News and Press Releases

Nursing Program Virtual Capping & Pinning.

ALBANY, GABecause of the shelter-in-place mandate, Albany Technical College’s Associate of Nursing Program held the spring 2020 Virtual Pinning ceremony onThursday, May 7, beginning at 5:30 p.m., via WebEx.

Badge, firearm, handcuffs and vest.

Albany, Georgia – “To Protect and Serve” ‒ is the recognized mission common across America’s law enforcement agencies. In support of this noble mission, Albany Technical College, the City of Albany, Dougherty County and several other regional law enforcement agencies have collaborated on a unique curriculum for peace officer recruits, which will provide a solid foundation as they begin their career. 

Albany Technical College Dual Enrollment.

ALBANY, GA – Eighteen students at Albany Technical College attending as Dual Enrolled high school students have plans to either continue to get a bachelor's degree or go into the military. There is a ceremony that is usually conducted annually during the spring semester where Dual Enrolled high school students are honored for completing their Associate of Applied Science degree prior to completing their high school diploma. Unfortunately, we will not be able to have that ceremony at the college. COVID-19 has changed how we are able to recognize these students in person. We want to acknowledge their remarkable achievements and highlight their accomplishments. Albany Technical College is very proud of the accomplishments of the Dual Enrolled students and looks forward to hearing of their great success.

Vinny Viana NJCAA All-American Honorable Mention.

Albany, Georgia – Vinny Viana, a sophomore at Albany Technical College, has been recognized by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) as an All-American Honorable Mention. NJCAA All American represents the nation’s Top 50 players in junior college basketball. These players are not only the top players in their region but across the entire country.

ATC Coronavirus Update - Steps Taken to Support Our Community

Albany, Georgia – Albany Technical College (ATC) is continuing to work with community and state leaders to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 for our students, faculty, staff, and the entire community. Since the onset of the coronavirus crisis, Albany Tech faculty and staff have prepared and implemented plans to keep our campuses safe, while also minimizing the effects on academic operations.