Student Organizations


2015-2016 Student Government Association Officers

(l-r) Johnson, Mason, Walker, Whitehead

President Ahmad Johnson
Vice President Eric Mason
Parliamentarian Chauncey Walker
Treasurer Terence Whitehead




Accounting Club

The Accounting Club, known as NUMBΣRS, is a pre-professional and social club for accounting students and other interested individuals. The mission of the Accounting Club is to broaden the student’s appreciation of the profession of accounting.

Shunda Ware

(404) 225-4553

Student Government Association (ASGA)

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


Atlanta Institute  For Males (AIM)

AIM is focused on increasing the recruitment, retention, and graduation rates of male high school and college students in the greater Atlanta area by providing intensive support services prior to and during enrollment at Atlanta Technical College.

Curtis Halton

(404) 756-2787

ATC’s  Student Ambassadors Program

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

Dessie Hall

(404) 225-4588

Collegiate DECA

An organization dedicated to promoting interest in marketing and the distribution of goods and services. Business and students work together to learn collectively, engage in state and international competition, and plan for further careers.

Michelle Roach

(404) 225-4451

Foundation Setters For Future Minds

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

(404) 225-4580

Health Information Management Student Association (HIMSA)

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


International Student Club

The International Club is an organization that assists students with learning about and appreciating other cultures. The club is an avenue for American students and International students at the College to meet and get acquainted with each other. The International Club at Atlanta Tech promotes and celebrates diversity. All Atlanta Tech students are welcome to join.

Susan Marshall Battle

(404) 225-4625

Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX)

Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) is a national honor society in paralegal/legal assistant studies.  Our chapter recognizes students and alumni who have demonstrated superior academic performance at Atlanta Technical College.  The eligibility requirements are: complete a minimum of two-thirds of the Paralegal Studies program, a 3.25 or better overall GPA and a 3.5 or better GPA in their paralegal classes.  Finally, inductees must pay a $30 fee for their pin and certificate which is awarded to them during the induction ceremony.

Keisha Hudson


National Association of Home Builders Student Chapter (NAHB)

The NAHB student chapter program is dedicated to enriching the educational experience of students by offering them first-hand exposure to the real world of the building industry through NAHB membership, educational programming, and networking opportunities.

Hector Celis


National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)

Open to all students in degree and diploma programs. Students must have completed 25 hours at Atlanta Technical College with a 3.5 Grade Point Average. The National Technical Honor Society is service oriented with a focus on helping other students through activities such as tutoring or mentoring and assisting families in the local community.

Dessie Hall


Phi Beta Lambda

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.

Bobby Sutton

(404) 225-4549


PHIT Pharm supports and encourages programs, environments and resources that promote healthy eating and active living to reduce the prevalence of overweight, obesity, and related chronic diseases.

Robbie Howard, Advisor



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.

Britt Pitre

(404) 225-4543

Veterans Club

This student leadership organization consists of enrolledstudents 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.

Sylvie Moses