Pictured above (L to R): Dr. Victoria Seals – VP Academic Affairs; Dr. Julie Post – VP Student Affairs; Dr. D. Glen Cannon – President; Mary Beth Byerly – VP Institutional Advancement; Dave McCulloch – VP Economic Development; and Vince DeSilva, Sr. Vice President, Member Services with the Gwinnett Chamber.
Now Georgia’s third largest technical college, Gwinnett Tech serves more than 18,000 students annually with college credit, adult education and continuing education offerings. The college offers more than 50 program options that can be completed in two years or less – in the state’s fastest growing job sectors.
Gwinnett Tech continues to confer the highest number of associate degrees in the state, reflecting the college’s focus on ensuring that all students complete a marketable college credential. GTC is a part of the Achieving the Dream National Reform Network and participates in the Complete College Georgia initiative.
The college was just recognized as one of the nation’s fastest growing public two-year colleges, ranking 10th on Community College Week’s (CCW) 2014 list of Fastest Growing Community Colleges. GTC’s five year growth rate in credit enrollment is over 15 percent. This fall, construction began on Gwinnett Tech’s second campus, located in North Fulton. It’s anticipated that classes will begin there in January 2016.