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Whitney Williams, our WIA representative, will be on campus to provide an orientation for students who want to apply for funds to help them through college.  Call the WIA office at 770-538-2727 for more information.  Depending on eligibility, students may receive funds for tuition, books, supplies, and travel.  This program will be held at 10:30 am in the Student Center in Bldg. 300 at the Oakwood Campus on Wednesday, April 16th.

  HOBET Testing
HOBET is the entrance test given to prospective Physical Therapist Assistant students. Students must pay $45 per exam and pre‐register at least 5 business days in advance of the test date, which is by 4pm on the Thursday of the week prior to the exam. To apply for the HOBET test, contact (go to Individuals, Students, Pre‐Program, HOBET
Entrance Exam Prep) to pay for the test online and create a user account. There are NO REFUNDS and NO Transfers. Each test date has limited space so please register early. All Special Accommodations must be approved through Academic Affairs by the registration deadline for the exam. Exams are computer‐based and Photo ID is required for admission to the test. allowed. No calculators are allowed. No one will be admitted after the test starts. Total allotted time for the exam is 4 hours. Each section is timed individually. Please remember your log‐in and password because you will need that  exact information to take your exam. You will also need a current LTC student email and password to access the computer for testing. For more information contact Mari Lynn Burdeshaw at 770.781.6890

  NLN Test - Forsyth Campus
To apply for the NLN test, go to NLN testing and follow instructions on sign-up sheet.  For more information regarding the NLN test, contact Mari Lynn Burdeshaw at 770.781.6890.

  NLN Testing Oakwood Campus
To apply for the NLN test, go to NLN testing and follow instructions on sign-up sheet.  For more information regarding the NLN test, contact Mari Lynn Burdeshaw at 770.781.6890.

   Automotive Collision Repair
  Automotive Collision Repair
   The Automotive Collision Repair diploma program is designed to prepare students for careers in the automotive collision repair profession. Specialties are major automotive collision repair or automotive painting and refinishing. Student finishing both specializations will require 97 credit hours. Graduates receive an Automotive Collision Repair diploma which qualifies them as major collision repair technicians or painting and refinishing technicians.
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General Studies
General Studies
Enrolling in the Technical Specialist (General Studies) Certificate is a great way to begin your college career. This certificate provides classes in areas including English, math, humanities, science, psychology, and speech, which are easily transferable to any University System College or University. No matter what program of study you decide to pursue, all programs begin with these general education core courses; therefore, if you are currently unsure what career path you want to follow, you can enroll in this certificate and make progress toward your future degree without having to decide right away about your major. 
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