Attending Fall Semester? Remember to renew your FAFSA for Fall 15-Summer 16. See your financial aid office. Fall Semester begins August 17; Current student registration begins July 7; New student registration begins July 20. NASA Grant Scholarships: The Georgia Space Consortium has partnered with CGTC and NASA to provide scholarship opportunities for students! Deadline to apply is July 31. Call Shane Waldon for more details: (478) 218-3276 or Summer Bash! Macon Campus, July 8, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Building H Parking Lot. Free Application Day! All walk-in and online application fees will be waived for individuals who complete and submit their admission application on Free Application Day! *Applications must be received by CGTC on JULY 14 by 11:59 p.m. to qualify for the application fee waiver.* Employment opportunities available. Click here for more information. Biotechnology at CGTC involves biofuels, genetically modified plants and animals, DNA fingerprinting and more. Call Dr. Eric Wessinger at (478) 757-2521.
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  • Summer Break: There will be no classes June 29 – July 4, 2015.
    The college will be closed July 3rd and 4th.

  • Fall Semester Registration:  Opens Tuesday, July 7, 2015  for current and returning students. Advisors: Warner Robins | Macon | Milledgeville.

  • Free Application Day: On July 14, 2015, all walk-in and online applications fees will be waived for individuals who complete and submit their admissions application!
    Applications must be received by CGTC on July 14th by 11:59p.m. to qualify for the application fee waiver.


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Commitment to Completion

Central Georgia Technical College is committed to increasing the number of college graduates within its seven county service delivery area. The College is involved in two national efforts to improve retention and graduation rates, Achieving the Dream (ATD) and Complete College Georgia (CCG).

Adult Education Program

Central Georgia Technical College's Adult Education Program (AEP) helps each student acquire the basic skills - writing, computation, speaking, and listening - necessary to compete successfully in today's workplace, to strengthen individual character and family foundations, and to exercise full citizenship.

English Literacy (ESL)

The English Literacy/Civics Program is designed for adults with limited or non-English speaking skills. These classes provide English instruction and additional skills necessary for students to live and work in Georgia. The Adult Education program at Central Georgia Technical College offers various levels of instruction from basic literacy to advanced levels. Help is also offered in obtaining U.S. citizenship.

Program Placement Percentages

Central Georgia Technical College's 2009 – 2010 Academic Year Diploma Programs Placement and Graduation data for student information.

Needs Assessment Survey

If you received a letter in the mail to take a Needs Assessment Survey, use this survey link to respond.

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