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  • Tuition Aid Available for Spring Semester

    The Gwinnett Tech Foundation offers hundreds of scholarship options and it’s time to apply for next semester! Scholarship applications for Spring Semester 2015 will be accepted from Oct. 1 through Oct. 31.

     
  • Adult Education Division Honored for Student Achievement

    Gwinnett Tech’s Adult Education Division has been recognized by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) as one of the state’s best at helping its students raise the level of their education.

     
  • Gwinnett Tech Culinary Arts Student Wins National Recipe Contest

    Eljesa Haxhiu, a Culinary Arts student at Gwinnett Technical College, has won first place in a national recipe contest for Maple Leaf Farms, an Indiana-based producer of duck products.

     
  • Rep. Valerie Clark Visits D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center for Georgia Pre-K Week

    Young students at the D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center took part in Georgia Pre-K Week festivities, enjoying a visit from state Rep. Valerie Clark.

     
 
 

Adult Education Division Honored for Student Achievement

Dr_Cannon_Ladies_HeroGwinnett Technical College’s Adult Education Division has been recognized by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) as one of the state’s best at helping its students raise the level of their education....  more

 
 
 

Rep. Valerie Clark Visits D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center for Georgia Pre-K Week

Web_Hero_PreK_Rep_ClarkYoung students at the D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center took part in Georgia Pre-K Week festivities, enjoying a visit from state Rep. Valerie Clark (R-Lawrenceville)....  more

 
 
 

Gwinnett Tech Culinary Arts Student Wins National Recipe Contest

Web_Hero_Culinary_AwardEljesa Haxhiu, a Culinary Arts student at Gwinnett Technical College, has won first place in a national recipe contest for Maple Leaf Farms, an Indiana-based producer of duck products....  more

 
 
 

Tuition Aid Available for Spring Semester

Scholarships_Web_HeroThe Gwinnett Tech Foundation offers hundreds of scholarship options and it’s time to apply for next semester! Scholarship applications for Spring Semester 2015 will be accepted from Oct. 1 through Oct. 31....  more

 
 
 

GTC’s Sustainable Urban Agriculture Students Grow a Winning Garden

Gwinnett Tech Student Farm Manager Tylee Sewell

Gwinnett Tech Student Farm Manager Tylee Sewell

Gwinnett Technical College’s new Sustainable Urban Agriculture program is celebrating a bountiful harvest and a winning showing at the recent Gwinnett County Fair....  more

 
 
 

Gwinnett Tech Horticulture Program Hosts Fall Plant Sale Oct. 14 – 16

Web_Box_Hort_300x250Gwinnett Technical College’s Environmental Horticulture program is hosting its annual community plant sale Oct. 14 – 16, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the campus greenhouse near Building 600...  more

 
 
 

GTC & SPSU Partnership Yields Big Opportunities for Bioscience Students

Kristina Palermino, 2014 GTC Bioscience Technology grad

Kristina Palermino, 2014 GTC Bioscience Technology grad

Gwinnett Technical College’s articulation agreement with Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU) enables GTC bioscience graduates to earn their bachelor’s degree – with tuition, fees and expenses covered....  more

 
 
 

Welding Is a Skill You Can Take to the Bank and Around The World

WeldingIngalls Shipbuilding in Mississippi desperately needs welders. “They call regularly and expect to hire 5,000 welders in the next five years,” said Garey Bish, program director for the welding and joining technology program at Gwinnett Tech....  more

 
 
 

Getting Started in Web Design Is Easier Than Ever

WebDesignThe Web Design program at Gwinnett Tech has been around since 1998 but demand for graduates and interest in the field remains as strong as ever....  more

 
 
 

Mock Surgical Suite Prepares Vet Tech Students for the Real Thing

VetTechVeterinary technology students at Gwinnett Tech are benefiting from the program’s new mock surgery suite. With a surgical table, overhead lights and even a canine surgical model, students can practice the skills and techniques they will need in a surgical setting “without the possible consequences of contaminating a surgical site,” said Dr. Bonnie Ballard, Vet Tech program director....  more