When you pursue a career in any one of 16 high-demand fields including computer technology, health sciences, or early childhood education, you can get started on a rewarding career and have 100% of your college tuition costs covered with Georgia’s HOPE Career Grant.
A Lanier Tech education is one of the best academic values in the Southeast, costing approximately $3,200 including tuition and fees. Students who receive a HOPE grant paid only an estimated $1,200 per year for school. Georgia technical colleges have many avenues to help pay for college. Convenient locations eliminates the need for room and board, saving thousands of dollars. The ability to receive your certificate, diploma, or degree in less time also results in major cost savings.
Yes, some courses will transfer to four-year colleges. Lanier Technical College has many articulation agreements to make transferring easy. An articulation agreement is a formal agreement to transfer credits from one educational institution or system to another. LTC graduates can take advantage of several local and state-wide articulation agreements to minimize repeating coursework and to facilitate a smooth transfer of earned credits into a four-year college or university.
The dual enrollment application process will get them started.