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Athens Technical College is located in Athens, the seat of Clarke County, northeast Georgia's center for commerce and trade, health services, and cultural arts. Three campuses in Elberton (Elbert County), Greensboro (Greene County), and Monroe (Walton County) offer additional courses and programming through Athens Technical College.
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At Athens Technical College, we welcome students with diverse backgrounds and points of view. You can be yourself here, experience new things, and make lasting friendships.
Date:August 30, 2017
Athens Technical College recently concluded their summer competition, The Penny Wars. The Penny Wars competition benefits Food2Kids, a program sponsored by The Northeast Georgia Food Bank. In total the College had five teams that worked very hard collecting just over $1,937. With that total amount, four students from Howard B. Stroud Elementary School were able to receive assistance. "We are more than thrilled with the results of The Penny Wars", stated Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) instructor Leslie McKenzie. Athens Technical College will be hosting this event again during the spring semester with hopes of beating their summer total.
Date:August 30, 2017
Alice Bellamy has been selected to receive the 2017 Bosch Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship. As a current Automotive Technology student at Athens Technical College, the scholarship will be used to assist with tuition, fees, or book expenses.
Date:August 17, 2017
ATHENS, GA (8/17/2017) –On August 17th, Athens Technical College showed its gratitude to morethan 180 employees through its Faculty Staff Appreciation Celebration.
Date:June 23, 2017
ATHENS, GA (6/23/2017) – Graduates of the Athens Technical College Radiography class of 2017 have achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification examination. The most recent class marks the twelfth consecutive year Athens Technical College graduates have earned a 100 percent pass rate on the ARRT exam.
Date:Jun 2, 2017
Georgia’s Move On When Ready (MOWR) dual enrollment program allows qualified high school students to maximize their education and career training by taking courses that earn them college and high school credit at the same time. Joseph Lee took full advantage of the new MOWR program and on May 1, 2017, graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Emerging Technology while maintaining a perfect 4.0 GPA. Simultaneously, he earned his high school diploma. Joseph also earned the College’s Move On When Ready Student of the Year Award and received recognition at the College’s annual Honor’s Day. Joseph said, "It was challenging to stay on top of all the assignments and due dates, but it was very rewarding".
With campuses in Athens, Elberton, Monroe, and Greensboro, there is a place for everyone.
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