September 8, 2008 - Columbus Technical College celebrated Constitution Day a little differently and a little early this year. To honor our founding fathers who signed the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, paving the way for U.S. citizens to have the right to vote, the Columbus Technical … [read more..]
August 27, 2008 - In an effort to save on utility costs and help offset the soaring prices of fuel and other services, Columbus Technical College will begin a four-day work and class schedule starting October 1, 2008. This Monday-Thursday week will continue through summer of 2009 and will be … [read more..]
August 25, 2008 - Columbus Technical College Associate Degree Nursing students, Sarah Scoggins and Lori Rigby have each been named the proud and deserving recipients of the W.G. Hartline Scholarship. The $500 scholarship will help offset the cost of tuition and fees for these … [read more..]
Updated September 22, 2008: While she didn't take home honors as the Rick Perkins Teacher of the Year for 2008, Columbus Technical College Surgical Technology Instructor Donna Emmons sure did her home school and the entire Chattahoochee Valley proud. Donna was one of six state … [read more..]
Columbus Technical College Honored by Department of Defense for Extraordinary Support of Employees Who Serve in the Georgia National Guard and Reserve August 21, 2008 - The Georgia Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), an agency of the Department … [read more..]
August 15, 2008 - Columbus Technical College would like to congratulate its first graduating class of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program. The students will officially finish this Associate Degree program at the end of this quarter (Summer, 2008). Program Manager, Gail Malatich, … [read more..]
Columbus Technical College carpentry students and instructor Jaime Fernandez were glad to lend a hand after a local Salvation Army playground was damaged by vandalism. The Columbus Tech crew repaired the damage as a service to Salvation Army officials and local kids who use the … [read more..]
August 6, 2008 - An estimated 100 professionals from the area's respiratory care field will be honing their skills at an annual conference at Columbus Technical College next week. The Greater Chattahoochee Respiratory Conference will provide an opportunity for participants to … [read more..]
WLTZ reporter Julie Bercik interviewed Columbus Technical College President Bob Jones and other administrators to learn how the college is addressing the recently mandated state budget cuts. WTVM also ran a news segment covering the budget shortfall.
"Budget Cuts Hit Columbus Tech." WLTZ.com. … [read more..]
The projected $1.6 billion shortfall in the state's budget is causing Columbus Technical College and others to implement cost-cutting measures.
"Perdue orders severe budget cuts. Columbus Tech, Columbus State and public schools will take financial hits." Ledger-enquirer.com, August 5, 2008, archive … [read more..]