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ENCORE Fayette - Southern Crescent Technical College Overview


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An overview of the various programs Southern Crescent Technical College offers.

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ENCORE Fayette - Southern Crescent Technical College Overview

  1. 1. February 14, 2013
  2. 2. College Profile•Service Area: Butts, Fayette, Henry, Jasper, Lamar,Pike, Spalding, Taylor, and Upson counties•Two campus locations: Griffin and Thomaston•Three centers: Butts, Jasper, and Taylor Counties • Henry Center – planned for 2013-14•Accredited by SACS/COC
  3. 3. Mission StatementSouthern CrescentTechnical Collegeprovides relevanttechnical educationand workforce trainingprograms viatraditional and onlineformats that promoteslifelong learning andeconomicdevelopment in thesouthern crescentregion of central
  4. 4. Academic Programs•Allied Health•Business Technology•Computer Information Services•Industrial/Technical Studies•Public Safety•Personal Services SCTC now offers 100 TechnicalCertificates of Credit 38 DiplomaPrograms 29 AAS DegreePrograms
  5. 5. Credit Enrollment Spring SemesterFY12 COUNTY ENROLLMENT Henry County 1330 Spalding County 1067 Clayton County 711 Upson County 463 Fayette County 416 Pike County 271 Butts County 247 Jasper County 45 Taylor County 44 Talbot County 21 COLLEGE 5,374 TOTAL
  6. 6. Credit Student Demographics – FY1233.2% Male; 66.8% Female3.6% have not finished high school72.3% have a high school diploma or GED0.7% have a Bachelor’s degree or higher51.7% Full time; 48.3% part time48.3% Minority Groups
  7. 7. EducationalEffectiveness •Barbering •Commercial TruckIn FY 2011, 87% of our Drivinggraduates taking either a •Cosmetologylicensure or certification exam •HVAC •Medical Assistingpassed on the first attempt. •Orthopaedic TechnologyThese exams are administered •Paramedic Technology •Pharmacy Technologyby external certification agencies •Practical Nursingor licensing boards. •Radiologic Technology •Respiratory Care Technology •Surgical Technology
  8. 8. Dual EnrollmentSCTC has collaborative partnerships with service-areahigh schools in the following programs of study: •Apprentice Lineworker •Early Childhood Education •Automotive Technology •Electronics Technology •Business Management •Entrepreneurship •Certified Nursing Assistant •Environmental Horticulture •Computer Information Systems •Nail Technician •Cosmetology •Patient Care Assisting •Criminal Justice •Small Engine Repair •Culinary Arts •Welding & Joining Technology
  9. 9. Articulation AgreementsStudents earning AAS degrees from SCTC haveopportunities to continue their education to earn aBachelor’s degree in several fields of study atregionally-accredited public and private colleges anduniversities State University Albany Life University Brewton Parker College Mercer University Clayton State University Southern Polytechnic State Columbus State University University Concordia University- St. Paul St. Leo University DeVry University Strayer University Gordon State College University of Cincinnati
  10. 10. University System Partnership• Announced in March 2012• 27 courses transferable to USG institutions from TCSG institutions accredited by SACS/COC• Focused on General Education courses• Supports Governor’s initiative for Complete College Georgia
  11. 11. College and Career Academies• $10.5 million annual fund appropriated by legislature – Fund administered by TCSG – awarded competitively (3-4 per year) – Specialized charter school to advance workforce development• Henry County – Grant application being finalized for submission deadline Sept. 2012• Fayette County – steering committee formed with initial BOE support to proceed for submission in 2013 (potentially)• Lamar County – awarded $2.6 million 2011• Regional academy concept being explored at other school systems in SCTC service area
  12. 12. Economic Development Division•FY 2012 • 3298 trainees representing 136 companies and over 23,000 training hours ••2012 Manufacturer of the Year (Medium)
  13. 13. The Future of SCTCHenry County Center•35,700 square feet•25 acres of land donated by Henry County BOE•Construction cost of $7.5 million, $1 million to equip•$2.5 million provided by SCTC for first phase of construction•Expected completion early 2014
  14. 14. New Allied Health Building –GriffinGriffin Campus - Medical Technology Building•80,000 square feet•Construction cost of $14.5 million, $3.8 million to equip•Grand Opening was Fall Semester 2012
  15. 15. Capital ExpansionFlint River Campus - Building E•Industrial Training Facility•32,000 square feet•Construction cost of $7.545 million, $1.2 million to equipOpened Fall 2011Griffin Campus - ESPLOST funded building•Economic Development focused•Approx. 30,000 square feet•Construction cost of $8 million, $1.2 million to equip•Opportunity to seek additional funding at state level•Estimated completion date of 2015
  16. 16. THANK YOUfor your continued support of Southern Crescent Technical College