Situated off U.S. Interstate 29 in Northeast Georgia, Athens Technical College works with adults — primarily above the age of a traditional college graduate — at various experience levels in order to prepare them for careers in medical, automotive, industrial and food production industries. Programs range from classes for students learning English as a second language to dual technical certificates and a GED-equivalency in the students’ fields of choice.  

Cecil McIntyre is a fourth-year studying journalism and political science at the University of Georgia. 



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  • Jalisa

    Really? Well there is only 1 Anatomy and Physiology 2 teacher for spring semester 2021 teaching the class and they are not offering afternoon classes for that class
    It’s a inconvenience to the older students with a job and a family!

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