Former Archaeologist, Small Business Owner among Big Winners of Scholarship

Like millions of Americans, the economy forced Kenny Mayo to start over. His drywall business in Florida dried up. “I began to see a decline in business when builders began using people who would work for lower wages,” Mayo remembered. Despite working part-time jobs and eventually moving to Columbus … [read more..]


CTC SkillsUSA Community Service Team Brings Home Medal

Congratulations to Columbus Technical College's community service team for placing third nationwide at the recent SkillsUSA competition, earning a bronze medal! The College was well-represented on the national stage in Kansas City in late June. That's because 13 gold medal winners and their advisors … [read more..]


Surg Tech Student Earns $750 Scholarship

By being observant, patient, and clicking a mouse a few extra times, 23-year-old Columbus Tech Surgical Technology student Brittany Hudson found herself 750 dollars richer. Brittany was given an assignment by her instructors that included registering online to become a member of the Association for … [read more..]

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State Board Names Lorette Hoover as New CTC President

Atlanta & Columbus, GA – Columbus Technical College will soon have a new leader.  Commissioner Ron Jackson today informed the state board that oversees the Technical College System of Georgia that Lorette Hoover, who is currently the president of Altamaha Technical College in Jesup, Georgia, is … [read more..]


Columbus Technical College Picks Up Adult Ed Program

(updated July 11, 2013) Adults from Muscogee, Harris, Stewart, Quitman, Chattahoochee, and  Talbot counties looking to get a fresh educational start can do so through Columbus Technical College and the newly-formed A.C.E. (Adult and Community Education) Team. The Technical College System of … [read more..]


Community Bids Bon Voyage to Retiring CTC President

May 17, 2013:  The lawn at the Wright Health Sciences Center at Columbus Technical College was packed with well-wishers on Friday, May 17 for a grand send-off event for retiring college President Bob Jones. Community leaders, elected officials, friends, family, co-workers, and even members of the … [read more..]

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Columbus Rotary Honors Students with $500 Scholarships

Thanks to the generosity of the Rotary Club of Columbus, two deserving Columbus Technical College students have 500 more dollars to help them finish school. Brittaney Carter and Brittney Edwards are both enjoying their last semester as college students and when their instructors emailed them about a … [read more..]


Columbus Tech Honors Outgoing President with Surprise Naming Ceremony

If you find yourself in Columbus Technical College's Carl Patrick Hall any time soon, be sure to check out the latest addition honoring retiring President Bob Jones. The college's hi-tech conference and technology center now bears the name "J. Robert Jones." During a recent surprise ceremony, … [read more..]


Retiring President Speaks at Spring Commencement

Graduating from college is a joyous time for anyone but there was a bittersweet aura at the May 6, 2013 commencement ceremony for Columbus Technical College. President Bob Jones took the stage for the last time in his 15 year tenure as the College’s chief administrator. President Jones announced his … [read more..]

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CTC’s Instructor, Student of the Year Both Place in Top Statewide

Congratulations to Columbus Technical College's GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) winner for 2013 and our Rick Perkins Instructor of the Year for rising to the top statewide! During the Technical College System of Georgia's (TCSG) annual GOAL/Rick Perkins conference in Atlanta last … [read more..]