College Tours

College Preview Days & Group Tours Information

Campus tours are a great way to experience our college. Prospective students will see first-hand the amenities, classrooms, student support services, program faculty, and advisors & laboratories our students use to get the hands-on training they need to be successful in the workplace. Thank you for your interest!
Campus tours are available at our Hall County Campus on various days throughout each semester. Lanier Technical College does require a completed Tour Request Form to be completed to tour our Hall County Campus. If you are interested in touring another campus of Lanier Technical College, please contact the campus you are interested in touring via phone to schedule your visit.

Individual Tours

Individual tours are limited to no more than four (4) persons during one tour session.  Safety protocols must be followed while on campus.

Submit the Tour Request Form to the following email: and provide your requested dates and times.  The request will be reviewed.  A confirmation email will be sent with further instruction as to your request.

Group Tours

Group tours will not be permitted until further notice due to CV19 safety protocols.

Submit the Group Tour Request Form to the following email: and provide your preferred dates and times. The request will be reviewed by an admissions team member. A confirmation email/call will be sent with further instruction as to your request.

College Preview Days

College Preview Days are designed for prospective students and their families to experience Lanier Technical College first-hand.
You will learn about our unique hands-on programs and become familiar with our admissions process and requirements. An opportunity will be available that evening to tour our beautiful facilities and speak to the program instructors in their program areas.
Our next College ​Preview Day will be soon.  Check back with us often for dates.
*Events are subject to change or cancellation as the college responds based on recommendations from the Georgia Department of Public Health