Greetings students, partners, and friends!
On behalf of the faculty, staff, and Board of Directors, I extend a warm welcome to Columbus Technical College. For more than 50 years, students have chosen our College as a first step into a wider world brimming with opportunities, while business and industry have counted on our proven ability to create customized workforce development solutions.
Whether your goal is to become part of an increasingly technologically savvy workforce, begin your pursuit of a four-year degree, or improve on the interests and skills you already possess, Columbus Technical College can start you on your way.
Small class sizes, a dedicated faculty and staff, and a strong, continuously enhanced infrastructure ensure that you have the tools you’ll need to meet your educational and career goals. College student organizations like Skills USA, Phi Beta Lambda, and Student Government Association will give you the chance to gain leadership skills.
Have you been away from school for some time? Nervous about writing papers? Facing Algebra? Chemistry courses? Didn’t finish high school? Then start by coming to Columbus Technical College. Our support services will help you to take you from where you are today to a where you want and need to be in the future. Whether it’s our academic learning support program, writing labs, math labs, science labs, classes in adult basic education, English as a second language, and GED preparation – all is available to those students who need the additional support and are willing to invest their time and energy. Columbus Technical College is interested in seeing you become successful academically, personally, and professionally.
Today as always, Columbus Technical College is an affordable, intelligent way to further your life’s goals. Begin your experience at Columbus Technical College, and you will be prepared to succeed anywhere.
Lorette M. Hoover
Academic Year 2014-2015
Fall Semester 2014
Classes Begin August 19
Holiday (In observance of Labor Day) September 1
Advisement Week for Next Term September 29
Web Registration for Next Term October 6 – January 8
Part of Term III (B-Term) Classes Begin October 13
New Student Orientation and Early Registration November 13
No Classes November 24, 25
College Closed November 26,27
Classes End December 10
New Student Orientation December 11
No Classes December 15
College Closed December 22 – December 29
College Open/No Classes December 30, 31
Graduation January 22, 2015
Spring Semester 2015
College Closed January 1
No Classes January 5-12
Classes Begin January 13
College Closed January 19
Part of Term III (B-Term) Classes Begin February 23
No Classes March 5-12
Advisement Week March 16-19
Web Registration March 23- May 14
New Student Orientation April 30
Classes End May 6
No Classes May 11-18
Summer Semester 2015
Classes Begin May 19
College Closed May 25
No Classes June 29-July 1
College Closed July 2
Advisement Week July 6
Web Registration July 13 – August 5
New Student Orientation July 23
Classes End August 4
New Student Orientation August 5
No Classes August 6
Back to School Bash August 8
No Classes August 10-13