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..]

The crowd applauses Markeis being named the region's middle school art winner.

Manufacturers, Art Winner Honored at Chamber Breakfast

Columbus Technical College and the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce came together Thursday to honor our region's manufacturers and two special young artists. The 2014 Manufacturing Appreciation Breakfast was held on May 8th to recognize the winners of our region's Manufacturer(s) of the Year in … [read more..]

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CTC GOAL Student in Top 9

Early childhood care and education student Denitra Hardnett of Columbus Technical College was named as a top nine finalist for the best technical education student in the State of Georgia. The announcement was made at the annual Technical College System of Georgia's GOAL/Rick Perkins/Leadership … [read more..]

Dental hygiene students (l to r) Anne Appler, Chezleigh Lackey, and Ashley Snider are winners of the 2014 Hinman Scholarship. They are scheduled to graduate in 2015.

Hinman Dental Society Names 4 CTC Students as Scholars

Three dental hygiene students and one dental assisting student from Columbus Technical College were awarded $2,750 in total scholarship money at the 102nd Hinman Dental Meeting held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta March 27 - 29.  Approximately 21,000 people were in attendance … [read more..]

Winners of the Klayder and Hartline nursing scholarships show off their certificates as CTC faculty and staff stand in support. Seated are (l to r) Hartline winners Christy Foster and Leslie Redmond and Hartline winners Pam Jones and Shanna Peterson. Standing (l to r) are Dir. of Institutional Advancement Gloria Dodds, Interim Dean of Health Sciences Mark Thorne, nursing instructors Babbs McKnight, Kristin Hinton, Sherry Lifsey, Tammy Shelley, Berthenia Smith, and Maketa Smith, and Exec. Dir. of Community & College Relations Cheryl Myers.

Four Nursing Students Earn Scholarships Totaling $2000

Four Columbus Technical College nursing students are the recipients of scholarships valued at $500 each and they will go a long way in helping pay for their education and/or future program-related needs. Winners of the Klayder Scholarship are Pam Jones and Shanna Peterson. This award was named in … [read more..]

Scholarship winner Royzell Smith and Director of Institutional Advancement Gloria Dodds share a laugh while fellow scholar Antonio Mack looks on.

Grainger Foundation Provides Huge Help to CTC Students

Five Columbus Technical College students have an extra $525 to use toward their program-related expenses thanks to a scholarship provided through the Grainger Foundation.  Brian Brock, Local Branch Manager of Grainger in Columbus, was on hand recently to encourage the students in the HVAC, Welding … [read more..]


Medical Assisting Class Earns 100% Pass Rate

Congratulations to the Medical Assisting class of Fall 2013; the students passed their board exams with a 100 percent rate on their first attempt! Program director Leslie Noles is extremely proud. "This shows so much about the dedication of these students," Noles said. "Sitting for a … [read more..]

Columbus Technical College's 2014 EAGLE winner, Carrie Freeman

Adult Ed Student of the Year Competed at State level

Columbus Technical College's EAGLE (Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education) winner Carrie Freeman has seen her share of big life changes over the last year or so. And when she realized that without a GED (General Equivalency Diploma), she couldn't find work, she  set out to get her … [read more..]