News and Press Releases

Firefighter wearing protective gear

Albany, GeorgiaAlbany Technical College, Fire Science Technology Program, will host a uniqueprogram showcase on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, 10 a.m., Charles B. Gillespie, M.D. Center for Emergency Responders (EMR), Room EMR-112. On hand for the event will be current and former students, faculty, staff, and area employers. An introduction of the new Fire and Emergency Services Occupation Associate of Applied Science Degree will be discussed. This is the first degree of this kind in the state of Georgia. Starting in the fall, students will have an opportunity to sign up to be dual certified. It gives a student both components Fire and EMS. Plus, it also is a degree designed for promotional purposes at the occupational level.

ATC logo and SkillsUSA Logo

Albany, GeorgiaKhalif Collier Sr. won the Silver medal in Masonry and Sarah Braziel won the Bronze medal in Dental Assisting at the SkillsUSA national competition this past week in Louisville, Kentucky. This convention, the 55th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference, is the world’s largest showcase of skilled trades.  More than 6,500 outstanding career and technical education students competed hands-on in 103 different trade, technical and leadership fields. This is a significant accomplishment seeing as all of the students must compete and win local and state levels before entering the national competition.

E-Commerce graphic

ALBANY, GA – E-commerce shapes how people shop for products or services online, becoming an essential tool for small and large businesses worldwide.  The E-Commerce degree program developed at Albany Technical College is designed for students who are interested in entry-level employment in the Internet field. Albany Tech will feature the new degree as part of a Marketing Management Refresh on Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 10 a.m., Freedom Hall, Room 101.

Stacked books.

Albany, Georgia- Albany Technical College announces a tuition increase for the fall of 2019. This adjustment is part of an overall increase statewide with all of the Technical College System of Georgia colleges. For five years, the tuition rate at TCSG colleges has remained at $89 per credit hour. The last time TCSG had a tuition increase was in 2014—$4 per credit hour. After careful consideration, TCSG will increase its tuition to $100 per credit hour. 

Memorandum of Understanding Albany Technical and the City & County Governments of Albany, Dougherty County.

A Memorandum of Understanding to be signed Tuesday between Albany Technical and the City & County Governments of Albany, Dougherty County

Albany, Georgia- Albany Technical College has been selected as the fiscal agent of a Defense Grant, offered by the Technical College System of Georgia Office of Workforce Development. 

This Defense Community Economic Development Fund will directly impact the lives of military veterans and their spouses in the local community. Albany Technical College will enter into a one-year agreement with City and County Governments of Albany, Dougherty County. A Memorandum of Understanding will be signed Tuesday morning, June 11, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. in Albany Technical College’s Logistics Education Center, Executive Board Room (second floor).