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What you need to know about Georgia's Technical Colleges

Do you want your student to receive an excellent education, enjoy learning new skills and get a good job when they graduate? Does your student worry about how to pay for it? In a nutshell, you want your student to enjoy a high-quality education that’s convenient, efficient and affordable.  You want a strong return on your investment. You want a Georgia technical college.  Here’s why.

Click here to discover the advantages of attending a Georgia technical college.

What can your student study at a Georgia Technical College?

Georgia's technical colleges offer more than 600 areas of study.
Which one is right for your student? See the Georgia Technical College Program Listing.

How much will technical education cost?

It's a bargain. Let us prove it. Georgia technical colleges have the lowest tuition among public post-secondary institutions click here to compare by the numbers and provide many avenues to help pay for college. Convenient locations less than 30 minutes away from most Georgians eliminates the need for room and board, saving thousands of dollars. The ability to receive your certificate, diploma, or degree in less time also results in major cost savings.

Do credits transfer to other technical colleges and to four-year colleges?

See student transfer options.

Did you know that Georgia's high school students can start classes at a Georgia technical college while still in high school and that the graduation rate for students who do so is nearly 100%?

98% Graduate. Find out more.

How does your student apply? How does the application process work?

The application process will get them started.
Check out the Roadmap to Success

Did you know that a TCSG education is guaranteed?

If one of our graduates educated under a standard program or his/her employer finds that the graduate is deficient in one or more competencies as defined in the standards, the technical college will retrain the employee at no instructional cost to the employee or the employer.

How can you get more detailed information for your student?

Check the Frequently Asked Questions and Answers.

Use the Get More Info form.

 

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