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HVAC Dominates Latest Round of Grainger Foundation Scholarhips

Four students from the Columbus Technical College HVAC (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning) program have been named winners in the latest round of scholarships presented by the Grainger Foundation. Charlie Haynes, Christopher Pergakis, Amanda Banks, and Darryl Thomas were each awarded $425 to … [Read More...]

Vice President of Economic Development, Jamie Loyd, shows off his hard-earned CEcD certificate.

VP Earns National Economic Developer Certification

Vice President Economic Development at Columbus Technical College, Jamie Loyd, recently earned the designation of Certified Economic Developer (CEcD). This national recognition denotes a mastery of principal skills in economic development, professional attainment, and a commitment to personal and … [Read More...]

Paulie Battle is all smiles when she opens her check for $500!

Nat’l Winner Earns Financial Recognition from CTC Foundation

The Columbus Technical College Foundation wanted Pauline Battle to know how much she is valued and in doing so, Battle was able to add a nice check to her bank account. The medical assisting student was called to a recent meeting of the Foundation Board of Trustees thinking she was just going to … [Read More...]

Columbus Technical College Associate Vice President of Adult Education Dr. Sarah Beecham (center) shows off her division's statewide award. Also pictured are TCSG (Technical College System of Georgia) Deputy Commissioner Dr. Josephine-Reed Taylor and Assistant Commissioner for Adult Education Beverly Smith.

Adult Ed Program Earns State Recognition

Congratulations to Columbus Technical College's Adult Education division for earning high accolades at the recent Fall Literacy Conference in Atlanta. Our Adult Education division was one of just four in the technical college system to be recognized for its efforts in improving literacy rates in our … [Read More...]

Criminal Justice student Linda Lewis shows off her brand new Samsung tablet  with Linx, the CTC "mousecot."

Criminal Justice Student Wins E-Tablet in Prize Drawing

Around lunchtime on September 22, 55-year old Linda Lewis got the call she had been dreading. A family member let her know her brother in New Jersey had taken a turn for the worse in his battle against cancer. She dropped her punch card in a box, left the Columbus Technical College party and got in … [Read More...]

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