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President's Message

Welcome to Lanier Technical College! We are committed to providing excellent education opportunities to you as you work on your education and career goals.

Our mission can be summed up in two words: workforce development. Our education programs are designed to provide our students with hands-on experiences that prepare our graduates for success from day one upon beginning a new career. Our instructors not only have the credentials needed to teach in a regionally accredited college, but they also have work experience in the areas in which they teach. Our instructional labs are equipped with the same equipment our graduates will see in the workplace. We are so confident in our ability to prepare our students for the world of work that we guarantee our graduates. Additionally, students who complete associate degrees at Lanier Tech will find that many of the courses taken here will transfer to a four-year institution.

Thank you for choosing Lanier Technical College as your education partner. As you complete your program of study you will find that, "Great Careers Begin Here".


Dr. Ray Perren
President of Lanier Technical College

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Warranty Policy

The Office of Admissions is available to assist with:

  • Program of study selection
  • Acceptance into a program of study
  • Changing your program of study
  • College Placement Exams
  • Residency status questions

For assistance, contact the Office of Admissions representative in person at each campus location or online at

Readmission to the College

A student who leaves the college in good standing may apply for readmission as early as the next academic semester. This should be done through the Office of Admissions. Students who have been out of school for only one semester and desire readmission into the same program are not required to complete a readmission application. Students who are out of school for two consecutive semesters must re-apply to the college. A student who is currently enrolled and wishes to change from one program of study to another should complete a Change of Program Form.

Students who have been dismissed because of unsatisfactory academic progress may be readmitted after one semester of absence from the college.

A student suspended for disciplinary reasons may be considered for readmission at the end of the suspension by making an appeal through the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.

Readmission to a program will be granted on a space-available basis within the appropriate course sequence. A student will be required to complete the curriculum requirements in place at the time of re-enrollment.

Admissions Office Email:
Dual Enrollment:
Barrow: 770-297-4500
Dawson: 706-216-5461
Forsyth: 770-297-4500
Hall: 770-533-7021
Jackson: 706-335-1931
Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid can assist you with:

  • Financial Aid eligibility
  • Application assistance for FAFSA and HOPE
  • Effects of Dropping Courses on your Financial Aid awards
  • Purchasing books using your Financial Aid
  • Work Study Inquiries
  • Veteran’s Assistance—For information regarding Veteran’s assistance, please contact the VA Certifying Official - Shay Snow at 770-533-7022

There are several types of Financial Aid that can be used at LTC:

  • Pell Grant is a federal need-based grant that does not have to be repaid. Any remaining funds that a student is eligible for will be disbursed to the student between the fourth and sixth week of the academic term.
  • Hope Scholarship is state aid awarded to Georgia residents in an associate degree program who are academically HOPE scholarship eligible. This aid covers a portion of tuition.
  • Hope Grant is state aid awarded to Georgia residents in a diploma or certificate program. This aid covers a portion of tuition.
  • Zell Miller Scholarship is state aid awarded to Georgia residents in an associate degree program who are academically Zell Miller scholarship eligible. This aid covers all tuition.
  • Private loans are offered through Sallie Mae and Fifth Third Bank. Please click here for more information.

Financial Aid Facts:

  • Students who are eligible for financial aid will have funds posted to their account within 48 hours of registration.
  • Check your BannerWeb account to verify that funds have posted. Directions for Accessing Financial Aid Account via BannerWeb is available on the Financial Aid page of the college website.
  • HOPE Grant recipients in Certificate and Diploma programs must maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA or “C” average.
  • HOPE Scholarship recipients in Associate Degree programs must maintain a HOPE GPA of 3.0 or “B” average.
  • Financial Aid recipients must adhere to the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy listed in the Catalog and Student Handbook.
  • Students receiving HOPE Scholarship or HOPE Grant funds may receive HOPE for a limited number of credit hours. The HOPE grant cap is 63 semester hours and the HOPE Scholarship/HOPE Grant cap is 127 combined paid semester hours.
  • HOPE Scholarship and HOPE Grant recipients are responsible for monitoring their HOPE paid hours at or by consulting your Financial Aid representative.
  • Withdrawing from courses may affect your financial aid eligibility.

Dual Enrollment Students:

Dual enrollment students are required to submit the online dual enrollment funding application via and are not required to submit the FAFSA application.

Phone: 770-533-7058
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