The 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be available beginning October 1, 2016. Spring semester registration begin Nov. 1. Schedule an appointment with your advisor prior to registering. New student registration begins November 14. Meet with an advisor before registering. Strategic Industries Workforce Development Grant (SIWDG). The Strategic Industries Workforce Development Grant (SIWDG) is a state-funded award for students enrolled in an approved diploma or certificate program of study.Click here to view a list of eligible SWIDG program areas The Central Georgia Technical College Foundation will hold it's Casino Night fundraiser on Friday, January 20, 2017 from 7-11 pm. Tickets are $50 each or $85 per couple. The Community for Accredited Online Schools Ranked CGTC 10th Nationwide in its 2016 Best Vocational and Trade Schools list. Through articulation (transfer) agreements with four-year colleges and universities in the state of Georgia, we've made it easier for CGTC graduates to transfer credits from one institution to another.
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    Hours: 9:00am - 3:00pm, Monday - Friday, by appointment only.
    To schedule a mock interview, call (478) 757-3131 for Macon, or (478) 218-3764 for Warner Robins.

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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 Academic Year Diploma Programs Placement and Graduation data.

Needs Assessment Survey

If you received a letter in the mail to take a Needs Assessment Survey, use this survey link to respond.

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