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The Technical College System of Georgia consists of 22 technical colleges with one university system technical division and 31 satellite campuses. The system provides a broad range of career opportunities through a variety of certificate, diploma, and associate degree programs; continuing education programs; and economic development programs.

Which college is right for you?

Finding the Right Technical College

List of Technical Colleges

Map of Technical Colleges

Online Learning

How to Apply


What programs are offered at TCSG colleges?

List of Technical Certificates of Credit, Degree & Diploma Programs


Will the HOPE Grant pay for a TCSG education? What other financial assistance is available?

Paying for College

How to Apply for HOPE


Are TCSG colleges accredited?

All Technical College System of Georgia colleges are accredited. Accreditation earned by an institution of higher learning is important for several reasons, including:

Accreditation is earned through a process overseen by a regional or national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. All TCSG colleges are accredited to offer associate degrees, certificates and diplomas. Overseeing accreditation are:

Students interested in financial aid are advised to check with financial aid officers at individual colleges.

COC and SACS accredit postsecondary institutions to offer degree and non-degree post-secondary instruction and make appropriate postsecondary awards (associate degrees, applied associate degrees and other postsecondary awards).  They do not accredit separate educational programs.  There are other non-regional or national agencies that can do this.  However, the COE and COC institutional accreditation seal covers TCSG colleges' internal educational programs.