Coronavirus

Purpose of this blog page

Albany Technical College has started this page to keep everyone informed including faculty, staff, students and the general public. It is important to maintain awareness of what we are doing as a college and to facilitate a centralized place for factual information and communication.


 

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Dr. Anthony Parker's letter to all Albany Technical College Students.

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. 

Beginning March 16 through March 20, 2020, the college will transition instructional delivery to an online format with the exception of the Commercial Truck Driving program. Students attending face-to-face classes on the main campus and off-site locations (i.e., high schools) will not report to campus during this time.  However, students will complete weekly coursework in the Blackboard platform.

Drawing of virus cell.

Dr. Anthony Parker letter to students, faculty and staff about health and safety.

Drawing of virus cell.

Albany Technical College Message from Ken Singleton, Emergency Operations Coordinator. COVID-19 -Measures urged to prevent the spreading of this virus.

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Lisa Stephens, Dean of Business/Healthcare Technology notified all ATC healthcare staff that Effective immediately, we will reschedule clinical rotations for our healthcare students rotating through Phoebe Putney Health Systems until further notice.