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November 18, 2013
Piedmont Technical College will once again be offering Instant Admission Days this fall to make enrolling in college easy.
Instant Admission Day will be Thursday, November 21 for spring registration. A second Instant Admission Day will be January 2. Admissions and financial aid counselors will be on hand to help students through the entire enrollment process in just one day.
“We wanted to provide students with a one-stop option to enroll in classes,” said Tanisha Latimer, dean of enrollment management.
During the Instant Admission Day, students can apply, take the placement test, complete the FAFSA for financial aid and register for classes with a counselor. The idea for a one-day event came about from an admissions counselor who saw numerous students who had expressed an interest in classes at Piedmont Tech, but had not yet applied for admissions or registered for classes.
“Some prospective students can find the process a little overwhelming,” said Latimer. “We wanted them to see that they are not alone.”
Latimer said the day will allow students to register in an enjoyable environment. Tours will be provided along with the opportunity for students to meet with faculty from the areas they are interested in pursuing.
The Instant Admission Day in November will be from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the last placement testing beginning at 4:30 p.m. The January day will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Students interested in attending should bring their official high school transcript or GED Score report; official college transcripts if they have completed any previous college courses; a photo ID; and their 2012 tax return forms. The process will take two to four hours to complete, but will include everything the student will need to enroll in classes.
“Our goal here at Piedmont Technical College is to help students transform their lives,” Latimer said. “Admissions is designed to help students move on to the next step – to achieve their goals.”