Spring 2023 Class schedule
Click here for the list of Spring 2023 Courses.
Need help registering for classes? Request an appointment with an Academic Advisor
Students are encouraged to contact advisors prior to registering for courses each semester or if they have any questions regarding financial aid or their student records (transcripts, transfer credit, etc.). Click below to request an appointment to meet with an advisor by phone or email.
Meet with an Advisor – jump in line by using Qless
What is QLess?
QLess is an appointment scheduling tool that helps Georgia Piedmont Technical College manage students signing in for phone, virtual, or on-campus advisement. Students may visit the website or download the QLess app to make an appointment by phone, virtual meeting, or on-campus with an advisor. Advisement is available during normal hours of operation.
Can I contact financial aid using QLess?
Yes! QLess is available for on campus (DeKalb) financial aid appointments.
What can an advisor assist me with?
Enrollment Advisors are equipped to help students with the following:
- Registering for classes
- Financial Aid process (after FAFSA has been submitted), Financial Aid awards, and SAP Appeals
- Cost of Attendance (tuition and fees)
- Course sequencing and class selection for most Academic Programs
- Troubleshooting registration issues
- ACCUPLACER placement advisement
- Change of majors
- Change of Student information (phone numbers, addresses, birth dates, etc.)
- And much more! Just ask!
Types of Advisors
Advisors who work with new students to evaluate test scores, transfer credit, discuss career plans, develop first term schedule, and assist with registering for classes and setting up student e-mail accounts. You can also get in contact with the advisors by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
DeKalb Academic Advisors:
- Avice Marshall
- Tranceyton White
- William Walker
Newton Academic Advisors:
- Chess’Mia James
- Bernadette Waddell
Faculty who teach the technical courses. Most faculty advisors will meet with you during your second semester and beyond. However, new student advisors may refer some students to the faculty advisors immediately following test score evaluation.