Athens Technical College

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Athens Technical College
Established 1958 (1958)
Type Community Technical College
President Flora W. Tydings, Ed.D.
Students 4,137
Location Athens, Elberton, Monroe, and Greensboro, Georgia, United States
Campus Multiple Campuses
Colors Navy and Gold         
Nickname Owls
Website http://www.athenstech.edu

Athens Technical College ("Athens Tech") is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) in Athens, Georgia. It was founded in 1958 as Athens Area Vocational-Technical School. The school was renamed Athens Area Technical Institute in 1987 and took its current name in 2000. It offers certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees in business, health, technical, and manufacturing-related fields.

The school's administrative offices and main campus are located in Athens, with satellite campuses located in Elberton, Greensboro, and Monroe, Georgia. In addition, the school also has several educational centers in the school's surrounding ten-county service area.

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