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News and Press Releases

Lt. Governor Cagle Hosts Check Presentation in Albany to Support College and Career Academy

September 3, 2015 - Albany, GA - Lt. Governor Casey Cagle today hosted a $10,000 check presentation with AT&T Georgia President Beth Shiroishi and the Dougherty County/Albany Tech Community to support efforts to develop a College and Career Academy. The event held at the Kirkland Center at Albany Technical College included State Senator Freddie Powell Sims and multiple community leaders and businesses.

ATC Associate of Science in Nursing Program Ranks 52 in Nurse Journal’s Best Nursing Schools

August 26, 2015- Albany, GA- The Albany Technical College Associate of Science (ASN) program was ranked #52 in the Nurse Journal's Top 100 Best Nursing Schools listing for 2015 for the Eastern Region of the U.S. The ASN program was started at Albany Tech in 2013 with the first class graduating in April of 2015... WALB

ATC and Savannah State University Sign Articulation Agreement in Electronics Engineering Technology

August 20, 2015- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College and Savannah State University will hold an articulation agreement signing ceremony on Friday, August 21, 2015, beginning at 2:30pm... PHOTOS | VIDEO | ALBANY HERALD | WALB | WFXL

ATC and Turner Job Corps Sign Prior Learning Articulation Agreement

August 10, 2015- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College and Turner Job Corps will hold a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) articulation agreement signing ceremony on Tuesday, August 11, 2015, beginning at 10am. ALBANY HERALD | WALB | WFXL | PHOTOS

Marine officials tour Albany Tech

August 5, 2015- Albany, GA from WALB- Albany Technical College is reaching out to local military families. WALB

Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw visits Albany Technical College

August 4, 2015- Albany, GA from The Albany Herald- Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command (LOGCOM), was given a personal tour of Albany Technical College's campus by President Anthony Parker on Tuesday, as Crenshaw continued a review of Albany's post-secondary educational institutions. ALBANY HERALD




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