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Atlanta Technical College

By Anne Peterson

Atlanta Technical College is a premier technical institution in Atlanta incorporating technical and adult education, along with customized industry and business workforce training. The college is located in Fulton County Georgia, south of the Chattahoochee River. The newest resource available to Atlanta Technical College students is the Cleveland L. Dennard Building. This building is equipped with a state-of-the-art conference center and is also available to the college's community and business partners. The school has been open for more than thirty five years. They have an extraordinary determination to make Atlanta better, while keeping with their legacy of student success and business and industry partnerships. The college strives to prepare graduates for a lifetime of high-earning, high-performance careers. Atlanta Technical College offers diplomas, associate degrees, and technical certificates of credit.

Atlanta Technical College has more than seventy programs of study. These programs can range from customized training for companies to computer information systems degrees. With a student body of over 4,000, Atlanta Technical College guarantees their student's education. If a graduate who learned a standard program is not up to his or her new employer's standards, Atlanta Technical College will retrain the graduate at no cost to the student or the employer. They will guarantee this for up to a two year period after a student graduates from a standard program. The technical college also offers customized business and industry training, continuing education, and other learning services. The college has on-line courses available which are designed to let you learn on your own time, at your own convenience. These courses are offered at a competitive cost to individuals, businesses and other organizations.

The Atlanta Technical College believes that the strength of the citizens of Atlanta through their skills, ethics and values make them a competitive and productive community. The technical college looks to help Atlanta's citizens become literate and technically advanced, which will have a positive result on the economic and social growth of people working and living in Atlanta and its surrounding areas. This will help Atlanta's attraction to new, emerging, growing, and existing businesses and industries.

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