Professors are very helpful and easy-going. But the student accounts and Financial Aid departments are terrible. They are very rude and do not respond on time. First, they told me I am eligible for the HOPE fund as I was not eligible for the FAFSA. After I register for the classes they told me I do not qualify for any scholarships. They made me pay for everything out of pocket. I only took the classes because of some great professors.
Overall Augusta Technical College is a very good school. The teachers are great and are willing to help in every way they can and not just academically. The financial aid office isn't super organized but they do their best and get the job down most of the time. It is a technical college so their isn't any housing provided but for an institute just to get a small degree, it's perfect.
I love this school. Its open to all and does segregate. I feel safe there and its close to home. There are some parties but not to many to the point where nothing can be learned. It has many classes and trades. Even though its a community college, it still has many benefits.
Great school, decent faculty, teachers will always help you when you need it, pretty campus and close to the freeway so easy access. Downtown Augusta is always busy and bustling, plenty to do around town. Cheap classes and a perfect place to start your career.
Augusta Technical College is a great started college that will help you get on your feet and see how much college differs from high school. Also, you are able to explore new things and meet new people without the fear of someone disliking you. Driving on campus is very easy and you are access any building you need and be able to park without a worry.
I love that there are different campuses to attend to. It makes it easier for those who can't make it to the larger campus. There is always an officer on campus to provide a service of protection. The professors are nice and always available to help their students.
Augusta technical college is an overall great school. They provide plenty of degree programs to choose from in order to make out future bright. The school has execellent staff, falicallty and teachers that help make Augusta tech a wonderful expirence. The food they provide for breakfast and lunch is very good and helps be get energy for my day. The people who attend Augusta technical college are very nice; there is no viloence or harrassment that goes on that I have witnessed. In any case, Augusta technical College is a wonderful college to attend, everyone is well behaved we all want to graduate
and Augusta tech does well to help us achieve that goal.
Augusta Technical College is a good school there just is not a lot to do. Augusta Tech is in small town and I attend there as a dual enrollment student which is very convenient. All the professors are polite and work with you to help with issues you have whether they are personal or pertain to school work. Everyone there is super nice and they also greet you when they see you. Sometimes they have days where they cook out or have snacks for the students. I like this school a lot!
Augusta Technical College is a really nice school overall if your looking to have some kind of document saying you went to college. The two year programs the school provides really tests people fresh out of high school because it shows the person if he or she can really handle the college life. The school also, allows adults who are far beyond high to come and get a associates degree and whatever field the desire; it is nice to have an older person in the class because they inform you of what kind of bumps people have run into for not going to college.
It's a great school
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