2016 GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) Winner for Columbus Technical College, Donald Thrasher.

2016 Students, Instructor of the Year Named

Columbus Technical College is proud to announce its 2016 winners for the adult education student of the year, college student of the year, and instructor of the year. The 2016 GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) student for Columbus Technical College is 50-year-old respiratory care … [read more..]

Columbus Technical College Certified Nurse Aide students

CNA Classes Celebrate Accomplishments

Three classes of Columbus Technical College nurse aide students recently celebrated the end of their coursework with a special ceremony. Two of the co-horts are students from Harris County High School while the third consisted of traditional Columbus Tech students. All students from the three … [read more..]

Photo caption:	Front row, left to right:  President Lorette M. Hoover, scholarship winners Wilmer Escorcia, Zane Harvey (Fort Benning), Austin Eastman (Harris County) and Terry Bush, Grainger Branch Manager Brian Brock, Dean of Professional and Technical Services Jim McNair and Director for Institutional Advancement Gloria Johnson. Back row: Welding and Joining Technology Program Director Ronnie McBride, HVAC Program Director Craig Oldenburg and HVAC Lab Assistant Ron Barfield.

Final (for now) Grainger Scholarships Awarded

Four students enrolled in Columbus Technical College’s Welding & Joining Technology and HVAC programs are representing their programs well as they have each been awarded $425 in scholarship funds. The monies may be used for any program-specific need including tools, supplies, books, tuition, … [read more..]

Front row, left to right: Nicole Barnes, Alexandra Brown-Pineda, Christy Grafals, Michelle Harris. Center: Instructors Carl Sandy and Cheryl Lary. Third Row: Alexis Huguley (Troup County), William Johnson, April Kozlik, Christian Taylor, Courtney Thomas (Chattahoochee)

Central Sterile Processing Students Hold Pinning Ceremony

Students in the  central sterile processing programs at Columbus Technical College have reached an impressive milestone in their studies. On Thursday, December 3, the class of nine students held a pinning ceremony to recognize their successful completion of their program. Seven students hail from … [read more..]

Columbus Technical College nursing students Richard Formby (Phenix City), Lori Yaussi (Fort Benning), and Amanda Rollins (Columbus) show off their Klayder Scholarship certificates.

2015 Klayder Scholars Named

Three hard-working Columbus Technical College nursing students are the latest recipients of scholarships valued at $500 each. The Klayder Scholarship will go a long way in helping pay for future program-related needs. Winners of the 2015 Klayder Scholarship are: Richard Formby, Amanda Rollins, and … [read more..]

Pictured left to right are: Flint Energies Foundation Chair Kathy Waites, Flint Energies Foundation member Charles Harrison, CTC Adult Ed Transition Specialist Oprah Stephens, Foundation members George West, Eloise Doty, Betty Chase, Connie McCutchen, Joanne Hamlin, CTC President Lorette M. Hoover, Pat Bartness, CTC Director of Advancement Gloria Johnson, and Foundation member John Luppino.

Flint Energies Provides GED Scholarships via CTC Foundation, Inc.

Flint Energies Foundation, Inc. has generously donated a $1,600 grant to Columbus Technical College Foundation, Inc. to help ease the financial burden for local students pursuing their General Education Diplomas (GEDs). Ten students who live in the service area of Flint Energies who are enrolled in … [read more..]

Front row left to right is: Former instructor Leslie Noles, Christine Ely, Delinda McCallister, Anna Brannock, Angel Wallace, Samantha Vatral and instructor/program director Colanda Dorsey. 

Middle row:  Pamela Forrester, Jan Grier and Keaton Fuller (Harris County)

Back row: Instructor LaTonya Harris, Virginia Johnson (Talbot County), Victoria Lechowicz, Hallie Crook (Harris County), Jylian McCoy, LaToya Lewis (Russell County) and Jameka Carter.

Dental and Medical Assisting Students Celebrate Successes

Students in Columbus Technical College's Medical and Dental Assisting programs have extra reasons to celebrate this holiday season. That's because they have successfully completed their diploma coursework and have the pins to prove it. In the case of the dental assisting students, their class can … [read more..]

The Hardaway High School JROTC Color Guard posts the colors.

Event Honors Veterans, Past and Present

Columbus Technical College rolled out the red carpet this Veterans Day with a special ceremony in McCaulley auditorium of Patrick Hall. The ceremony was held Wednesday, November 11 at 11:00, marking the month, day, and hour of the signing of the Armistice Agreement to end World War I. Retired Army … [read more..]

The local board for Columbus Technical College has earned 100% certification. Pictured left to right are David McCurry, Hon. Ben Richardson, President Lorette M. Hoover, John Pritchett, Velma Bright, Hon. Jim Trott and COO for the Technical College System Phil Smith. Board members not pictured are: Joe “Slade” Johnson and David Fox.

ChattCo Superintendent Welcomed as Newest Board Member

Columbus Technical College is proud to welcome the newest member of its local board of directors, Chattahoochee School Superintendent David McCurry. McCurry comes to this vital advisory group with a wealth of experience and knowledge in the field of education. He has served in virtually every … [read more..]

Special Events Commemorate CLICK Re-Boot Week

Columbus Technical College will be hosting a series of fun technology-based events for students, faculty, and staff November 10 – 12. It’s called “CLICK Re-Boot Week” and the goal is to re-energize and re-familiarize everyone with the College’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) called CLICK. CLICK … [read more..]