.
Students who attend at least one class session and/or log onto the course in Blackboard, or meet with instructors of self-directed or individualized instruction courses, before the No Show deadline but later stop attending classes are not considered no shows.
The Registration and Records Office will remove no-show students from their classes, and instructors will not allow these students to attend classes after the No Show deadline.
The Financial Aid Office will not award aid benefits for classes in which instructors report students as no-shows. The Financial Aid Office may also require students to repay all or a portion of the HOPE or Pell funds they received for the semester.
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