The purpose of this page is to provide assistance to our students during the transition to online courses and other processes that have been affected by the COVID-19.


Admissions & Financial Aid

Our team is here to help! If you have questions about these areas, please email:

New applicants:

The online application will be available on April 6th. You are welcome to apply online or download, complete, and submit by mail, email, or fax, the paper application. You will receive additional information and acceptance by mail. Please visit to apply for financial aid.

Current students and those students already accepted for Summer Semester:

You may register from April 6th through May 27th. Please email your advisor for more information. If you do not know your advisor’s information, please check your DegreeWorks account.

Review the Technology Guide for help with your student email and any online learning questions.

Summer Semester Classes will begin on May 21, 2020.

Academic Continuity

Spring semester courses will begin fully online Monday, April 6 and will continue online until further notice. Spring semester will be extended. The last day of spring semester is May 13.

Plans for coursework that include lab time or clinical hours are still in progress. We will update you as plans are solidified.

Thank you for your patience with us.

Academic Support

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) is proud of the diverse resources it has available to assist students in their academic learning experiences. SRTC is especially proud of the numerous assistive services it has available to offer to students. While tutoring centers are closed at this time, there is online tutoring available. Visit, for more information.

Distance Education (Online Learning)

We know that these uncertain times have impacted every part of your lives, but we are here for you. We are working diligently to prepare for you to complete spring semester online. During this transition our Distance Education team will be available by phone and email to address your questions and concerns. For information on how to get started in Blackboard, our Technology Guide, and other important online learning information, please visit:

For assistance, email:

Adult Education

COVID-19 Update: Due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus, all Adult Education classes and GED test session have been temporarily suspended. Current students may email their instructor for assistance with Aztec, Essential Education, and Burlington English online assignments. Prospective and current students may use free learning platforms such as Khan Academy or USA Learns.

For more information, visit:

Business Office

For assistance with your student account, please email

Campus Status

Please monitor for current information about access to campus facilities. As of Friday, March 13th, the College is closed to students, the public, and nonessential personnel until further notice.


At this time, we have no plans to postpone graduation, which we have scheduled for June 4 at the UGA Conference Center in Tifton. Of course, we will continue to monitor this evolving worldwide event, and we will take every step needed to keep our students, faculty, and staff safe. As decisions are made, we will provide updates via our website, social media, and email.


For SRTC related updates, FAQ’s, and CDC recommendations, please visit:

The College strongly recommends following CDC prevention guidelines, including:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

For updates from the State of Georgia, visit:

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

Which students do the closures affect?

  • All SRTC Campus locations are closed. These closures impact traditional face-to-face students, online students, dual enrollment students, and adult education (GED) students.

Who do I contact for program or course-specific questions?

Who do I contact for Financial Aid questions?

Who do I contact with questions about my student account/paying my tuition online?

Who do I contact with questions about previously scheduled Continuing Education, Personal Enrichment Courses, Facility Rentals, or Business & Industry Training?

Who do I contact for questions about Testing or Admissions?

Will I be able to meet with my advisor and register for classes?

  • At this time, the next registration is scheduled for May 13.
  • We encourage you to contact your advisor via email. If you do not know your advisor’s email address, please consult the Faculty & Staff Directory:

Will I need to log into my online classes?

  • You are not required to log into your online classes at this time to complete assignments. However, please check your student email and blackboard regularly for updates on when online courses will resume. If you would like to continue to complete your coursework assigned online, you can; however, submissions are not required during this time.

Will I have access to tutoring services?

How do check my email remotely?

Will Custodial services be working?

  • Custodial and Maintenance teams will continue working limited hours with increased attention to disinfecting all campus locations.

Will the Campus Bookstore and Library be open?

Will I have to make up these classes at a later date?

  • Academic Affairs is working with our accreditation body and the TCSG to determine what will be needed to confirm academic requirements have been met. Additional guidance will be provided at a later date. Please check your email.

I have a question that was not addressed above.

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Contact Us

We are monitoring the following email addresses daily. For questions or assistance, please email one of the following departments.