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1 Fast Facts and 2015 College Directory

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3 A TCSG Education is for Everyone The 23 colleges of the nical College System of Georgia (TCSG) are Georgia s top resource for skilled workers. TCSG offers world-class training in 600 associate degree, diploma and certificate programs to students trained on state-of-the-art equipment by instructors who are experts in their fields. TCSG partners with companies through Quick Start, the nation s top customized workforce training program, and through its individual colleges, who work with local industry to provide workforce and training solutions. No one is ever too young or too old to attend a TCSG college: 30% of TCSG students are considered traditional college students who are 21 years of age or younger; 38% are between 21 and 30 years old; 17% are 31 to 40; and 15% are 41 or older. The range of ages reflects the diversity of the student population at the TCSG colleges and the fact that no one should let age stand in the way of learning new skills and discovering new careers. Fast Facts Full-time or part-time? No problem: the TCSG colleges offer class schedules that are adaptable to students needs. About one-third of TCSG students are enrolled full-time; two-thirds are part-time students who are taking advantage of convenient class times to balance class schedules with their job hours and personal responsibilities. There s online learning, too: 67,511 students enrolled in courses through the TCSG s Georgia Virtual nical Connection in They received more than a half million credit hours of online instruction in a wide variety of programs. Education so Good, it s Guaranteed A TCSG education means small classes, hands-on experience and more instructor attention: TCSG colleges offer more than 600 programs and most feature low student-to-teacher ratios and hands-on learning using state-of-the-art equipment in real-world settings. TCSG programs supply the workforce for Georgia s strategic industries: TCSG colleges offer free tuition for world-class programs related to industries that have been identified as essential to keeping Georgia competitive in the global economy: aerospace, healthcare, life sciences including biotechnology, agribusiness, energy and the environment, and logistics and transportation. One in five TCSG students enrolled in strategic industry programs in 2014: almost 30% of all TCSG students are in programs related to careers in Georgia s strategic industries, including healthcare technologies, which is the number one field of study for TCSG students. TCSG graduates are headed directly into the workforce: TCSG graduates are bridging the national skills gap by answering employers needs for talented professionals who can understand and master the latest technologies. 29,838 TCSG students graduated with either a technical certificate of credit, diploma or associate degree in It s guaranteed education: if an employer finds a graduate to be deficient in a TCSG-taught competency within two years of graduation, then the TCSG will fulfill its guarantee to the employer and student to retrain him or her at no cost. Of the 29,838 students who graduated from a TCSG college in 2014, only 8 required retraining under the two-year guarantee. 3

4 HOPE and Pell Launch Careers Fast Facts The cost to attend a TCSG college is among the lowest in the state: in 2014, the cost for a standard credit hour of instruction at the 23 TCSG colleges was $89; the average tuition (excluding books and fees) for a full, 15-hour semester course load at a TCSG college was $1,335. HOPE, Pell Grants can make a TCSG education even more affordable: 79,966 TCSG students used Georgia s HOPE tuition assistance (HOPE Grant, HOPE Scholarship, and Strategic Industries Workforce Development Grant) to attend a TCSG college in In addition, almost 85,000 TCSG students used the federal Pell Grant for their education % change Pell recipients* 89,445 84,584-5% HOPE recipients* 147,267 79,966-45% *numbers may be duplicated by students who receive both HOPE and Pell The HOPE Grant is for certificate and diploma programs: almost 96% of TCSG students who qualified for HOPE tuition assistance in 2014 used the HOPE Grant to help pay for their tuition in certificate or diploma programs; the remaining 4% of HOPE-eligible students used the HOPE Scholarship to help pay the tuition for their associate degree programs at TCSG colleges in TCSG students used $75.6 million in HOPE funding in 2014: TCSG students represented 44% of all of the HOPE recipients (TCSG colleges and University System of Georgia as well as in-state private colleges and universities) in Georgia in TCSG students accounted for 14% of the HOPE dollars spent in Georgia during the year HOPE Students 2014 HOPE Dollars 7% Private 14% TCSG 8% Private 44% TCSG 49% USG Total GA students receiving HOPE: 190,854 Source: Georgia Student Finance Commission 78% USG Total HOPE funds awarded: $529,725,817 4

5 TCSG Graduates Years 2011 and prior are on the quarter system; years 2012 and after are on the semester system. Academic Year 2012 does not include the summer 2011 transition quarter. Fast Facts The TCSG is dedicated to being part of a more seamless system of higher education in Georgia: working closely with the University System of Georgia and the state s private colleges and universities, the TCSG is opening better pathways for student success by expanding new articulation agreements that allow for the easier transfer of college credits. TCSG Awards Conferred by Level Years 2011 and prior are on the quarter system; years 2012 and later are on the semester system includes data from the summer 2011 transition quarter. (Note: some students receive more than one award during the year, so the total awards conferred may sum to more than the unduplicated graduates). 5

6 Fast Facts Credit Hours Taught at TCSG Colleges Years 2011 and prior are quarter credit hours; years 2012 and after are semester credit hours Academic Year 2012 does not include the summer 2011 transition quarter. (1 semester credit hour = 1 quarter credit hour x.6667) TCSG High School Enrollment (Includes Dual and Joint) Years 2011 and prior are on the quarter system; years 2012 and after are on the semester system. Academic Year 2012 does not include the summer 2011 transition quarter. 6

7 Enrollment Offers Opportunities Georgians looked to the TCSG colleges for training in state-of-the-art skills and new careers after their jobs were impacted by the Great Recession: which was a major factor that led to a 30% surge in TCSG enrollment between 2008 and the all-time record of 197,059 students in Enrollment in 2014 has returned to pre-recession levels. TCSG Credit Enrollment and FTE (Full Time Equivalent) Years 2011 and prior are on the quarter system; years 2012 and after are on the semester system. Academic Year 2012 does not include the summer 2011 transition quarter. Fast Facts Georgia s high school students are jump-starting their college education (and saving on college tuition at the same time): in 2014, more than 8,800 Georgia high school students took classes through the TCSG colleges dual and joint enrollment programs, earning both high school and technical college credits. The programs are mostly state-funded, so gaining college credits before completing high school means ambitious students can graduate from college sooner and spend less on college tuition. Complete College Georgia Changes Lives The nical College System continues to proactively meet the challenges of the future. By 2020, more than 60% of jobs in Georgia are projected to require a college certificate or degree. Presently, however, only 42% of the state s young adults have earned a college credential, creating a need for an additional 250,000 graduates. Governor Deal and higher education administrators recognize that the state must do more to make it easier for Georgia adults to return to school and complete their degrees, and have charged TCSG along with the University System to meet the goal of graduating an additional 250,000 students by To accomplish this objective, the Governor launched the Complete College Georgia initiative in TCSG is meeting its benchmarks through enhanced articulation and transfer agreements, workforce development grants for certain strategic industries, the establishment of student navigators, expansion of its outreach to the military, and through Go Back. Move Ahead, a campaign to encourage Georgians who have completed some college to return and finish their degree or certificate. 7

8 Largest Colleges: 2014 Credit Enrollment Fast Facts Chattahoochee nical College 15,755 Central Georgia nical College 12,165 Gwinnett nical College 10,088 West Georgia nical College 9,844 Georgia Northwestern nical College 8,249 Southern Crescent nical College 7,198 Atlanta nical College 7,135 Savannah nical College 7,097 Athens nical College 6,349 Georgia Piedmont nical College 6,241 TCSG Graduates are In-demand TCSG students enjoy high job placement rates: U.S. Department of Labor data confirms the job placement rate for TCSG graduates is consistently at or above 84%; additional college data indicates that the placement rate is above 98% when self-employed entrepreneurs and students who continue their college education at a two-year or four-year college are included. TCSG: Driving Jobs and Economic Impact Communities throughout the state benefit economically from $1.2 billion in spending either directly or indirectly related to TCSG s colleges. A Selig Center study of economic data for 24 colleges in the 2012 fiscal year also found that the technical colleges spending results in close to 15,000 public and private sector jobs. For each job created on a TCSG college campus, one off-campus job exists because of college-related expenditures. One in every 264 non-farm jobs in Georgia occurs because of spending associated with a TCSG college. While the study did not take into account the value of increased earnings of TCSG graduates, the colleges role in helping the state to attract and retain companies with high-skill, goodpaying jobs, or the impact of Quick Start, these factors also represent TCSG s contributions to a thriving economy in Georgia. 8

9 The Nation s Best Workforce Training TCSG is dedicated to providing the customized workforce training needed by Georgia s businesses to stay competitive in today s global economy. Quick Start, an arm of TCSG and Georgia s internationally acclaimed workforce training program, provides customized training free-of-charge to qualified new, expanding or existing businesses. In addition, the economic development offices at each technical college work every day to make sure their local companies have the customized, contract training they need to keep their workforces skills up-to-date and cutting edge. Fast Facts For more than 40 years, Quick Start has been helping Georgia win new companies and support existing industry with its customized workforce training provided free of charge to qualified companies. Quick Start has been named No. 1 for five years straight by site location consultants surveyed by Area Development magazine. Before that, other publications ranked Quick Start at the top, making it No. 1 overall for the past 15 years. Since its inception in 1967 through FY14, Quick Start has trained 1,132,720 Georgians through 6,650 projects. In Fiscal Year 2014, Quick Start delivered 123 customized workforce training projects, helping create or retain 10,024 jobs. Companies from 18 countries represented 35% of Quick Start s projects. Of these projects, 53% involved new locations and 47% were for existing Georgia companies. Overall, 70% of Quick Start s FY14 projects, representing 89% of its trainees, were located outside metro Atlanta. While Quick Start has extensive experience delivering workforce training in a broad range of industry sectors, including biotechnology & healthcare, warehousing & distribution, and agribusiness, 88% of its FY14 projects supported Georgia s advanced manufacturing operations, the foundation of the state s economy. 6,928 Created 3,096 Saved 10,024 jobs were created or saved with Quick Start s help in FY

10 Fast Facts A Vision for a Fully Literate Georgia Adult Education The TCSG Office of Adult Education provides adult education programs that enable adult learners to study for and earn a GED diploma. GED graduates are encouraged to transition to college and improve their lives by being productive members of Georgia s workforce and their local community. TCSG Adult Education is serving tens of thousands of Georgians: in 2014, almost 70,000 Georgia adult learners took part in Adult Basic and Secondary Education, GED instruction and testing, and English as a Second Language programs. GED diplomas awarded: 15,039 adults earned their GED diplomas in According to the U.S. Census Bureau, a person with a high school or GED diploma earns approximately $10,000 more annually than a non-high school graduate; that translates to Georgia s 2011 class of GED graduates seeing their combined earnings potential increase by almost $170 million. The goal is for a fully literate Georgia, but there is more work to be done: it s estimated that 1.2 million adults over the age of 18 in Georgia have less than a high school education. There are 36 Georgia counties where 30% or more of adults do not have a high school or GED diploma. Adults Without a High School Diploma or GED 30% and Above 126, % 671,427 Less than 15% 435,027 Total: 1,233, American Community Survey (Educational Attainment 18 and Over) 10

11 Enrollment in TCSG Adult Education Programs All ABE, ASE, and ESL students with an assessment, regardless of the number of hours attended; and all work-based project learners with attendance. Fast Facts Georgia launched the new GED program in January 2014: developed by the national GED Testing Service in Washington, D.C., it aligns the GED program with college and career readiness standards and provides the academic rigor necessary for the increased demands of the job market. The GED test is now computer-based and can be taken at any one of the 57 stateapproved GED testing centers. The test has four content areas: Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies. Number of GED Graduates This data includes all GEDs awarded in Georgia; it is not limited to only students enrolled in an Adult Education program. 11

12 Fast Facts TCSG Revenue Sources Have Shifted System Budget The Great Recession forced austerity moves in all of state government: like all other state agencies, the TCSG received its share of austerity cuts during the Great Recession and its aftermath. State funds are no longer the largest part of the TCSG budget. The system is relying more on other funding sources, primarily tuition and fees: as a result, the tuition for a credit hour of instruction at a TCSG college, which was $54 in 2008, has risen to $89 in FY04 TCSG Revenue FY14 TCSG Revenue Other 26% Federal 13% State 62% Other 49% Federal 9% State 43% Mergers: Efficiencies Made, Millions Saved Eight TCSG college mergers between 2009 and 2014 have created larger, more efficient colleges: the mergers save $8.5 million annually in administrative costs while increasing student access to a wider range of learning opportunities. No colleges were closed and all of the pre-merger campuses remain open and vitally important to the students, businesses and communities that they serve (merged colleges in parentheses): Chattahoochee nical College (Chattahoochee, N. Metro, Appalachian ) 2009 Georgia Northwestern nical College (Coosa Valley, Northwestern ) 2009 Southeastern nical College (Southeastern, Swainsboro ) 2009 West Georgia nical College (West Georgia, West Central ) 2009 Southern Crescent nical College (Griffin, Flint River ) 2010 Wiregrass Georgia nical College (Valdosta, East Central ) 2010 Oconee Fall Line nical College (Sandersville, Heart of Georgia ) 2011 Central Georgia nical College (Central Georgia, Middle Georgia ) 2013 Coastal Pines nical College (Altamaha, Okefenokee ) 2014 Southern Regional nical College (Moultrie, Southwest Georgia )

13 Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Fund Source FY 2013 FY 2014 State funds 317,616, ,866,703 Federal funds 77,458,627 62,542,010 Other funds 335,191, ,074,768 Total dollars $730,266,708 $731,483,481 Fast Facts Capital Outlay Budget FY 2013 FY 2014 Construction projects 56,400,000 57,830,000 Equipment for new facilities 2,260,000 2,500,000 Major repairs and renovations 34,290,000 15,735,000 Replacement of obsolete equipment 5,000,000 7,000,000 Career academies 10,000,000 10,000,000 Total capital outlay dollars $107,950,000 $92,065,000 Expenditure by Program FY 2013 FY 2014 Adult Education 37,652,609 36,151,270 Departmental Administration 8,539,632 8,862,212 Economic Development 19,250,830 20,108,350 nical Education 596,181, ,200,977 Total expenditure dollars $661,624,493 $671,322,809 13

14 Administration State Board Mary P. Flanders 1st Congressional District Richard Porter 2nd Congressional District Frank S. Chunk Newman 3rd Congressional District Baoky Vu 4th Congressional District Joe W. Yarbrough Chair, 14th Congressional District James F. Gingrey 5th Congressional District Carl E. Swearingen 6th Congressional District Michael L. Sullivan 7th Congressional District Ben I. Copeland, Sr. 8th Congressional District Dinah C. Wayne 9th Congressional District Trey Sheppard 10th Congressional District Jay Cunningham 11th Congressional District Tommy David 12th Congressional District Tim Williams 13th Congressional District Z. Shaw Blackmon, III Vice Chair, Member at Large Ben Bryant Member at Large Doug Carter Member at Large J.C. Chris Clark, Jr. Member at Large Lynn M. Cornett Member at Large Robert Buzz Law Member at Large Sylvia E. Russell Member at Large Shirley A. Smith Member at Large W. Jackson Winter, Jr. Member at Large Board memberships are as of

15 Administration Matt Arthur Deputy Commissioner Gretchen K. Corbin Commissioner Phil Smith Chief Operating Officer Administration Dr. Josephine Reed-Taylor Chief Academic Officer Lisa Eason Assistant Commissioner Administration Beverly Smith Assistant Commissioner Adult Education Andy Parsons Assistant Commissioner Data, Planning & Research Jackie Rohosky Assistant Commissioner Economic Development Julia Taff Ayers Assistant Commissioner External Affairs/Facilities Dr. Kathryn Hornsby Assistant Commissioner nical Education 1800 Century Place N.E. Atlanta, GA (404) tcsg.edu 15

16 College SDA College Service Delivery Area Map Georgia Northwestern Chattahoochee West Georgia Atlanta Gwinnett Lanier Georgia Piedmont North Georgia Athens Augusta nical College Main Campus University System College with nical Division nical College Service Delivery Area Southern Crescent Oconee Fall Line Columbus South Georgia Central Georgia Southeastern Ogeechee Savannah Albany Bainbridge State College Southwest Georgia Moultrie Wiregrass Georgia Coastal Pines January

17 2015 nical College Directory Directory Albany TC...18 Athens TC...18 Atlanta TC...19 Augusta TC...19 Central Georgia TC...20 Chattahoochee TC...20 Coastal Pines TC...21 Columbus TC...21 Georgia Northwestern TC...22 Georgia Piedmont TC...22 Gwinnett TC...23 Lanier TC...23 North Georgia TC...24 Oconee Fall Line TC...25 Ogeechee TC...25 Savannah TC...26 South Georgia TC...26 Southeastern TC...27 Southern Crescent TC...27 Southwest Georgia TC...28 West Georgia TC...28 Wiregrass Georgia TC...29 Bainbridge State College (technical division)...29 Moultrie TC...24 Enrollment is the unduplicated count of students enrolled in credit courses during the academic year. Graduates are the unduplicated count of graduates who received a certificate, diploma or degree during the academic year. Students receiving aid is the unduplicated count of students enrolled in credit courses that received at least one of the following types of financial aid: Pell, Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Veteran s Administration, Vocational Rehabilitation, HOPE, Local Scholarship, and Dislocated Worker aid. 17

18 Directory Albany nical College 1704 South Slappey Boulevard Albany, Georgia Phone (229) Fax (229) AY 2014 Enrollment 5,614 AY 2014 Graduates 1,842 Students Receiving Aid 5,053 Dr. Anthony O. Parker (229) Serving Baker, Calhoun, Clay, Dougherty, Lee, Randolph and Terrell counties 1958 Athens nical College 800 U.S. Highway 29 North Athens, Georgia Phone (706) Fax (706) AY 2014 Enrollment 6,349 AY 2014 Graduates 1,329 Students Receiving Aid 4,854 Dr. Flora W. Tydings (706) Serving Clarke, Elbert, Greene, Hart, Madison, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Taliaferro, Walton and Wilkes counties 18

19 Atlanta nical College 1560 Metropolitan Parkway SW Atlanta, Georgia Phone (404) Fax (404) AY 2014 Enrollment 7,135 AY 2014 Graduates 1,557 Students Receiving Aid 6,203 Directory Dr. Alvetta Thomas (404) Serving Fulton and Clayton counties Augusta nical College 3200 Augusta Drive Augusta, Georgia Phone (706) Fax (706) AY 2014 Enrollment 6,189 AY 2014 Graduates 1,333 Students Receiving Aid 5,096 Terry D. Elam (706) Serving Burke, Columbia, Lincoln, McDuffie and Richmond counties 19

20 Directory Central Georgia nical College 80 Cohen Walker Drive Warner Robins, Georgia Phone (478) Fax (478) AY 2014 Enrollment 12,165 AY 2014 Graduates 3,346 Students Receiving Aid 9,328 Dr. Ivan H. Allen (478) Serving Baldwin, Bibb, Crawford, Dooly, Houston, Jones, Monroe, Peach, Pulaski, Putnam and Twiggs counties Chattahoochee nical College 980 South Cobb Drive Marietta, Georgia Phone (770) Fax (770) AY 2014 Enrollment 15,755 AY 2014 Graduates 1,340 Students Receiving Aid 11,092 Dr. Ronald C. Newcomb (770) chattahoocheetech.edu Serving Bartow, Cherokee, Cobb, Gilmer, Paulding and Pickens counties 20

21 Coastal Pines nical College 1701 Carswell Avenue Waycross, Georgia Phone (912) Fax (912) Altamaha AY 2014 Enrollment 1,885 AY 2014 Graduates 519 Students Receiving Aid 1,582 Okefenokee AY 2014 Enrollment 1,781 AY 2014 Graduates 516 Students Receiving Aid 1,638 Directory Glenn Deibert (912) Serving Appling, Bacon, Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Clinch, Glynn, Jeff Davis, Long, McIntosh, Pierce, Ware and Wayne counties Okefenokee merged with Altamaha and the combined colleges became Coastal Pines nical College in July Columbus nical College 928 Manchester Expressway Columbus, Georgia Phone (706) Fax (706) AY 2014 Enrollment 5,438 AY 2014 Graduates 923 Students Receiving Aid 4,757 Lorette M. Hoover (706) Serving Chattahoochee, Harris, Muscogee, Quitman, Stewart, and Talbot counties 21

22 Directory Georgia Northwestern nical College One Maurice Culberson Drive Rome, Georgia Phone (706) Fax (706) AY 2014 Enrollment 8,249 AY 2014 Graduates 1,373 Students Receiving Aid 7,533 Pete McDonald (706) Serving Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Murray, Polk, Walker and Whitfield counties Georgia Piedmont nical College 495 North Indian Creek Drive Clarkston, Georgia Phone (404) Fax (404) AY 2014 Enrollment 6,241 AY 2014 Graduates 1,237 Students Receiving Aid 5,089 Dr. Jabari Simama (404) ext Serving DeKalb, Morgan, Newton and Rockdale counties 22

23 Gwinnett nical College 5150 Sugarloaf Parkway Lawrenceville, Georgia Phone (770) Fax (770) AY 2014 Enrollment 10,088 AY 2014 Graduates 1,640 Students Receiving Aid 6,707 Directory Dr. D. Glen Cannon (678) Serving Gwinnett and North Fulton counties Lanier nical College 2990 Landrum Education Drive Oakwood, Georgia Phone (770) Fax (770) AY 2014 Enrollment 5,240 AY 2014 Graduates 1,088 Students Receiving Aid 4,259 Dr. Ray Perren (770) Serving Banks, Barrow, Dawson, Forsyth, Hall, Jackson and Lumpkin counties 23

24 Directory Moultrie nical College 800 Veterans Parkway North Moultrie, Georgia Phone (229) Fax (229) AY 2014 Enrollment 2,788 AY 2014 Graduates 946 Students Receiving Aid 2,706 Jim Glass Acting (229) Serving Colquitt, Tift, Turner and Worth counties Moultrie will merge with Southwest Georgia to become Southern Regional nical College in July North Georgia nical College 1500 Highway 197 North Clarkesville, Georgia Phone (706) Fax (706) AY 2014 Enrollment 3,354 AY 2014 Graduates 624 Students Receiving Aid 2,915 Dr. Gail Thaxton (706) Serving Fannin, Franklin, Habersham, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union and White counties 24

25 Oconee Fall Line nical College 1189 Deepstep Road Sandersville, Georgia Phone (478) Fax (478) AY 2014 Enrollment 2,676 AY 2014 Graduates 630 Students Receiving Aid 2,179 Directory Dr. Lloyd Horadan (478) Serving Bleckley, Dodge, Glascock, Hancock, Jefferson, Laurens, Telfair, Warren, Washington, Wheeler and Wilkinson counties Ogeechee nical College One Joe Kennedy Boulevard Statesboro, Georgia Phone (912) Fax (912) AY 2014 Enrollment 3,196 AY 2014 Graduates 997 Students Receiving Aid 2,772 Dr. Dawn H. Cartee (912) Serving Bulloch, Evans and Screven counties 25

26 Directory Savannah nical College 5717 White Bluff Road Savannah, Georgia Phone (912) Fax (912) AY 2014 Enrollment 7,097 AY 2014 Graduates 1,754 Students Receiving Aid 6,115 Dr. Kathy S. Love (912) Serving Bryan, Chatham, Effingham and Liberty counties South Georgia nical College 900 South Georgia Parkway Americus, Georgia Phone (229) Fax (229) AY 2014 Enrollment 2,583 AY 2014 Graduates 984 Students Receiving Aid 2,469 Sparky Reeves (229) Serving Crisp, Macon, Marion, Schley, Sumter and Webster counties 26

27 Southeastern nical College 3001 East First Street Vidalia, Georgia Phone (912) Fax (912) AY 2014 Enrollment 2,207 AY 2014 Graduates 698 Students Receiving Aid 2,099 Directory Dr. Cathy Mitchell (912) Serving Candler, Emanuel, Jenkins, Johnson, Montgomery, Tattnall, Toombs and Treutlen counties Southern Crescent nical College 501 Varsity Road Griffin, Georgia Phone (770) Fax (770) AY 2014 Enrollment 7,198 AY 2014 Graduates 1,199 Students Receiving Aid 6,304 Dr. Randall Peters (770) Serving Butts, Fayette, Henry, Jasper, Lamar, Pike, Spalding, Taylor and Upson counties 27

28 Directory Southwest Georgia nical College U.S. Highway 19 North Thomasville, Georgia Phone (229) Fax (229) AY 2014 Enrollment 2,171 AY 2014 Graduates 537 Students Receiving Aid 1,856 Dr. Craig R. Wentworth (229) Serving Grady, Mitchell and Thomas counties Southwest Georgia will merge with Moultrie to become Southern Regional nical College in July West Georgia nical College 176 Murphy Campus Boulevard Waco, Georgia Phone (770) Fax (770) AY 2014 Enrollment 9,844 AY 2014 Graduates 1,935 Students Receiving Aid 8,240 Steve Daniel (678) Serving Carroll, Coweta, Douglas, Haralson, Heard, Meriwether and Troup counties 28

29 Wiregrass Georgia nical College 4089 Val Road Valdosta, Georgia Phone (229) Fax (229) AY 2014 Enrollment 5,922 AY 2014 Graduates 1,016 Students Receiving Aid 5,526 Directory Dr. Tina K. Anderson (229) Serving Atkinson, Ben Hill, Berrien, Brooks, Coffee, Cook, Echols, Irwin, Lanier, Lowndes and Wilcox counties Bainbridge State College 2500 East Shotwell Street Bainbridge, Georgia Phone (229) nical Division Enrollment Only AY 2014 Enrollment 2,493 AY 2014 Graduates 475 Students Receiving Aid 2,251 Dr. Richard Carvajal (229) nical division serves Decatur, Early, Miller and Seminole counties University System of Georgia College with a nical Division 29

30 Fast Facts Non-Discrimination Statement: The nical College System of Georgia and its constituent nical Colleges do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era, spouse of military member or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). This nondiscrimination policy encompasses the operation of all technical college-administered programs, programs financed by the federal government including any Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA) Title I financed programs, educational programs and activities, including admissions, scholarships and loans, student life, and athletics. It also encompasses the recruitment and employment of personnel and contracting for goods and services. The nical College System and nical Colleges shall promote the realization of equal opportunity through a positive continuing program of specific practices designed to ensure the full realization of equal opportunity. GED and GED Testing Service are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education (ACE) and may not be used or reproduced without expressed written permission. Cover photo courtesy of Southern Crescent nical College 30

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