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Acting President Lonnie Roberts (right) presents Chair Jeff Baxley a plaque for his years of service.

College Board Holds Last Meeting as Altamaha Technical College

The Altamaha Technical College local board held their last meeting jointly with the Okefenokee Technical College board in Waycross this week.  Jeff Baxley, ATC Board Chair conducted the meeting. 

Two Okefenokee Technical College faculty members from the Railroad Systems Management Technology Program presented a short talk on the popular program which will be new to Altamaha Technical College students.  The Railroad Systems program started in Fall 2013 and is the only one like it within the State.

Jeff Baxley was recognized for his 5 years of service on the board.  Mr. Baxley is leaving the board after serving as Chair for the last year.   Acting President, Lonnie Roberts said, “Jeff Baxley has done an outstanding job as board member and chair.  He is well respected in the community and the entire service area, and Jeff leaving the board is a huge loss.”  A plaque was presented to Mr. Baxley in recognition of his 2009-2014 service.  During his term, there were 4930 graduates and 2899 GED graduates.  In response, Mr. Baxley thanked his fellow board members for their service and told them how much he appreciated the relationships that have been established.  He also praised the Okefenokee Technical College Board on how well they have all worked together through the merger process.  

The new Coastal Pines Technical College Board of Directors will meet on July 17, 2014 on the Jesup campus where the new board, all current members from both boards, will be sworn in.   Ted Buford will become Chair of the Coastal Pines Technical College Board of Directors and Toni Nelson will become Vice Chair. 


Students receive honors at Altamaha Technical College

(June 2014) –The following Altamaha Technical College students earned academic honors during Spring Semester 2014.  The President's List recognizes those full-time students who earned a perfect 4.0 GPA and the Vice President's List consists of those full-time students who earned a minimum 3.5 GPA.  To be eligible for the President's and Vice President's lists, a student must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours during the semester Students who are enrolled in less than 12 credit hours during a term and achieve a 3.50 or better grade point average for the term were awarded the Academic Achievement Award.


Altamaha Technical College announces Spring Graduates Last Graduating Class Before Merger

Jesup, GA – Altamaha Technical College held the Spring 2014 commencement exercises on Saturday,  May 31, at the Wayne County High School Auditorium in Jesup, Georgia.  Dr. C. Paul Scott, President Emeritus and the first president of Altamaha Technical College, was the speaker for the occasion. 

The ceremony honored students who were awarded their associate degree, diploma or technical certificate of credit as well as GED® graduates.  Altamaha Technical College is proud to announce the Spring 2014 graduates for technical certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees listed below by county.

Johnny C. Baucom, Colby Brauda, Colin R. Causey, Terry L. Feltham, Shannon M. Lewis, Deborah E. Ramirez, Brittany L. Stevens.

Quinton A. Baladez.

Dorothy J. Stiles.

Robert R. Bailey, Zachary R. DeCoste, Mary E. Glenn, Christopher L. Heath, Anthony R. Larson, Bianca S. Moses, Amelia A. Raley, Luke G. Scroggins, Alejandro Vila Rodriguez.


As set forth in its student catalog, Altamaha Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). The following individuals have been designated to coordinate the College’s implementation of non-discrimination policies: Katrina Howard, Title IX Coordinator, Office 132, 912-427-5876 and Cathy Montgomery, ADA/Section 504 Coordinator, Office 174, 912-427-6265; Altamaha Technical College, 1777 West Cherry Street, Jesup, GA 31545
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