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The latest Nurse Aide class of Columbus Technical College. Left to right are: CTC President Lorette M. Hoover, Giselle Chase, Nichole Bair, Yolonda Scott, Anastasia Travers, Elizabeth Barboza, Stephanie Madera, Mary Nunn, instructor Donna Ballard, instructor Cheryl Lary, Tamara Hoy, and Chrystal Peterson.

Nurse Aide Classes Celebrate Success; 100% Pass Rate

Being a nurse aide or assistant is tough work. These men and women are on the front line of caring for the sick and elderly. Choosing to enter this field takes a lot of training, knowledge, and most of all, compassion. Knowing the collective heart of these individuals made the celebration of the … [read more..]

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CTC’s Medical Assisting, Coding Instructor also an Author and Pageant Winner!

In these days of doing less with more, almost everyone is used to wearing a lot of hats but when one of your hats is a crown, that's when things can get really interesting. The program director for Columbus Technical College's Medical Assisting, Medical Coding, and Medical Front Office Assisting … [read more..]

Columbus Technical College President Lorette M. Hoover congratulates Grainger Foundation scholarship winner James Woodworth. Looking on is Gloria Dodds, director of institutional advancement and Brian Brock, Grianger branch manager.

Grainger Foundation Scholarship Provides Much-Needed Boost for 5 CTC Students

Five Columbus Technical College students are adding some education-based dollars to their bank accounts these days. James Woodworth, Lonnie Cleveland, and Kyle Schramm are all enrolled in the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC) program at the college; Roger Chaney is studying welding and … [read more..]

Debbie Saylor shows off her Columbus Technical College plaque of appreciation for  five years of service as a local board member .

Saylor says Good-Bye to CTC Board; Retires from St. Francis Hospital

After five years of dedicated service as a member of the Columbus Technical College Local Board, Deborah "Debbie" Saylor is calling it a day. As of June 30, 2014, Saylor is now considered a retiree of St. Francis hospital and a former board member for the college. Since 2009, Debbie has provided … [read more..]

Left to right: CTC President Lorette M. Hoover, TCSG Commissioner Ron Jackson, Dr. Melanie Thornton, Tara Askew and TCSG Deputy Commissioner Dr. Josephine Reed-Taylor.

CTC Administrators Complete Leadership Academy

Columbus Technical College’s vice presidents of academic affairs and student affairs are now graduates of the Technical College System of Georgia’s (TCSG) Executive Leadership Academy. Dr. Melanie Thornton and Tara Askew were among 27 technical college executives from throughout Georgia that … [read more..]

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Academic Advisement Week – July 7-July 10

Division of Health Sciences The Division of Health Sciences and Nursing will have advisement in room 3214 of the Wright building.  The times will be from 09:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00pm. Division of Professional & Technical Services Program Program Director / Instructor Building … [read more..]

Community service team advisor Alicia Anderson (front and students Shaunte Scott and Jarod Bolin strike a pose before heading to Kansas City.

SkillsUSA Team & Nat’l Competition

UPDATE: Medical Assisting student Pauline Battle came  home to Columbus sporting some new hardware - a bronze medal! Way to go Pauline and congratulations to her faculty advisor Leslie Noles. Columbus Technical College was well-represented at the national SkillsUSA competition in Kansas … [read more..]

Practical Nursing students Jackia Flack and Sierra Jiles took a "selfie" before the ceremony.

Ceremony Marks a Big First for Columbus Tech

June 12, 2014 was  a history-making day in the life of Columbus Technical College. That's because that evening's graduation ceremony was the first time GED graduates shard the stage with Columbus Tech college grads. About 200 GED and 370 college students qualified for graduation. The hope is that … [read more..]

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CTC & Life-Saving Opportunities

Columbus Technical College is a "regular" when it comes to life-saving blood drives. Students, faculty, and staff are always willing to roll up their sleeves and give the gift of life. There will be another opportunity for this effort on Tuesday, June 10 from 10AM - 3PM in room 2200 of the Robert L. … [read more..]

The Economic Development class.

Special Program Shows Apprecation to Nurse Aide Students

Students at Columbus Technical College work hard to complete their programs and be successful but sometimes an extra show of appreciation and "atta boys" can give a really big boost. That's why the directors, faculty, and supporting staff put together a special ceremony recently to celebrate … [read more..]