Contact Admissions at 866-983-4682 or email Admissions.
- Apply Now
Applying to Georgia Northwestern Technical College is easier now than ever. You can apply for GNTC admission online or you can apply for admissions by downloading the Application for Admissions and mailing it to the campus you plan to attend. Our Admissions FAQs could provide some answers as well. Also, view our Where Do I Start? program for step-by-step instructions.
- Financial Aid
You know those questions you have about paying for college? We have the answers! At Georgia Northwestern Technical College, our Financial Aid Office makes it easy for you to find all the money you will need to earn the education you deserve. GNTC offers grants and scholarships which do not have to be repaid. GNTC also offers federal student loans. All financial aid awards are based on federal and state regulations and institutional policies. Check out our Financial Aid page for more information.
Find all the forms you need for GNTC in an easy to access location, our forms page. On this page, you can find forms for Accessibility Services, Admissions, Economic Development, facilities rentals, Financial Aid, Registrar, resolution and appeals, and the student help form.
All new students or returning students who have not registered with GNTC within the previous 12 months are required to attend a face-to-face New Student Orientation. Attendance at a face-to-face orientation is required before you can meet with an advisor to get your course schedule. Visit our Orientation page for information.
- Programs of Study
Georgia Northwestern Technical College offers credit courses in over 200 degrees, diplomas, and certificates in the areas of Business Technologies, Health Technologies, Industrial Technologies, Nursing and Allied Health Technologies, and Public Service Technologies. Be sure to visit our programs of study page to see everything we have available.
- Testing Center
Most students that enroll in GNTC programs of study will need to take the ACCUPLACER test for admission and placement. Visit our testing center page to find out more about the test, placement cut scores, testing dates and times, how to prepare, and contacts for general questions about the test.
- Tuition and Fees
Find out all the information you need to know about tuition, fees, how to pay, late fees, and our refund policy on the Tuition and Fees page.
- Where Do I Start?
Use our Academic Plan tool to guide you from start to finish at GNTC. Whether you are a new, current, Move on When Ready, transfer, transient, or graduating student, you can find all the steps you need to take to be successful.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Program (WIOA) is a federally funded work training program that assists students who are currently laid off or students who have very low family income. The eligible student will be learning new skills for tomorrow’s workforce. WIOA may pay a small travel stipend or assist with child care expenses to those who qualify. It may also pay for program required tuition, fees, books, supplies, and/or other related materials that fall within program limits.