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About

Founded in 1958, ϲʹ Technical College is part of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) and has four campuses located in Walton, Elbert, and Greene Counties, with the main campus in ϲʹ.

The college offers over 190 different credentials, giving students numerous options to succeed in their desired career field. Our staff are constantly innovating and aiming for a higher quality of education for all students. We offer classes in a variety of formats, making it easier for you to finish your career at a faster pace.

Overview

Mission

ϲʹ Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, provides educational programs and services through traditional and distance education methods to foster lifelong learning, facilitate workplace success, and promote economic development.

Vision

As the college for the community, we provide transformational experiences that enable our students to advance educationally and to remain competitive in an ever-changing world.

Accreditation

ϲʹ Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate degrees. Degree-granting institutions also may offer credentials such as certificates and diplomas at approved degree levels. Questions about the accreditation of ϲʹ Technical College may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, by calling (404) 679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC’s website ().

Core Values

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Student Centered

We pledge to place students at the center of all we do, and we commit to helping them attain their goals.

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Trust

As a matter of integrity, we create a safe, reliable place for students to learn.

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Communication

We pledge to be open, transparent, and responsive to our community’s needs and concerns.

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Respect

We deem all the members of our ϲʹ Tech community to be worthy of respect for our unique contributions.

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Teamwork

We will continually strive together toward the achievement of the common goals of the ϲʹ Tech community.

President Andrea Daniel

Dr. Andrea Daniel

President

President’s Welcome

On behalf of the faculty and staff, let me welcome you to ϲʹ Technical College and congratulate you on your decision to further your education. Learning is a life-long process and we are excited to partner with you on your journey.

Our college is a growing, vibrant institution dedicated to providing high quality educational programs and the support services students need to achieve their educational and career goals. Our overall enrollment exceeds 5,500 students annually with students hailing from over 90 counties in Georgia, more than a dozen states throughout the United States, and over 10 different countries. Students can choose from more than 130 associate degree, diploma, and technical certificate programs offered.

As a result of our efforts to meet the needs of the community and business, the college has experienced a remarkable 133% growth in enrollment over the past 12 years. Every person at the college is committed to helping students achieve their educational and career goals.

Our faculty use a variety of instructional delivery models such as traditional classroom/lab, on-line, live on-line and hybrid formats. Instructors are not only equipped with excellent educational credentials, but they have years of real-world experience in their given fields and stay attuned to local industry needs.

Workforce development is an integral part of our state and our business climate. Nearly six in 10 jobs in today’s labor market are held by workers with at least some postsecondary education or training. And 60% of projected job openings by 2025 will require at least some college education. Americans turn to community colleges – institutions that currently enroll close to half of all undergraduates in the United States – to address major shifts in America’s needs by providing the education that leads to greater economic opportunity and improved quality of life.

As you contemplate your future, I encourage you to visit our college in order to explore the many opportunities available to you here at ϲʹ Technical College. We want your educational experiences to be positive and rewarding. I wish you every success as you begin one of the most important journeys of your life.

Respectfully,
Dr. Andrea Daniel, President ϲʹ Technical College

The History of ϲʹ Technical College

  • 1943

    The State Board of Education approved a master plan for a system of area trade and vocational schools, the forerunners of today’s technical colleges.

  • 1944

    The first of these institutions is opened in Clarkesville, GA.

  • 1958

    After extensive deliberation, the board adopted a new set of policies to open additional institutions throughout the state.

     

    The Clarke County School District opened one of these institutions and named it ϲʹ Area Vocational-Technical School, a name that would remain in place for the next 29 years.

  • 1966

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    Approval of a school bond referendum by the citizens of Clarke County in the mid-1960s allowed Robert G. Shelnutt, the first director of the institution, to consolidate the Pope Street and Winterville operations at a permanent campus. At the time, ϲʹ Area Vocational-Technical School offered only 13 programs of study.

  • 1970-1971

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    A construction project funded by Clarke County, the State of Georgia, and the Economic Development Administration doubled the size of the campus facilities, which in turn provided space to introduce 10 additional programs.

  • 1980

    Another construction project expanded campus facilities to more than 155,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories, shops, and administrative offices.

Leadership at ϲʹ Tech

President Andrea Daniel

Dr. Andrea Daniel

President
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Dr. Kristen Douglas

Vice President of Academic Affairs and Institutional Effectiveness
Lenzy Reid

Lenzy Reid

Vice President for Student Affairs
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Kathryn Thomas

Vice President for Finance and Administration
AlMcCall

Al McCall

Vice President for Economic Development and Elbert County Campus
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Fabersha Flynt

Executive Director for Adult Education and Walton County Campus
Josh Paine

Josh Paine

Executive Director for Public Relations and Institutional Advancement

Our Board of Directors

The following individuals are all Certified Board Members.

Fred Perriman

Fred Perriman – Chair

Mayor

Madison, GA

Phil Bettendorf

Philip Bettendorf, Jr

Synovus Bank

ϲʹ, GA

Reg Woods

Dr. Reginald “Reg” Woods – Vice Chair

University of Georgia – Retired

Watkinsville, GA

Ruth Tellano Daniel

Ruth Tellano-Daniel

Nurse Practitioner

Lavonia, GA

Kyle Brown

Douglas Kyle Brown

Owner, Broad Farms

Tignall, GA

Mike Sale

Michael Sale

The Commercial Bank

Crawford, GA

Tom Denny

Thomas S. Denny

FAA District Manager – Retired

Elberton, GA

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Tony Ferguson

Georgia Power

ϲʹ, GA

Judge Cheveda McCamy

Judge Cheveda McCamy

Superior Court Judge

Alcovy Circuit, Covington, GA

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