Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Athens Technical College administration is coordinating with local, state, and federal agencies to monitor the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and is making preparations in the event that the college modifies operations to mitigate the spread of the virus.
These are only proactive measures as there are no known impacts to the college at this time.

Please visit the Athens Technical College COVID-19 information page for more information.

Georgia Power Presents the Athens Tech Foundation With a Check for $35,000

Date: Mar 05,2020

Athens Technical College and the Athens Tech Foundation would like to thank Georgia Power for their support of our students.

Lawrence Williams, Jr Selected for ATC's EAGLE Award

Date: Dec 10,2019

Lawrence Clayton Williams Jr., a native of Athens, Georgia, is a 2019 Clarke County GED graduate from Athens Technical College’s Clarke County Adult Education Program, and was selected the College’s 2020 winner of the Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education (EAGLE), by a panel of local judges made up of faculty and staff of Athens Technical College.

Athens Tech Foundation Honors Phil Bettendorf

Date: Dec 04,2019

The Athens Tech Foundation has honored the service of Phil Bettendorf by naming a new scholarship in his honor. The Phil Bettendorf Business and Education Scholarship will provide financial assistance to students within the Business and Education Division at Athens Technical College. The scholarship will support students in the following programs of study:

Athens Technical College Announces Two New Board Members

Date: May 07,2019

Athens Technical College announces the appointing of two new board members. The new members will join the College’s Board upon their return to session in August 2019. (Douglas) Kyle Brown of Washington-Wilkes and Tom Denny of Elbert bring with them a wealth of experience from diverse backgrounds.

Athens Technical College Adds $118.1 Million Economic Impact to the Region, Study Reveals

Date: Jan 29,2019

Athens Technical College’s (ATC) economic impact on its surrounding communities continues to expand, adding $118.1 million to its service area for fiscal year 2016-2017. EMSI, a leading provider of economic impact studies and labor market data, examined Athens Technical College’s economic impact through its students, employees, and alumni for that one-year period. In addition, analysts studied the institutions return on investment for students, taxpayers, and society. Data from among the institutions financial and academic operations, Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics were used in the study.

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