While attending college can be an exciting time in the life of a student, it can also come with a number of challenges when family, school and work responsibilities begin to compete for a student's time. In the event that these responsibilities prove too much, students are urged to seek guidance from our Counseling Department within the Office of Student Support Services. Although not able to provide ongoing counseling, the Counseling Coordinator can assist students who are in crisis or struggling with day to day challenges. If additional or ongoing counseling services are needed, ATC works in partnership with the University of Georgia's Center for Counseling, to serve students on an ongoing basis for continued care.
Students may also obtain assistance from Student Support Services staff in developing career goals, learning to manage academic programs and dealing with work-related, personal, or financial problems. The Office of Student Support Services is available to assist students with personal problems that affect academic progress and interpersonal relationships that impact individual development.
Director of Student Support Services & Career Development
Cindy Case, LMSW, Counseling Coordinator