Student Organizations

Student Organizations

The Student Ambassador’s Program is students volunteering to connect incoming students, families, and special guests to Atlanta Technical College. Ambassadors represent the college at special events both on campus and within the community all while enhancing their leadership and communication skills, building community connections, and creating lasting ties within the ATC community.

Katie D’Entremont

The purpose of FSFFM is to recognize the needs and desires of Atlanta Technical College (ATC) Early Childhood Education (ECE) students by providing a forum, support system and/or network where by ideas and communications related to school or business can be discussed.

Katie Day

The Health Information Management Student Association (HIMSA) was created to help promote and educate the community about the health information management profession through community activities and fundraisers; to promote career and educational development; and networking amongst students and staff in the Health Information Management and Technology program at Atlanta Technical College. The membership of this Association is open to members of the Atlanta Technical College students, faculty and staff.

Adrianne Clark

The International Club is an organization that embraces the appreciation of global awareness and diversity of cultures. The club is an avenue for students of all cultural backgrounds to exchange information about the world and the importance of global citizenship. All Atlanta Tech students are encouraged to join.

Dessie Hall

The purpose of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) at Atlanta Technical College is to link students into a large collegiate and professional network thus exposing them to numerous internship, career, social and networking opportunities. The National Society of Black Engineers, as a national student and professional based organization, does hereby dedicate itself to the development of intensive programs for increasing Black and other ethnic minority participation in the fields of engineering and engineering technology. These programs will be initiated both within and outside the university community and will serve to strengthen relations between professional industry and the black community. Members of this organization are encouraged to join and participate in their individual professional societies. This organization will endeavor to provide general counseling to all members.

Ronald McCollough

The mission of NTHS is to honor student achievement and leadership in career and technical education, promote educational excellence, award scholarships, and enhance career opportunities for the NTHS membership. NTHS is open to all students in degree and diploma programs. Students must have completed 24 hours at Atlanta Technical College with a 3.0 Grade Point Average.

NTHS strives to bring well deserved recognition, scholarship opportunities, and career opportunities to students who excel in one of the 108 career and technical educational fields as their profession. Not only do NTHS students embody all the attributes and talent which is in demand today, these students also embrace a clear vision for tomorrow’s workforce and their role in it. NTHS understands changes in industry within local communities and on a global scale.

Dessie Hall


Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), a national organization founded in 1958 with state and local chapters, was established for students interested in a career in business. The activities of PBL provide an opportunity for business students to prepare for business and office occupations. It helps students to learn more about our economic system and the business community. By participating in PBL, students are able to get practical experience in the business community. Students participate in local, state, regional, and national competitions.

Jamie Butler

Skills USA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student to excel. More than 300,000 students and advisors join SkillsUSA annually, organized into more than 17,000 sections and 53 state and territorial associations. Combining alumni and lifetime membership, the total number served this year is more than 350,000. SkillsUSA has served more than 11.6 million members since its founding in 1965. SkillsUSA’s mission is to empower its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens.

Nan Walker

The purpose is to create a network of dental hygiene students which provides an opportunity for them to discuss current relatable dental health issues and challenges involving their profession. Members will be kept up to date on new concepts, techniques, and products related to dental hygiene.

Marisa Singleton

The purpose of SGA shall be to serve and represent the student body, provide a channel through which students may exhibit leadership, recommend activities that enhance student life outside the classroom, and provide for constructive discussion(s) leading to improvement of the College.

Dessie Hall

This student leadership organization consists of enrolled students who currently serve or have retired from various branches of the United State Armed Forces. The club creates an environment where individuals (retired and enlisted) can socialize, address common issues, and participate in public awareness activities while attending classes on the college campus. The general purpose for organizing this club community is to assist our students with navigating through the college experience, obtain referrals for on campus and community resources.

Bernita Banks

WIT provides college women opportunities to explore and experience careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) fields. We do this by building strong partnerships among students, colleges, and companies which allow us to provide relevant educational programs, internships, and scholarships possibilities for these college women.

Anissa Ferrell