Atlanta Metropolitan State College

Students

CAMPUS RESOURCES

VETERANS AFFAIRS & OUTREACH

Veterans Affairs is located in Building 800, Suite 213 on the second level. Veterans Services at Atlanta Metropolitan state College is not a division of the Department of Veterans Affairs but part of the Registrar and enrollment process. Our office is locate in Student Activities Building, building 800, suite 213. We serve as a liaison between. Our primary purposes are to assist veteran students with the processing of forms for educational benefits, advising veteran students about procedural requirements, certifying enrollment of veteran students, and linking students with resources that help with their persistent matriculation and AMSC.

Tuition Assistance (TA)

Active Duty service members using Tuition Assistance (TA) must contact your Educational Service Officer to receive approval to use Tuition Assistant prior to enrolling into AMSC. Your ESO will assist with help in filling out there TA Authorization form when using TA to pay for college courses. You will submit your TA Authorization form to the Atlanta Metropolitan State College Business Office before registering for class an after meeting with your respect service ESO. The POC is Monica Bussey at mbussey@atlm.edu or (678)623-1132. All other including retired, separated, and family members using the Post 9/11, Vocational Rehabilitation & Educational, 1606, or Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance must contact the Atlanta Metropolitan School Certifying Official during their registration to use the Educational benefits. The POC is Leander M. Singletary at lsingletary@atlm.edu or (678) 623-1266.

FINANCIAL AID

The Atlanta Metropolitan State College Financial Aid staff is committed to providing exceptional services in finding appropriate means to assist in paying for a college education. Our goal is to assist students in financing their college education and making good choices on funding. Our staff will assist you in every facet of the financial aid process and in making your education as affordable as possible. Note: AMSC financial aid accepts documents for enrollment on a rolling basis that accommodates multiple start dates. Students have the responsibility to submit their financial aid documents 3 days prior to the start date for each semester part of term. The parts of terms and semester start days are located on the academic calendar located on the register’s page. Location: Student Services & Success Center, Building 650

Staff

Tiffany Benson - Sr. Financial Aid Counselor (A-G) tbenson@atlm.edu , 404-756-4002

Jennifer Wimbish-Robinson, Sr. Financial Aid Counselor (H-Z) (Veterans) jwrobinson@atlm.edu, 404-756-4002

Carol Jones, Interim Director of Financial Aid 404-756-4002

Financial Aid: https://www.atlm.edu/students/financial-aid.aspx

AMSC Net Price Calculator: https://www.atlm.edu/students/Net%20Price%20Calculator(FY18)/index.html

Tuition and Fees: https://www.atlm.edu/students/tuition-and-fees.aspx

COUNSELING AND DISABILITIES SERVICES

AMSC Counseling and Psychological Services offers confidential personal and group counseling, career counseling, and consultation and referral services to students, faculty, and staff. Click the “Student Veterans” link to learn more. Disability Resource Center (DRC) offers confidential services to students, faculty and staff with documented disabilities. We are located in the Student Success Building on the second level. The POC is DR. Dorothy Williams at dwilliams@atlm.edu or (678)623-1205.

CENTER FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS

The Center for Academic Advising & Success (CAAS) offers a variety of personalized academic services to all AMSC students, including staff and peer tutoring and multimedia instruction. We are located on the third level of the Library.

Academic Advising Information

Email: academicadvising@atlm.edu -Main Number: 404-756-4784 -Location: Library/Administration Building-600 -3rd Floor, Suite 313

CAREER SERVICES

The Office of Career Services assists students in developing the skills, knowledge, and abilities that prepare them to manage their careers now and after graduation. Career Services provides mutually beneficial linkages between the University and the employment community, assisting organizations in identifying and hiring qualified candidates and connecting students to student work, internship, and career employment opportunities. We are located in the Student Services and Success Center, Building 650 - Suite 252 Telephone 404-756-4016. https://www.atlm.edu/students/careerservices.aspx

RESOURCES FOR GA. VETERANS

  • Atlanta Journal Constitutional (AJC) Veterans Resource page: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/resources-for-georgia-veterans/S5I0QAYHu0cP7RPmuYAAuJ/
  • Veterans Affairs- Web site for all things Veteranshttps://www.va.gov/
  • Military One Source - Complete Web site for military & Veterans Quality of Lifehttps://www.militaryonesource.mil/
  • Housing - https://www.vetsresource.org/what-we-do/housing-assistance
  • Joint Service Transcripts – Military Educational records: jst.doded.mil/smart/signIn.do
  • Georgia Suicide and Crisis Hotlines: http://www.suicidehotlines.com/georgia.html. 1-800-784-2433 (Suicide) 1-800-273-8255 (Talk)