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..]

Columbus Tech's police dept.

Columbus Tech Now Has its own Police Dept.

In an effort to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors with the safest environment possible, Columbus Technical College now has its own men in blue to serve and protect everyone on the campus. Serving alongside seven security personnel are three sworn/certified police officers and each has … [read more..]

Nov. 5, 2011: Sias International University hosted a colorful ceremony for the signing of agreements between themselves and Columbus Technical College. Dr. Ian Bond (left) with Sias President Li Haijun, founder/chairman Dr. Shawn Chen (r. behind Pres. Li), and Dr. Robert George (l. behind Dr. Bond).

CTC Trip to China Yields Three Major Agreements

Columbus Technical College Director of International Education and Outreach, Dr. Ian Bond, embarked on a trip to the People’s Republic of China recently and before he returned to the states, three major Chinese institutions of higher learning had signed agreements with Columbus Tech. Dr. Bond and … [read more..]

The crew that made it happen! Pictured are CTC Dean of Health Sciences Dr. Robert Wilkeson, CTC nursing program manager Ken Gordon, CTC Dean of Biology Amy Fenech-Sandy, GSW VP of Academic Affairs Brian Adler, CTC Dean of Applied Business Abigail Carter, GSW President Kendall Blanchard, CTC President Bob Jones, GSW Dean of Nursing Sandra Daniel, CTC VP of Acad. Affairs Linn Storey, GSW Dean of Health Sciences Kelley McCoy, GSW Asst. VP of Acad. Affairs Lynda Lee Purvis, GSW Dean of Computing/Math, Boris Peltsverger, and CTC Assoc. VP of Acad. Affairs Gary Williams.

CTC Signs Transfer Agreement with GSW

Presidents Kendall Blanchard and Bob Jones signed an agreement between Georgia Southwestern State University and Columbus Technical College that will be effective immediately and will allow for the transfer of four associate degrees (Gen Studies, Health Sciences, Biology, and Nursing) and several … [read more..]


Commissioner of Technical Colleges Tours Health Building; Speaks at CTC Graduation

June 11, 2010: The commissioner of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), Ron Jackson, was the man of the hour at Columbus Technical College on Tuesday. After touring the college's up-and-coming health sciences building in the afternoon, the commissioner went on to be the featured speaker … [read more..]


TCSG, CTC Enrollment Climbs in Spring

From TCSG and CTC Communication Offices: Atlanta - Spring quarter enrollment in Georgia's 28 technical colleges is up by 19% over the same time last year. The trend is also evident in Columbus where enrollment is up some 13 percent. Initial numbers posted by the technical colleges indicate that … [read more..]


Golf Tourney Raises $18K for CTC Foundation

The Columbus Technical College Foundation has 18,000 more dollars to help support students, faculty and staff at the college. It's all thanks to a golf tournament sponsored by SKANSKA construction company - the contractor for the college's up-and-coming Robert L. Wright Jr. Health Sciences Center on … [read more..]


CTC Student, Instructor of the Year Named

Like thousands of other Columbus area residents, the 2010 Student of the Year/GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) winner for Columbus Technical College moved to Columbus because of the military. Today, Jamie Bartlett is well on her way to earning a degree in Surgical Technology from … [read more..]

CTC Beats All-Time Enrollment Record!

December 16, 2009: Columbus Technical College has surpassed its all time enrollment record! The new record of 4,171 students became official late Monday with the addition of a series of training classes through the college's Economic Development division. The previous record of 4,151 … [read more..]


Skanska, CTC Host Topping Out Ceremony

October 19, 2009: The construction company for Columbus Technical College's future health sciences building partnered with the school, it's Foundation and Local Board for a traditional topping out ceremony on Friday. About 150 people attended the barbecue lunch on the ground floor of … [read more..]