CGTC Online Learning



We're moving from ANGEL to Blackboard Learn starting Spring Semester 201614 (January 2016)! 

Steps to prepare for and access an Online Blackboard Class*

Steps to prepare for and access an Online MATH Class 

Blackboard Learn Getting Started Guide for Students*

Online Student Help - FAQs

*Please note, students will NOT be able to login to Blackboard until AFTER December 29th.

Additional Information for Blackboard Learn is COMING SOON!   




Central Georgia Technical College offers a wide range of online courses. These courses use the Internet to deliver online learning that is independent of time and location.

Steps to Become an Online Student

An overview of the complete admissions and registration process is available.

What Web site(s) will I use to take an online class?

The following Web sites should be bookmarked or added to your "favorites" in your web browser:

Student Email Account ALL STUDENTS will be provided MyMail Email and network logins.

Beginning Spring Semester 201614 (January 2016), most online courses will use the Blackboard Learn course management system. The link to go directly to Blackboard Learn is

Through Summer 201614 (July 2016), Math courses will use the MyMathLab instead of  Blackboard Learn.

Students will receive an email from their course instructor the first day of class with directions for accessing MyMathLab courses. Please check your MyMail account for your instructor's email.

Some online courses may use other online instructional content for classes to supplement instruction. Contact your instructor for details.


Online Orientation is available the first week of the semester. Topics include logging into Blackboard, locating class assignments, submitting assignments, taking an exam, using Student Resources and more. Orientation attendance is optional. 

Georgia Virtual Technical Connection (GVTC)

CGTC is a member of the Georgia Virtual Technical Connection (GVTC). The mission of the Georgia Virtual Technical Connection is to provide support, guidance, and assistance to the state’s Technical Colleges in the design, development, and delivery of distance education and technology based learning initiatives, manage the state level online student application portal, and serve as a conduit for distance and technology enhanced education.

Technical Difficulties

Online students that experience technical problems should first contact their course instructor for assistance. Students may contact the Online Learning Coordinator through the Online Course Problem Reporter.

Interested in taking online classes?

New students should contact Admissions or call 478-988-6800.

Current/returning students should contact their advisor or call 478-988-6800.

Distance Education Staff

Jody Dixon
Distance Education Coordinator
ANGEL/Blackboard Administrator
(478) 757-2507

Carrie Miller
Instructional Design Specialist
(478) 218-3254

Cynthia Rumney
Dean, Distance Education
(478) 476-5158


Blackboard Learn