Chattahoochee Tech: Location, Location, Location

Chattahoochee Tech: Location, Location, Location

Chattahoochee Technical College is the largest technical college in Georgia, serving more than 14,000 students in 2023 alone. The college, which is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, is recognized for its wide array of programs in health, technical, business, arts and sciences and professional services. With eight campuses, Chattahoochee Tech provides an affordable high-quality education coupled with real-world career training to students across the northwestern portion of metro Atlanta. Each location has its own unique offerings, from programs that can be completed in eight weeks or one full term (16 weeks) to others that lead to two-year degrees. Whatever your needs, you’ll find what you’re looking for at Chattahoochee Tech.

Marietta Campus: The flagship campus, the Marietta location attracts students from across Cobb County. The campus offers the greatest number of programs of study, from accounting and air conditioning technology to electrical and computer engineering technology to nursing.

Appalachian Campus: The nearly 130,000-square-foot campus serves Pickens and Gilmer counties and focuses on programs like automotive collision repair, business administrative technology, carpentry, cosmetology and welding technology, among others.

Austell Campus: A classroom-only two-building campus, the Austell location has a focus on noncredit courses offered by the college’s Center for Corporate and Professional Education, such as industrial maintenance, logistics and project management.

Canton Campus: A 62,500-square-foot campus, the Canton location features a computer lab, science lab, technology lab and HVAC lab, as well as courses in air conditioning technology, early childhood care and education, healthcare science and more.

Mountain View Campus: Located in northeast Marietta, the Mountain View campus is the school’s main spot for media programs like design and media production technology and film and video production technology, as well as catering and event planning programs.

North Metro Campus: Home to several exclusive programs offered by Chattahoochee Tech, this location allows students to take courses in everything from criminal justice and industry systems technology to marketing management and radiology technology.

Paulding Campus: This 86,000-square-foot Dallas-based campus is home to the college’s associate of science in nursing program; it also offers programs like early childhood education and an array of general education courses.

Woodstock Campus: Located in downtown Woodstock, this is the school’s second location in Cherokee County; it offers programs in accounting, biology, cybersecurity, interiors, political science, psychology and more.


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