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About Augusta Tech

Augusta Technical College is a two-year institution of higher education located in Augusta, Georgia. Since its opening in 1961, Augusta Technical College remains dedicated to promoting the educational, economic, and community development in its service area (Burke, Columbia, Lincoln, McDuffie, and Richmond Counties).

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Why Choose Augusta Tech?

Augusta Technical College’s commitment to developing a more efficient and effective workforce extends to all current and prospective students. Affordable, convenient, small class sizes, and high job placement rate are a few reasons why Augusta Technical College is the right place for you!

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Visitor Information

Augusta Technical Colleges welcomes you to come visit each of our locations to receive a guided tour and an opportunity to speak with a member of the recruitment team.

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Facts and History

The Georgia State Board of Education, in conjunction with the Richmond County Board of Education, established Augusta Area Vocational-Technical School in 1961.  The School's planned capacity at that time was 350 students in ten full-time diploma programs.  Recognizing the need for more technically trained employees in the service area, the state and county boards established the separate Richmond Area Vocational-Technical School in 1963, with a planned capacity of 250 students in ten full-time diploma programs. In 1966, the two vocational-technical schools were combined as the Augusta Area Technical School.  Subsequently, the School expanded to three additional sites.  In 1981, with the exception of the health occupations programs that remained in a facility on Walton Way, all programs offered by the School were moved to the current Augusta Campus location. 

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Offices and Administration

Augusta Technical College’s administrative offices are essential to supporting the operations and mission of the institution. College administrators work with diverse areas such as academic affairs, student affairs, adult education, economic development, financial affairs, and human resources.