Location
Clarkesville, GA
Undergrads
1,072
Tuition (in-state)
$4,228 ($2,308)
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Reviews 116 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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5 College Junior

Facilities: The environment and the student body is so friendly

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: They are always friendly on time. And they will always help someone to continue school.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: They help if anyone ever needed help. Always an positive energy from them.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I love the fact that the school actually have real police officers there teaching the class. It makes it more interesting

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: The academics are awesome so are the professors

5 College Junior

Online Courses: The online courses went well you either learn something or not

3 College Student

Overall Experience: I just wish they cared a little more about another individuals future. They always say they do but really its all a bluff. They get paid to say those things.

4 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: Now I have HOPE and PELL GRANTS so it helps me out a lot cause without it I have no idea how I would have been able to afford going to school. But this has nothing to do with my school its the state of Georgia.

3 College Student

Academic Experience: My LPN program starts in August after I pass the exam, but I could have already been in the program. They made me retake a class I didn't even need. They just aren't that knowledgeable here at this school. They are rude and careless of success for other students. You have to really kiss some ass to get any where in this school

3 College Student

Academic Experience: It a small school so don't expect much.

3 College Student

Career Services: I do not have time with work and school and babies to really focus on this to much but I see slides on the schools websites and they look okay.

4 College Student

Online Courses: Better then being in class an a teacher walking through new lessons to fast.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: Not to many resources at all.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: Kind of slow, but not to slow. It is just very small. So many students walk into the library and see that all of the computer's are taken and walk right back out.

2 College Student

Facilities: The student loans and the town is so small if you know someone that is willing to help you out if any chance possible then they will try their best.

3 College Student

Academic Flexibility: It has the majority of the classes I need in order to accomplish my license as an LPN, but their is only a few teachers/staff that really help me out. I could have missed one of the most important exams of my LIFE because my advisor would not answer my emails. I sent 8 EMAILS....8!!! So I had to email so many other faculty staff to rty and figure all the things out I needed to know. Plus it is so small in this town. Teachers are not even that intelligent. They are not very help here.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I think financial aid is great. It is easy to apply for, and it can cover a lot of the costs involved in going to college (e.g. tuition, fees, books, etc.) However, when it is applied for, it often pays for fees that may not apply to all students (e.g. parking fees, athletic fees). I think the application should include the option of what the student wants/needs it to pay for. But overall it is a great system.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are plenty of resources available on campus. The library offers computers to use and books (paper and electronic alike) to check out. There are also bulletin boards posted around campus that provide information from the school, from other students who are looking to sell textbooks (or other items) they no longer need, or from anyone else who chooses to post information. There is also a bulletin board dedicated to announcing job opportunities, which helps students in the struggle to find one. Also are laptop/Wi-Fi tables set up for those who bring their own computers.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are probably about a dozen computers in the library, and many more in the computer labs that are readily available for student use. The network reliability and speed is great. Occasionally there are system mishaps, but when they do happen they are fixed as soon as possible, and the network is once again available to everyone.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Being in the Applied Business Technology major is good because when it comes time for me to leave my parent's home and make a life for myself -- which includes a job/career -- the skills I will have learned from this program can be used nearly everywhere. Business is everywhere, so this major will allow me to choose from a broader range of job opportunities later on.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Workloads are reasonable and vary from class to class. Classes are also easy to register for, and the student's choice of professor is allowed if more than one who teaches the course. Also, there are plenty of opportunities for students to get help with their work if they need it (e.g. tutoring).

4 College Junior

Facilities: I like that my school allows me to take four classes per semester (paid for) (I am a high school student attending college full-time.) whereas some others would not. For instance, there was one college I was considering attending, but they would have only let me take two classes [paid for]. I like that this school allows me to take fuller semesters because it helps me get closer to earning my Associates Degree.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: NGTC is a technical college, and I would rather go to a university, but I am unable to move closer to one. However, if technical studies are what you are wanting to go for, then this school is the best. I have had a great experience here. I have never had trouble finding my classes, finding a place to park, or understanding what is expected of me.

4 College Senior

Student Body: NGTC is very diversified. Half the students are straight out of high school, and the other half are adults continuing their education. There are all race, creeds, and religions accepted at this school.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: This school was built for working people. Classes are offered all through the day, as well as online courses. There is something to fit in your schedule. Also, all the instructors I have had have been very flexible and understanding if something came up that was beyond my control.

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