News and Press Releases

ATC Coronavirus Update - Steps Taken to Support Our Community

Albany, Georgia – Albany Technical College (ATC) is continuing to work with community and state leaders to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 for our students, faculty, staff, and the entire community. Since the onset of the coronavirus crisis, Albany Tech faculty and staff have prepared and implemented plans to keep our campuses safe, while also minimizing the effects on academic operations.

Albany Technical College Coronavirus Operational Plan

Albany, Georgia - In light of the current health issues and concerns resulting from the coronavirus (COVID-19), Albany Technical College (ATC) has made the decision to move certain classes online.  While a variety of factors influenced this decision, be assured that the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is always our primary concern. 

master Lecture Series - Dr. John Culbreath

Albany, Georgia – The Center for Business Solutions at Albany Technical College and the Albany Tech Foundation is hosting the 2020 Master Lecture Series with special guest speaker Dr. John Culbreath, Wednesday, March 11, beginning at 12:00 p.m. in the Kirkland Conference Center on the Albany Tech campus. Community guests, students, and faculty will be able to enjoy lunch and listen to Dr. Culbreath speak on “Leadership in Defining Moments.”

Smart factory using trending automation robotic arms with part on conveyor belt in operation line.

Albany, Georgia - The need for qualified industrial machinery mechanics and maintenance technicians is on the rise in the country and right here in Southwest Georgia. Starting in the summer at Albany Technical College, opportunities will open up to get started on a new career for many adults in the community.  In as little as one to two years, a diploma or degree in Precision Manufacturing and Maintenance can be obtained with decent salaries being reported in the related industry.  

ATC Titans Bus

Albany, Georgia – The latest addition to the Albany Technical College fleet is a 41.5-foot Blue Bird Vision 44 bus, which seats 44 people. The custom-ordered bus arrived Friday on campus and will be used primarily for transportation for the Titans and Lady Titans basketball teams.  And best of all its made in Georgia by Yancey Bus out of Fort Valley, Georgia. Fort Valley, GA, is the original location of Blue Bird since its founding in 1927.