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Active Shooter Drill at CTC

The Columbus Technical College Police Department along with the Muscogee Sheriff’s Office, Columbus Fire and EMS, Columbus Emergency Management Office and Columbus Regional Health will conduct an active shooter exercise this Friday, October 30th. The drill will take on the form of a real-life campus … [read more..]

Representatives from SunTrust, Columbus Technical College and the College's Foundation Board of Trustees accept a ceremonial check for $2,500 from the SunTrust Foundation. Pictured left to right are Meg Burkhardt/Dir., CARE Center and Advisement, Gene Perkins/SunTrust, Gloria Johnson/Dir., Institutional Advancement, Janet Baker/Chair, CTC Foundation Board of Trustees, Tommy Wilson/VP of Operations, Lorette M. Hoover/President, Will Burgan/Dean of Academic Support.

Gift from SunTrust to Help CTC Family with Budgeting, Financial Knowledge

SunTrust Foundation is investing in the future of Columbus Technical College by providing funds for incentives, materials and vital budgetary and financial information. On Wednesday, October 7, representatives from the bank will be on the Columbus Technical College campus to present a check for … [read more..]

Columbus Technical College Police Chief Thomas Barnes.

Police Chief Receives Specialized Training for Newly-Appointed Law Enforcement Leaders

Columbus Technical College Police Chief Tom Barnes attended the Chief Executive Training Class for newly appointed chiefs of police and heads of law enforcement agencies at the Dr. Curtis E. McClung Training Center in Duluth, GA., from September 21st through September 30th, 2015. The 60-hour … [read more..]

The dental hygiene class shows support for Breanna! Front row, L to R: Kristen Ledford, Alicia Duran, Caryln Machado, Jennifer Brown, Breanna Sanders, Megan Collins, Jacqueline Morrison, Sara Womack and Amanda Sardelich. Back row, L to R: Brittany Hammond, Evie Messer, Amy Walton, Veronica Heard and Denise Seyler.

Rad Tech, Dental Hygiene Students Earn Scholarships

Three students enrolled in two different healthcare degree programs at Columbus Technical College now have several hundred additional dollars to help fund their education. Radiologic technology students Abby Dickson of Smiths Station (AL) and Craig Murphy of Ellerslie (GA) have been named winners of … [read more..]

CTC and ChattCo HS Partnership Grows Through Programs, Grants

While Columbus Technical College has always enjoyed a strong working relationship with Chattahoochee County High School, that bond has become even stronger in recent months. One giant building block is the new dual enrollment program called Career Connect. This class starts with ninth graders who … [read more..]

After the ribbon was cut, guests enjoyed tours of the new Adult Ed home.

CTC’s Adult Ed Division Opens New Home

August 20, 2015 was not only a day of celebration at Columbus Technical College but it also marked an important day in the life of our College. We hosted the official grand opening of our Adult Education Division complete with a ribbon-cutting, munchies, addresses from state and local Chamber … [read more..]

CTC Honors President’s List Students

Columbus Technical College would like to congratulate the following 22 students for making the President’s List last semester. The President’s List represents students who earned a perfect 4.0 GPA while enrolled in a full load of classes (at least 12 hours). Way to go! The Columbus Technical … [read more..]

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CTC Named Statewide STEM Education Finalist

Columbus Technical College and partner industry Pratt & Whitney, Inc., have been named finalists in the fourth annual STEM Education Awards in Georgia. The STEM Education Awards recognize schools, programs, and companies for outstanding efforts and achievements in supporting and promoting STEM … [read more..]

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Grainger Foundation Scholars Hail from Three CTC Programs

Thanks to the generosity of the Grainger Foundation, four Columbus Technical College students have an extra 475 dollars in their proverbial pockets to help offset the cost of school. The winners, all from Muscogee county, hail from three different programs at the college: welding and joining … [read more..]

Exec. Dir. of Community & College Relations Cheryl Myers (center) poses with President of Coastal Pines Technical College Dr.  Glenn Deibert and TCSG Chief Academic Officer Dr. Josephine Reed-Taylor and the ELA graduation ceremony.

CTC Administrators Graduate from Leadership Training

Two administrators with Columbus Technical College just wrapped up specialized training aimed at helping them improve their skills as leaders. Executive Director of Community & College Relations Cheryl Myers completed a ten-month Executive Leadership Academy through the Technical College … [read more..]