Introduction
President's Message
Dual Enrollment Admissions
Dual Enrollment Funding
Course Registration and Withdrawal Information
Career Services
Disability Services
Student Assistance Program
Library Services
Bookstore
Student Email
Online Courses
Student Success Center
FERPA
Safety and Security
About Us
Quiz and Student Enrollment Information
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Introduction
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Introduction

To navigate your way through the module, select from the "next" or "prev" page options located at the bottom of each page. You may also go directly to a page by selecting a section from the menu bar on the left. When you reach the end of the module, you will be directed to enter your student identification number, full name, and demographic information before beginning the final assessment.

Once you have completed and passed the final assessment, you will receive a confirmation page.

President's Message
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President's Message

Welcome to Lanier Technical College! We take our motto "Great Careers Begin Here" very seriously and we are committed to providing excellent opportunities for our students as you work toward your educational and career goals.

Founded in 1964, Lanier Tech’s mission of "workforce development" remains constant today. The College’s education programs are designed to provide students with real world, hands-on learning experiences that prepare our graduates for success from day one upon beginning a new career.

First and foremost, our instructors have robust work experiences in the areas in which they teach; however, they also have the credentials needed to teach in a regionally accredited college. Our instructional labs are furnished 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 an associate degree 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. I hope to meet you on campus, and I will be truly honored to see you at graduation.

Sincerely,
Tim McDonald
President of Lanier Technical College

Dual Enrollment Admissions
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Dual Enrollment Admissions

The Dual Enrollment Office is available to assist with:

  • Program of study selection
  • Acceptance into a program of study
  • Changing your program of study
  • College Placement Exams
  • Verification of Lawful Presence & Residency status for alternatively funded dual enrollment students

For assistance, contact the Office of Dual Enrollment online at dualenrollment@laniertech.edu.

Change of Program

A student who wishes to change from one program of study to another should discuss the change with their high school counselor and complete a Dual Enrollment Change of Application Form.

Readmission to the College

Students who have been out of school for only one semester and desire readmission into the same program are not required to complete a new application to the college. Students who are out of school for two consecutive semesters must re-apply to the college. A student who leaves the college in good standing may apply for readmission as early as the next academic semester.

Students who have been dismissed because of unsatisfactory academic progress may be readmitted after one semester of absence from the college after speaking to their high school counselor.

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. Readmission to a program does not guarantee dual enrollment funding if funding was lost due to financial aid satisfactory academic progress. This policy can be found here: Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Contact:
Dual Enrollment Office Email: dualenrollment@laniertech.edu
Dual Enrollment: 770-533-7020

Dual Enrollment Funding
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Dual Enrollment Funding

For students who attend public or private Georgia high schools:

Students must submit the Dual Enrollment Funding Application online prior to registration and no later than the first day of the semester.

For students who attend a Georgia home study program:

Students must submit their Dual Enrollment Funding Application online prior to registration and no later than the first day of the semester.

Homeschool officials must create a GAfutures Education Professional account for the name of the home study program. The Georgia Home Study Program parent/guardian will receive an assigned HSP#, to provide to the student prior to completing the annual online Dual Enrollment funding application. The Homeschool official will be required to input the approved courses into the Single View each semester. More information may be found on the GAfutures website.

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy:

All Dual Enrollment Funding is subject to the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.

Course Registration and Withdrawal Information
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Course Registration and Withdrawal Information

* All additions/changes to a Dual Enrollment student's schedule must be completed by the Dual Enrollment Coordinator for Lanier Tech to ensure compliance with funding and program requirements.

Registering for Classes

Dual enrollment students are required to select their approved courses with their high school counselor/home study official and then meet with the dual enrollment coordinator each semester to register for courses. Meeting options with your dual enrollment coordinator will be available once registration opens for the semester. Watch your student email for updates on when you can schedule your registration appointment.

*Students attending an off-campus site location may have different policies regarding registration. Please contact your site representative for further guidance.

Drop/Add Period

Through the end of the third instructional day of the semester, a student may add courses if there is space available; a student may also drop a course from an already existing schedule, and no grade will appear on the student's official academic record. An instructional day is based on the academic calendar, not a student's individual schedule. For example, if the term begins on a Monday, the Drop/Add period is Monday-Wednesday even if a student’s first class does not meet until Tuesday. The college Academic Calendar indicates the Drop/Add Period each semester. This deadline is strictly enforced. Students must contact their high school counselor or Home Study Official for approval, and their dual enrollment coordinator if classes are to be adjusted during the drop/add period.

No Show Policy for Attendance

Any student who does not attend the scheduled class meeting for an on-campus or interactive class or complete an academic assignment for a traditional online course during the three (3) calendar day drop/add period will be considered a No Show.

Reinstatement Procedure

To be reinstated, the student will need to contact their instructor(s). In some instances, seating may no longer be available when requesting a reinstatement.

Withdrawing After the 3rd Day

Through the 60% date of the semester, a student may withdraw from a course. Attempted course hours will still count towards the 30-credit hour cap limit for Dual Enrollment Funding.

A student dropping a course after the third instructional day of the semester, but by the 60% date of the semester, will receive a grade of "W" which is GPA-neutral but does affect Financial Aid completion rate.

Students may not be withdrawn after the 60% point of the term (including parts of term). Students will be issued the grades they earn if they have not withdrawn prior to the 60% point. A "WF" will be issued for students who stopped attending without withdrawing. A "WF" grade has 0 quality points and negatively impacts GPA and Academic Standing.

Course Retake & Withdrawals

  • A student may not receive funding to retake a course already funded through Dual Enrollment.
  • A student is no longer eligible to continue to receive program funding after withdrawing from Dual Enrollment course(s) two (2) times.
Career Services
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Career Services

Career Assessments to help students determine the best career path based on their interests and aptitudes

Resumes & Cover Letters whether it is writing these from scratch or proofreading

Mock Interviews/Interview Skills helping students prepare for real world interviews

Job Search Assist students in finding local jobs that match their skills

Job Board Online job board accessible to all students and alumni with job curated for Lanier Tech students: www.laniertech.edu/studentjobs

Webinars/Lunch & Learns presentations on various career related topics for all students

Click Here to view Website!

Career Assessments to help students determine the best career path based on their interests and aptitudes

Resumes & Cover Letters whether it is writing these from scratch or proofreading

Mock Interviews/Interview Skills helping students prepare for real world interviews

Job Search Assist students in finding local jobs that match their skills

Job Board Online job board accessible to all students and alumni with job curated for Lanier Tech students: www.laniertech.edu/studentjobs

Webinars/Lunch & Learns presentations on various career related topics for all students

Click Here to view Website!

If you need assistance with any of our career services, please contact:

Sarah Jolly
Career Services Coordinator
Hall Campus
Breeden-Giles Hall
Office 1132
770-533-7009
sjolly@laniertech.edu

Disability Services
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Disability Services

The Coordinator of Disability Services works to meet the individualized needs of students with disabilities including the physically challenged and the learning challenged. Once a student's medical documentation of his/her disability is received, this office works with faculty and staff to help them meet the student's needs.

Reasonable Accommodations

It is the policy of Lanier Technical College to make reasonable accommodations that assist people with disabilities as they participate in programs and activities at the college. Reasonable accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis according to each student's individual medical documentation. Accommodations will be made to the extent that these accommodations do not sacrifice or compromise the integrity of an educational program, lower the academic standards, or produce undue administrative burdens.

What does the Disability Services Office Provide?

This office is responsible for ADA compliance and for providing service and advocacy for students with disabilities. It is the responsibility of the student to disclose information regarding a disability if services are needed. Appropriate medical documentation is required by this office in order to provide suitable and effective accommodation or auxiliary aid for individuals requesting service. The Coordinator of Disability Services is then able to make recommendations, modifications and referrals based on the nature of the disability and how it affects the student's ability to learn or demonstrate competency in the course of study. Students may be referred to agencies outside the college to gain medical documentation for services. Once a referral is made, it is the responsibility of the student to complete the steps necessary to gain his/her documentation.

Register with Disability Services

If the student had an IEP or medical accommodations in High School, those do not automatically transfer to college. Once accepted, in order to request accommodations, the student must self-identify. The STUDENT must make an appointment with the Coordinator of Disability Services; this may be held over the phone or email, if the student is unable to meet in person. The student must provide a recent (within the past 3 years) medical and/or psychological evaluation stating and describing his/her disability and any classroom accommodations recommended by the doctor.

The student should register for classes and send a copy of their class complete schedule to the Coordinator of Disability Services.

Please see the below packet for more information and email the Coordinator of Disability Services with any questions or to schedule an appointment.

Contact:
Allison Haynes
Coordinator of Disability Services
770-533-7003
678-989-3133 fax
ahaynes@laniertech.edu
Office Location: Student Affairs

Student Assistance Program
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Student Assistance Program

Lanier Technical College believes the health and well-being of all our students is critically important. In recognition of this, LTC has partnered with ESPYR to provide a range of support services for students to address the many personal and family issues that can disrupt student well-being and academic success. Services are free and confidential, with your rights protected within the bounds of the law.

Student Assistance Program Offerings:

  • Free and confidential in-person professional counseling
  • 24/7/365 telephonic access to counselors
  • Free consultation and referrals for financial, legal, childcare and other personal matters.
  • On-line self-help resources and programs
  • Up to 4 sessions, per counseling issue for students and dependent family members

Our goal is to ensure you have the professional assistance necessary to help you handle personal matters before they impact your well-being. To take advantage of the program contact Espyr at 866-734-5890, or you may securely request services from the website at www.espyr.com.

Check your LTC student email or contact the Office of Student Affairs at studentlife@laniertech.edu or 770-533-7000 for the LTC password.

Contact:
Kari Register
Hall Campus - Student Affairs
kregister@laniertech.edu
770-533-7005

Library Services
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Library Services

The library offers a variety of resources to students to assist them with their academic and research needs. These include databases through GALILEO (Georgia Library Learning Online) such as Films on Demand, eBooks on EBSCOHost, and Learning Express. The library also provides research guides for both classes and areas of study offered at Lanier Tech. These guides list specific resources for individual subjects, making it easier for students to find what they need. Librarians are also on hand to assist students with their research projects and citation questions, and can be contacted either by phone, email, or chat.

*Library is closed when Lanier Technical College observes holidays

Librarians Contact Information:

Ask the Librarian
Kathryn Thompson

Director of Library Services
770-533-6968
kthompson@laniertech.edu

Min Su

Forsyth Campus Librarian
678-341-6636
msu@laniertech.edu

Tina Jordan

Dawson Campus Librarian
678-513-5221
tjordan@laniertech.edu

Patrick Stanley

Barrow & Jackson Campus Librarian
770-297-4525
pstanley@laniertech.edu

Bookstore
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Bookstore

Textbooks required for Dual Enrollment courses will be provided by the campus bookstore and will remain the property of Lanier Technical College. The campus bookstore is located at the Hall, Forsyth, Barrow, and Dawson Campuses. Please be aware, the Barrow and Dawson bookstores have limited hours. Refer to the link below for hours of operation. To purchase course-specific supplies not covered through Dual Enrollment Funding, the bookstore accepts all major credit cards, debit cards, cash and checks. Refunds for purchases by check are subject to a two-week waiting period. For the most recent information regarding textbook check-out and check-in procedures, review the notification provided by dualenrollment@laniertech.edu to your student email at the start and end of each semester.

*Students attending an off-campus site location may have different procedures for textbook check-out and returns. Please contact your site representative for further guidance.

Contact:
Hall Bookstore: 770-533-7045
Forsyth Bookstore: 678-316-6601
Barrow Bookstore: 770-297-4539
Email: campusstore@laniertech.edu
Bookstore Manager: Denise Dover

Student Email
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Student Email

View the LTC Student Email video.

All new students attending Lanier Technical College will receive a student email account.

Keep in mind that your student email account will be the main form of communication between you as a student and Lanier Technical College. Please remember to check it regularly!

To access your student email account, follow these directions:

If you know your username, you may skip to step 3.

2. Enter your Student ID # and Date of Birth, then click Submit. Your Laker Login (username) and Email Address will display.
3. Go to http://outlook.com/student.laniertech.edu to access your Student email.
  • Enter your email address and your initial password.
  • Your initial password is your birthday in the form of MonDDYYYY. Ex: January 1, 2000 = Jan012000.
  • Click Sign in.
4. Change your password.
  • Enter your initial password in the Old Password block (as shown below).
  • Enter your new password twice. Your new password must be 8 characters long, have an upper case and lower case letter and at least one number. You also cannot use part of your username as part of your password.
  • Click Submit.
  • BEFORE YOU CAN ACCESS BLACKBOARD OR BANNERWEB, you MUST change your password away from the initial password.
Setup required Multi-Factor Authentication.
Register for Password Recovery. This will make sure you can reset your own password, even when the IT HelpDesk is closed.

You’re in! Be sure to check your email account daily. You have now also enabled your BannerWeb and Blackboard logins.

A few tips: BEFORE YOU CAN ACCESS BLACKBOARD OR BANNERWEB, you MUST change your password away from the initial password. Login to Student Email or use a computer on campus to change your password. This is a one-time requirement to change it AWAY from the initial password.

If you experience issues logging into your account, please contact the Student Email Helpdesk at studenthelp@laniertech.edu or complete the Student Helpdesk Form.

Online Courses
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Online Courses

Courses designated as online are delivered via the Internet and can be accessed at any time through Blackboard. All online courses require one or more proctored exams. These exams may require students to come to campus to complete the exam as directed by the instructor.

Smarter Measure

SmarterMeasure is an online assessment that helps you to better understand your learning style and your strengths and weaknesses in an online environment.

How to Login to Smarter Measure

  • To login to SmarterMeasure, click on the following link: https://laniertech.smartermeasure.com .
  • On the Smarter Measure main page, enter the "New Users" section of the page.
  • The username and password to be used by all Lanier Technical College students is:
    Username: lanier
    Password: student

Blackboard

Blackboard is a Learning Management System (LMS) utilized by Lanier Technical College for all courses regardless of the delivery method (Online, Hybrid, or the Classroom). The syllabus, assignments, and other course resources are available in Blackboard on the first day of class.

View the LTC Blackboard video.

Login to Blackboard

Blackboard Orientation

If you would like to familiarize yourself with the Blackboard course environment now, enroll in the Blackboard Student Orientation .

Technology Requirements

Blackboard Student App

The Blackboard app is designed specifically for students to view content and participate in courses on the mobile device. Get the Blackboard Student App free on the Google Play© store or iTunes App Store©.

LOGIN: Type in the College Name, Web Login, and then "Sign in with Third-Party Account" – Student and Faculty Login. On the Lanier Technical College Sign On Page, type your Blackboard username and password.

Proctored Event

In order to verify student identity and ensure academic integrity, students enrolled in online courses are required to participate in at least one proctored graded event per course. For more information visit: https://www.laniertech.edu/online-learning/test-proctoring/

Students with documented disabilities and/or special testing needs should contact their instructors for appropriate accommodations in collaboration with the College’s Coordinator of Disability Services at 770-533-7003.

Student Success Center
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Student Success Center

The Student Success Center offers free tutoring in Math, Writing, and Biology. Our goal is to help you become successful or more successful in your classes. Tutoring is offered in an interactive online format, and the tutoring times are designed to accommodate students’ schedules. There are many sessions in which to choose beginning on Monday mornings and ending on Saturday afternoons. Pick the day, time, and tutor that fits your needs.

The tutors in the Student Success Center have received training in how to best help you in several subjects. They are there not only to explain, but also to encourage and support students. Plus, you will find a section for helpful handouts.

When visiting the Student Success Center, remember to bring your questions, math problems, and papers to allow us to help you achieve your goals.

If you have any questions, please contact Susan Baker at sbaker2@laniertech.edu.

Visit https://www.laniertech.edu/tutoring/ for more information, including tutoring days/times and how to enroll.

FERPA
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FERPA

What you need to know about the Family and Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA):

  • Protects the privacy of educational records
  • Establishes the right of students to inspect and review their educational records
  • Enables the student to amend those records
  • Allows student to give consent to disclosure of their records
  • FERPA does not allow parental access to student's educational records without student's written permission. This includes all dual enrollment students.

Release of Records and Information Consent

A Dual Enrollment student may visit the Student Affairs office to request the Release of Records and Information Consent form to authorize Lanier Technical College Representatives to discuss the student's information with a parent, guardian, or other designee. The form must be completed in the presence of college personnel.

Directory Information

FERPA permits institutions to identify certain items of information as "directory information". This information may be released upon request unless the student, during the first ten days of the term, has indicated, in writing to the Registrar's Office, that they do not wish directory information to be released.

Directory information at Lanier Tech includes: Name, program of study, dates of enrollment, degrees, diplomas, certificates, awards received, participation in official sports and activities, and height and weight of athletic team members.

Questions?:
Email: registrar@laniertech.edu

Safety and Security
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Safety and Security

Please remember to lock up your vehicle and secure your personal belongings while on campus! Lanier Technical College is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please report any suspicious activity to your campus security officer or Student Affairs office.

Please note that only current Lanier Technical College Students are allowed in classrooms without approval from the Vice President of Academic Affairs or the Vice President for Student Affairs.

Student Identification and Parking

All students are required to display a parking tag on their vehicles when on campus. These can be obtained during the first week of class, along with your Student ID. Students should be careful to park only in spaces that are unmarked, not in Visitor or Staff/Reserved spaces.

Students are also required to have a current Student ID Card. You will need an ID to:

  • Check-out books in the library
  • Make copies and print on campus
  • Get discounts at area restaurants and stores

Emergency School Closing Information

In the event that Lanier Technical College will need to close due to weather conditions or any other potential, developing, or existing emergencies, please opt into theLanier Technical College Alert System to receive a text or email. This will be for emergency use only. You must sign up to receive alerts and you may opt out at any time.

LTC eALERT System

Lanier Technical College will also advertise any emergency campus closings on most local television stations. If school is closed for day classes, it is also closed for evening classes.

*For students attending courses at an off-campus site location, please follow the high school or site guidelines for closures

Code of Conduct

It is your responsibility to be aware of and abide by the Code of Conduct in the Catalog and Student Handbook.

Lanier Technical College Police Department

The Lanier Technical College Police Department is a full service, professional law enforcement agency that is committed to providing a safe and secure educational environment for students, staff, faculty, and visitors. The Police Department is dedicated to the Community Policing Philosophy; providing pro-active service through inter-departmental and inter-agency collaboration to meet the ever-changing needs of the college community. We welcome input from the college community regarding security issues, needs, and concerns, and pledge to work as partners with the college community to provide quality police and security services.

For your safety, the Lanier Technical College Police Department utilizes sophisticated electronic technology to monitor activity on our campuses. Campuses are monitored by modern surveillance camera systems, emergency call boxes are located in parking areas, and doors are electronically locked and monitored. Police officers patrol each campus and investigate reported crime.

Active Shooter Training Video

Safety Escort Service

The Lanier Technical College Police Department provides officers as a “Safety Escort Service” for any student, faculty, staff member or visitor that wishes an officer to escort them to or from their vehicle. This service operates during the hours the campus is open and can be requested by calling the Police Department at 678-410-4139.

Campus Carry Act

  • Must be 21 or over (unless an active military member)
  • Applies only to handguns
  • Must have valid GA Weapons Carry License or a weapons carry license or permit from a reciprocal state provided that the license carrier is not a GA resident.
  • Locations prohibited:
  • College or Career Academies (LCCA or Early College)
  • Classes with Dual Enrollment students
  • Faculty/ Staff and / or administrative offices
  • Rooms where disciplinary hearings are conducted
  • Must be concealed (carried in such a fashion it does not actively solicit the attention of others /not openly or intentionally displayed. Substantially covered by article of clothing or carried in a bag of nondescript nature.
  • It is incumbent upon the weapons carry license holder to know the law and follow it at all times.
  • It is the responsibility of the license holder/gun owner to ensure that they have received gun safety training on proper loading, use and carry (including concealed carry) of a firearm. LTC police will not provide firearms training.
  • Active shooter training is provided to all students and employees. In the event of an active shooter type occurrence, police will response with the intent of locating and stopping the threat. It is the responsibility of the licensed carrier to clearly identify themselves and immediately obey all instructions given by law enforcement.
About Us
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About Us

The Technical College System of Georgia and its constituent technical colleges do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, sex, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). This nondiscrimination policy encompasses the operation of all TCSG and technical college administered programs, federally financed programs, educational programs, and activities involving admissions, scholarships and loans, student life, and athletics. It also applies to the recruitment and employment of personnel and the contracting for goods and services.

Lanier Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate degrees. Questions about the accreditation of Lanier Technical College may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, by calling (404) 679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC's website (www.sacscoc.org).

As set forth in its student catalog, Lanier Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law).

Title IX Coordinator: Nancy Beaver, VP of Student Affairs, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, phone: 770-533-7001, nbeaver@laniertech.edu.
Section 504/ADA Coordinator: Allison Haynes, Coordinator for Disability Services, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, 770-533-7003, ahaynes@laniertech.edu.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Compliance Officer: Jill Cantrell, Director Human Resources, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, 770-533-6903, cantrell@laniertech.edu.
Equity Coordinator: Nancy Beaver, VP of Student Affairs, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, phone: 770-533-7001, nbeaver@laniertech.edu.

Quiz and Student Enrollment Information
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Quiz and Student Enrollment Information
  • Assessment Questions

  • Student Enrollment Information

    ATTENTION: You must complete the student enrollment information form to complete new student module.

    *All fields are required

  • Select the semester the you will begin class.
  • Select the campus that the majority of your classes will be taken.
  • Special Populations Classification

  • - Contact Kari Register, Special Populations Coordinator, for assistance with barriers to college. 770-533-7005
    - Contact Tina Schnepper, Lead ESL Instructor, for assistance with learning English. 770-531-3353
  • Disability Classification

  • If you have a documented disability and would like to request additional accommodations, please contact ahaynes@laniertech.edu or 770-533-7003.

  • As set forth in its student catalog, Lanier Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law).

    Title IX Coordinator: Nancy Beaver, VP of Student Affairs, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, phone: 770-533-7001, nbeaver@laniertech.edu.
    Section 504/ADA Coordinator: Allison Haynes, Coordinator for Disability Services, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, 770-533-7003, ahaynes@laniertech.edu.
    Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Compliance Officer: Jill Cantrell, Director Human Resources, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, 770-533-6903, cantrell@laniertech.edu.
    Equity Coordinator: Nancy Beaver, VP of Student Affairs, Breeden-Giles Hall, Hall Campus, phone: 770-533-7001, nbeaver@laniertech.edu.

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