NEW Student Registration opens Monday, April 6! Apply now! Before you make the transition to college this fall, get the introductory courses you need at CGTC in only seven weeks. Call Shannon Durham at (478) 218-3228. Property Management and Logistics courses can be used as a specialization in the Business Management program. Contact: Dr. Michelle Drew, (478) 757-2558 or mdrew@centralgatech.edu. Radiology Technology Program Orientations: Information sessions for current and future Radiologic Technology students. Tuesday, April 7 at 3 p.m.; Friday, April 10 at 11 a.m. Building B, Room 222, Warner Robins Campus. Get your career off the ground with Aircraft Structural Technology. Georgia aerospace companies prefer CGTC graduates. Call 478-218-3265. Biotechnology at CGTC involves biofuels, genetically modified plants and animals, DNA fingerprinting and more. Call Dr. Eric Wessinger at (478) 757-2521.
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  • Spring Break: There will be no classes March 30 – April 4, 2015.

  • Radiologic Technology Program Orientation:  Information sessions for current and future Radiologic Technology students at Warner Robins Campus, Building B, Room 222, Tuesday, April 7, 3:00 pm  and  Friday, April 10, 11:00 am.

  • Summer 2015 Mini-Mester:  Begins June 1, 2015!  Before you make the transition to college this fall, get the introductory courses you need in only seven weeks at CGTC!

        

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Commitment to Completion

Central Georgia Technical College is committed to increasing the number of college graduates within its seven county service delivery area. The College is involved in two national efforts to improve retention and graduation rates, Achieving the Dream (ATD) and Complete College Georgia (CCG).

Adult Education Program

Central Georgia Technical College's Adult Education Program (AEP) helps each student acquire the basic skills - writing, computation, speaking, and listening - necessary to compete successfully in today's workplace, to strengthen individual character and family foundations, and to exercise full citizenship.

English Literacy (ESL)

The English Literacy/Civics Program is designed for adults with limited or non-English speaking skills. These classes provide English instruction and additional skills necessary for students to live and work in Georgia. The Adult Education program at Central Georgia Technical College offers various levels of instruction from basic literacy to advanced levels. Help is also offered in obtaining U.S. citizenship.

Program Placement Percentages

Central Georgia Technical College's 2009 – 2010 Academic Year Diploma Programs Placement and Graduation data for student information.

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