A new version means partial scores will not carry over and will result in students having to re-take the entire exam in 2014.
Chattahoochee Technical College
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Thursday, August 23, 2012
More than 12,400 students were registered for classes on the first day—in line with last year’s enrollment numbers. The college’s Marietta and North Metro campuses remain the top two options for students.
A new semester and school year started Friday at Chattahoochee Technical College with approximately 3,900 new students on the rolls. Georgia’s largest technical college began classes on August 17 at its eight campuses that span six counties in Northwest Georgia, including Northeast Cobb. “This is always an exciting time of year,” said Chattahoochee Technical College President Ron Newcomb. “We have new programs beginning and new students joining us for the first time. We also welcome back students who are finishing their degrees, diplomas and certificates this year and are eager to help them start or continue their careers.” More than 12,400 students were registered for classes on the first day—in line with last year’s enrollment numbers. …
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Clinical Laboratory Technology is the first full healthcare program on the Canton campus.
A new career in the healthcare profession will be closer to reality for many as Chattahoochee Technical College announces the addition of its non-credit phlebotomy and certified nursing assistant programs at the college’s Canton campus. Currently offered at the college’s Marietta campus and North Metro campus in Acworth, these will be the first two continuing education certifications in Allied Health offered at Chattahoochee Technical College’s Canton campus. This fall will also mark the first classes in the college’s new Clinical Laboratory Technology Program. Clinical Laboratory Technology is a seven-semester associate of applied science degree program. Students learn to perform clinical laboratory procedures under the supervision of a …
Monday, April 23, 2012
The new environmental technology program at Chattahoochee Technical College will begin for fall semester.
A new program being offered this fall at Chattahoochee Technical College’s North Metro campus will prepare students for a field that one instructor says needs more workers The new Associate of Applied Science Degree in Environmental Technology, which will be the only two-year program in the metro Atlanta area, will train students in environmental law and ethics, field sampling and testing, hydrology, wastewater management and hazardous waste cleanup, among other things. “It’s a growing field,” said Bejie Herrin, the course instructor. “There are a lot of components. It’s a very interesting field.” The field is growing because more and more people are becoming good stewards of the environment, Herrin said. “People have become more aware of …
Saturday, March 31, 2012
David Archer was unanimously voted in as the men’s region director for the 2012-13 athletics year.
The Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association and commissioner David Elder announced this week that Chattahoochee Tech athletic director David Archer was unanimously voted in as the men’s region director for the 2012-13 athletics year. Archer, who also coaches the men’s basketball team at Chatt Tech, currently is in his first season as assistant men’s region director of the GCAA. “It’s going to carry more responsibility with the GCAA and its member teams,” said Archer of his new position. “I also welcome the challenge of working more closely with the NJCAA.” The previous men’s region director, Charles Mullis of Middle Georgia College, will be vacating his position on July 1 as MGC begins its merger with Macon State College and exits the GCAA…
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Open tryouts begin April 21 for the men's basketball team.
Chattahoochee Tech men's basketball is holding open tryouts at the JH Morgan Gym in Cartersville on April 21. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., and the tryout session will run from 1 to 3 p.m. Players will need to bring a current sports physical, copies of high school transcripts and SAT/ACT scores, copies of college transcripts (if they have attended another college) and a reversible jersey for scrimmages. The JH Morgan Gym is located at 129 Aubrey St., Cartersville, GA 30120. For more information, email head coach David Archer at email@example.com or assistant coach Keith Lundy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to Woodstock-Towne Lake Patch's free newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The Golden Eagles will conclude its regular-season slate with a non-conference game against Macon State in Cartersville this Sunday.
The Golden Eagles capped off their regular-season GCAA schedule with wins over Central Georgia Tech on Sunday night at the Smyrna Community Center, as the women won a 76-73 thriller and the men cruised to an 86-63 win. The men’s team elevated its record to 18-11, 8-10 in conference, while the women improved to 13-15 and 6-12. The women’s team has clinched a spot in the upcoming eight-team conference tournament; the men’s team is currently in line for a GCAA tourney spot with the seventh seed but must wait until other contenders finish their conference schedules. The Lady Golden Eagles trailed 46-41 at the half in a fast-paced ball game, but overtook the Lady Cougars late in the second half on the strength of the overall play of center …
Chattahoochee Technical College welcomed more than 200 area high school seniors at its North Metro campus.
About 250 high school seniors from several area schools attended class at Chattahoochee Technical College in Acworth on Friday. “You can tell these students all about college as much as you want, but this is really a chance for them to experience it,” CTC recruiter Brookeanna Herring said. After an early morning information session about everything from financial aid and admission to student activities and athletics, the students picked out programs they were most interested in learning more about. About 10 programs provided faculty to hold 30-minute mock classes that provided students a chance to ask questions and try their hands at some of the activities and assignments. In addition, seniors could ask questions of current students who …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
The Chattahoochee Tech men still have to face Gordon College on the road and Central Georgia at home.
The Chattahoochee Tech men’s basketball team picked up a crucial road win at conference-leading Georgia Perimeter on Tuesday defeating the Jaguars in overtime, 79-73. Thanks to a last-minute comeback in regulation from a 65-58 deficit, the Golden Eagles forced overtime after scoring the next seven points. In overtime, point guard Brannon Hopkins hit a corner 3-pointer with under a minute left to break a 73-73 tie and help Chatt Tech (17-10, 7-9 GCAA) to a victory. “I set up, and I knew it was going in right when it left my hand,” Hopkins said. “I was already at the half-court line when it went in.” A Sean Tate free throw and an Asauhn Dixon-Tatum dunk off a Tate lob at the buzzer sealed the game for CTC. The Golden Eagles fought back to …
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Chattahoochee Technical College received two police cars from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.
Chattahoochee Technical College received much needed equipment from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation at a ceremony Thursday afternoon in Acworth. The college’s public safety department was the recipient of two used police vehicles worth $15,870—a welcome gift to the recently recognized police department. “This generous donation by the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation is a wonderful gift for our department and Chattahoochee Technical College,” said Willis Wade, Chatt Tech's Director of Public Safety. “As our department continues to grow and transition to a fully recognized police department, we must meet the professional standards of public safety. Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation has provided us with an opportunity…