Welcome Back!

Thank you for choosing West Georgia Tech! We are glad you’re here and wish you the best for a successful semester.

  • Spring Semester classes begin January 10, and schedule changes can be made during drop/add January 10-12.
  • All tuition and fees must be paid by January 19 to avoid having your classes dropped. To spread these costs over time, you may want to consider a Nelnet Payment Plan. If you have questions about your financial aid, please email financialaid@westgatech.edu for assistance.
  • If you need help registering for classes or changing your schedule before classes start, please email advising@westgatech.edu from your student email account. One of our academic advisors will be glad to assist you. You may find the information you are looking for on a Program Completion Checklist for your program of study. This document will show you all the classes you need to take.


Campus Bookstores

Get the books and supplies you need at a Campus Bookstore! Bookstores also offer a wide selection of West Georgia Tech spirit wear, snacks and other fun items.

Murphy CampusCarroll Campus
Monday – ThursdayMonday – Thursday
8:00 am – 6:00 pm8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Shelly Thomas, Bookstore AssistantKasey Bell, Bookstore Assistant
Douglas CampusLaGrange Campus
Monday – ThursdayMonday – Thursday
8:00 am – 6:00 pm8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Catherine Frazier, Bookstore AssistantBryn Fannon, Bookstore Assistant
Coweta Campus
Monday – Thursday
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Kaylen Levell, Bookstore Assistant


Academic Resource Centers

Our Academic Resource Centers (formally campus libraries) are ready to support you. Visit to access a computer, reserve a study room, check out a book or sign up for an appointment with an academic advisor. ARCs are open 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday – Thursday and 8 a.m.-Noon on Friday. The Mary McClung Library on the Murphy Campus is closed on Friday.


Community Support Resources

  • Need Accessibility Services? West Georgia Technical College provides equal educational opportunities to prospective and current students who meet the disability criteria of the American Disabilities Act. Assistance is available for individuals who present with a temporary or permanent physical or psychological disability or with a learning disorder; including attention deficit disorder, acquired brain injury or autism. To receive services, an individual must provide recent documentation from a qualified professional which is compliant with the West Georgia Technical College documentation requirements for classroom accommodations. Documentation must clearly indicate the presence of a physical, psychological or learning disorder with a listing of recommended accommodations.
  • Work study opportunities are available!
  • Are you a military veteran, spouse or dependent? Let our Veteran’s Affairs staff help you navigate your benefits.
  • Campus Police are here to help! Dial 855-579-4357 to reach them. Officers are on-duty any time campuses are open.
  • Been down this road before? Have you made sure all your credits have transferred? If you’ve attended college before, our Registrar’s Office can help you make sure you get credit for any eligible classes.


Let’s All Stay Healthy!

West Georgia Tech remains vigilant in monitoring the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Please visit our Coronavirus Information and Resources page for the latest updates.


With the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, multiple variants, and the change in guidelines from the CDC, the state has issued an amended order regarding isolation and quarantine for COVID-19 positive tests, symptomatic vs asymptomatic cases, and exposures. We want you to know that our college receives guidance and updates as they become available, directly from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH).  We are also very fortunate to have direct and sometimes one-on-one phone calls with DPH to discuss protocols.  These are the protocols that West Georgia Technical College has been, is, and will continue to follow.

For the duration of the virus, we have followed these agency directives and have had good success throughout our college.  One main point to keep in mind is that we must react to the symptoms of the individual case as it is not a one size fits all response.  This is another reason why it is incredibly important for everyone to utilize the COVID-19 Notification Reporting Form.  Use this form immediately if you have tested positive, had direct exposure to a known positive case closer than six feet for more than 15 minutes, or if you are feeling symptoms that might be COVID-19 related.  Please be thorough in completing the form so that all pertinent information can be considered. Understand that by filling out the COVID-19 Notification Reporting Form, our response to you will be a response using the most recent guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and the DPH.  The form also helps us to determine if we have a hot spot in the college and may need to consider additional action.

Due to many illnesses currently in the area, if you are sick, we encourage you to get a test to determine if you have COVID-19 or something else.  Regardless, if you have any fever, do not come to campus until the fever has passed and you can go 24 hours without fever or the medication used to control it.  As always, the guidance from the CDC and the DPH changes over time; we will continue to change with it.

Reminder: If you are exposed, experience symptoms, or test positive, please complete the COVID-19 Notification Reporting Form. You will receive an email advising you of the actions you should take, if any. Situations will be carefully and individually considered based upon self-reported details of your personal situation.


Thank you for your help in keeping WGTC operating efficiently and effectively so we can continue to educate and serve you in the best way possible. We look forward to a great Spring Semester!

  • Stay home if you feel sick or exhibit symptoms of illness.
  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Physically distance yourself from others where possible.
  • Unvaccinated students are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
  • COVID vaccines are available. Visit dph.georgia.gov to find a location near you.
  • Know your own risks and refer to the CDC guidelines.
  • Regular sanitizing and cleaning on campus will continue.
  • If you test positive or are directly exposed to someone who has tested positive, please complete the COVID-19 Notification Reporting Form. This will connect you to the best recommendations for your situation, and also help us track cases and exposures on campus. Do not fill this form out on behalf of someone else. It should only be completed by the person who was exposed or who tested positive.



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