Chatt Tech Medical Assisting Students with Instructor Amber Tinner.JPG

Chattahoochee Tech Medical Assisting students sit in a class led by Program Director Amber Tinner, standing, in the college’s new health science building at the Marietta Campus. The 2021 spring semester began Monday at Chattahoochee Tech.

Spring semester classes began Monday for well over 8,000 students this week at Chattahoochee Technical College.

“The college remains strong in its commitment to a safe and healthy educational environment while continuing to provide a quality education for our students,” Chattahoochee Tech Vice President for Advancement Jennifer Nelson said in a statement. “We are working diligently to keep our students on their educational path toward graduation.”

With eight campus locations serving six counties, the college’s Marietta Campus continues to have the most students, with over 2,000 students registered for classes this semester. The North Metro Campus in Bartow County has over 1,600 students. The Woodstock Campus in Cherokee County and the Paulding Campus both have just under 500 students. Over 300 students are enrolled for classes at the Appalachian Campus in Pickens County. At the Mountain View Campus in Cobb County, over 250 students are enrolled for classes.

Online classes continue to be an important option for students during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic: Over 6,000 students are registered to take at least one online course. Several Chattahoochee Tech programs may be completed completely online, including Accounting, Business Management, Business Technology, Criminal Justice Technology, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and Marketing Management.

Chattahoochee Tech’s 2021 spring semester enrollment also includes 1,333 high school dual-enrollment students, representing over 15% of the college’s total student enrollment.

Many of these high school students are also enrolled in workforce development programs that provide training in fast-growing, high-demand career fields.

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