Augusta Area Vocational-Technical School is founded
Richmond Area Vocational School is formed
The two schools combine to form Augusta Area Technical School
The current site near Deans Bridge Road becomes the Augusta campus
The first students graduate with an Associate Degree of Applied Technology
The Automotive Mechanics Program receives the Secretary of Education’s Award of Excellence
Augusta Area Technical School becomes a state school operated by the Georgia Board of Technical and Adult Education, and the name is change to Augusta Technical Institute. The Augusta Technical Institute Foundation is formed
Credit enrollment exceeds 2,000
Augusta Technical Institute accepts the responsibility for the Office of Adult Literacy on Broad Street
Allied Health programs move to the Augusta campus
The Jack B. Patrick Information Technology Center opens. The Augusta Technical Institute Foundation launches a major gift campaign entitled The Power To Be, encompassing the Augusta campus and the projected Thomson/McDuffie and Waynesboro/Burke Campuses
Construction is completed on the Center for Advanced Technology. The Jack B. Patrick Information Technology Center is dedicated. Construction begins on the Thomson/McDuffie Campus
Credit enrollment exceeds 4,000. The Office of Adult Literacy moves to the Augusta campus. The Thomson/McDuffie Campus opens
Classes begin at the Waynesboro/Burke campus. Augusta Technical Institute’s name changes to Augusta Technical College.
Groundbreaking for new Student Services Building on December 4, 2001
The 900 building was dedicated to Thelma “T” Ray Allgood
The Student Services/Classroom Building opened.
The dedication of the Student Services/Classroom Building held (April 29).
Funds were appropriated for the Columbia County Center.
First planned gift established with the Augusta Technical College Foundation.
Groundbreaking for Columbia County Center
Ribbon cutting ceremony for the Emergency Medical Services
Columbia County Center building construction begins.
Augusta Tech launches Nuclear Engineering Technology Program in partnership with Southern Company and Georgia Power.
The Columbia County Center in Grovetown officially opens its doors to students.
Augusta Technical College is named an "Achieving the Dream College".
Augusta Technical College establishes Campus Police Department.