Special Populations Services are available to meet the needs of qualifying students.
Services include but are not limited to workshops and training on educational, employability
and life skills; institutional and community resources and referrals; and resource
fairs. Special populations include:
Please contact the Special Populations Coordinator at 770-533-7005 for more
information and resources.
- Single parent students who have the primary or joint custody of a dependent child.
- Single pregnant women.
- Displaced homemakers who have worked without pay to care for a home and/or family
and for that reason have diminished marketable skills; have been dependent on the
income of another family member but are no longer supported by that income.
- Economically disadvantaged students who are Pell Grant recipients or who are receiving
federal assistance such as Food Stamps, TANF and/or Medicaid.
- Students enrolled in nontraditional programs of study that lead to occupations or
fields that have 25% or less of their gender employed within the occupation (male
nurses, female automotive mechanics).
- Students with limited English proficiency.
- Students with disabilities.