MOWR Gives High School Students Big Head Start

Kelli McPhaul is a Hardaway High School graduate and MOWR success story.

Chattahoochee County High School seniors Dustin Chandler-Hudgins, Katelynn Hedgecoke, and Talibah Howard may come from different backgrounds and hold varied beliefs but they have a strong common thread: they are all “studying smart” thanks to Georgia’s Move On When Ready (MOWR) law. This … [Read more...]

Rad Tech Program Presents Scholarships

Diagnostic Medical Sonography students Brenda Barnett and Madison Priester

Congratulations are in order for three Columbus Technical College students enrolled in the radiologic technology and diagnostic medical sonography programs. Craig Murphy, Brenda Barnett, and Madison Priester each earned $500 in scholarship monies from the Lambda Nu National Honor Society for … [Read more...]

Adult Ed Division Holds First Pinning Ceremony

ESL students. Back row, l to r: Qazi Abid, Jose Almonte, Yanelly Altagracia, Adela Avellaneda. Fifth row, l to r: Nelly Canon, Antonio Dangond, Jamie De Avila, Dalis Diaz. Fourth row, l to r: Weiping Ding, Jose Figueroa, Luisella Fiorelli, Laydee Hayes. Third row, l to r: Simon Henriquez, Nancy Hurtado, Gisela Mera, Walter Navarro. Second row, l to r: Eugenio Pagan, Jorge Paulino, Silvia Reyes, Robinson Salazar. Front row, l to r: Jean Senat, Carlos Soler, Luis Vargas.

Congratulations are in order for the Adult Education Division of Columbus Technical College as well as the students they serve. On Thursday, January 21, the division held its first-ever pinning ceremony to recognize and celebrate the students who completed their GED (General Equivalency Diploma) or … [Read more...]

January Graduation Features Many Special Stories

Graduates felt a lot of love from the stands.

When the crowd of graduates, friends, family, faculty, and distinguished guests gathered at the Columbus Civic Center for Columbus Technical College's January 28th commencement ceremony, they were treated to a very special night. Students who qualified for graduation on January 28 were those who … [Read more...]