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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: June 15, 2016
For the eleventh straight year, the Radiography program at Athens Technical College has achieved a one hundred percent pass rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national certification exam. Over the same period of time, the national average rate for passing the exam hovered around ninety percent. In 2015, the state average for Georgia was ninety-one percent.
Date: June 15, 2016
Ryan Thomas is from Danielsville, Georgia where he attended Madison County High School. Upon graduation, Ryan made the decision to attend Athens Technical College to further his education. He stated, “Growing up near Athens, I always knew that Athens Technical College would be convenient for me to get my core classes taken care of prior to continuing my education. Athens Technical College afforded me the opportunity to determine the best degree for my educational and career path.” Ryan goes on to say, “I chose the Business Management program because I felt like it would benefit me more than any other program. It would also give me real life situations that I would encounter on a daily basis.”
Date: June 10, 2016
Animals have long been recognized as a positive addition to the healing process. In facilities, visits from therapy dogs have shown an increased happiness, calmness, and overall emotional well-being. Studies have shown a decrease in blood pressure and stress levels during therapy dog visits. Therapy dogs provide a break from the daily routine, like the dreaded semester finals.
Date: May 31, 2016
Athens Technical College Rotaract Club is a service organization open to all students and alumni. Rotaract provides opportunities for students to build and foster leadership skills in their communities and workplaces.
Date: May 5, 2016
Nick Chapman, Program Chair of the Business Management Program at Athens Technical College is featured in the latest issue of Southern Distinction magazine. In his article, he promotes to Athens Technical College’s Business Management Program and the opportunities available to those students who graduate from the program. Southern Distinction is a regional magazine that covers topics ranging from business and travel to sports and medical advances. To find out more about Southern Distinction, you can visit their website www.SouthernDistinction.com.
With campuses in Athens, Elberton, Monroe, and Greensboro, there is a place for everyone.
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