SRTC Experiences Record Enrollment; Outpaces State in Average Growth

Thomasville, GA – Early Monday, January 29, 2018, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) announced it had achieved record enrollment for the second consecutive term. For the Spring 2018 Semester the College realized a 9.4% increase in total enrollment with a 10.4% increase in full-time equivalency when compared with Spring 2017 figures. The latter number being the largest across all TCSG institutions. Both of these numbers significantly outpace the state average for each of those...



Top Students and Faculty Named at SRTC Awards Ceremony

From left to right: Carrie Viohl, Buffie Spencer, Brittany Williamson Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) honored its finalists and the respective institutional winners of the 2018 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL), the Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education (EAGLE), and the Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Education on January 25th at the Southwest Georgia Bank Conference Center in Moultrie, GA. "The annual awards luncheon is an...



Distinguished Students at SRTC Recognized for Fall 2017 Term

On January 22nd, 2018 the administration at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recognized exceptional students achieving the honor of President’s List, Dean’s List, and Merit List for the Fall 2017 term. Each semester, SRTC recognizes students who have accomplished high academic achievement through the President’s List. In order to qualify for the President’s List, students must meet two criteria: earn a grade of “A” in all coursework attempted and be enrolled in 12...



SRTC Foundation Awards over $42,000 in Scholarships for Spring Semester 2018

For Spring Semester 2018, which began on January 8th, the Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) Foundation awarded 69 scholarships totaling over $42,000 to SRTC students. These funds assist students with education related costs such as tuition, fees, clinical scrubs, dissection kits, books, and much more. “The SRTC Foundation is proud to offer so many scholarships each semester. Scholarships provide financial support to students who need assistance with tuition, books, and other...



SRTC-Moultrie Practical Nursing Students Honored in December Ceremony

Bottom row from left to right: Rachel Haynes, Rebecca Happel, Donielle Pratt Second Row: Blair Baldree, Veronica Alvarez, Lexi Gilliard Third Row: Robin Metzger, Amanda Williamson, Daisy Damian Fourth Row: Kristal Sheffield, Autumn Hank Fifth Row: Qusanna Sharp, LaShondra Thomas Sixth Row: Randall Green, Brian Handley On December 14th, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) held a pinning ceremony where the most recent class of Practical Nursing (PN) students from the Moultrie...



RN Nursing Students Honored at Pinning Ceremony

Left to Right: Bottom row: Courtney Williams, Hillary Sandlin, Ashley Peek, Kelci Register, Kendale Zimmer 2nd row: Emily Easler, Rachel Moore, Tanya Roberson 3rd row: Mary Walker, Stephanie Williams, Katie Carter, Ashley Kindoll 4th row: Rachel Clemons, Kimberly Thomas, Whitney Adcock, Dan Badger 5th row: Latrice Rockmore, Austin Williamson, Desiree Terrell, Brittany Walters, Miranda Wider 6th row: Taylor Hodges, Brittany Mixon, Jerica Johnson, Jeremy Reynolds Back row: Signe Hyatt,...



Pursuit of learning builds confidence for a new career

Casey Jones Casey Jones describes himself as a naturally nervous person. A bespectacled young man with a distinctly intellectual bearing and a purposeful way with words, Casey comes across as the kind of nerdy-cool college kid you would find in the library of any university in the country. But pulled out of public school after the 6th grade, he had become accustomed to homeschooling alone, away from the stress of other people. While he was still in his teens, he began to...



American Proteins, Bagwell Family Foundation Present Donation to SRTC Foundation

Pictured (Left to Right): SRTC VP of Institutional Advancement Amy Maison and American Proteins HR/EHS Manager Harry Wilson On December 7th, 2017 the Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) Foundation received an opulent donation from American Proteins, Inc. and the Bagwell Family Foundation. Founded in 1949 as a small family business, American Proteins has grown to become the international resource for processing allied poultry products. Today, the company operates the largest...



SRTC Rad Tech Students Honored Award Ceremony

Pictured left to right: Bottom Row – Mallorie Johnson, Melisa Rodriguez, Tony Hernandez Second Row – Kaylee Ezell, Hannah Hinesley, Nelson Miller Third Row – Ellicia Stephens, Kayla Labbe, Ashley Montgomery, Kelsey Drabenstot Top Row – Georgia Snyder, Kristian Morey, Amanda Brown On Tuesday, December 5th, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) honored its Radiologic Technology students in an award ceremony. Thirteen students were recognized at the awards ceremony and...



SRTC Moultrie MA Students Recognized at Pinning Ceremony

Pictured left to right: Kaylie Bledsoe, Melissa Henry-Brown, Krishna Turner, Becky Hernandez, Sabrina Smith, Shibreka Alridge, and Matt Luke. Seven students were recently recognized at a Medical Assisting pinning ceremony held at Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Moultrie Campus. These students completed one semester of prerequisite coursework as well as multiple semesters of rigorous occupational coursework, including a series of clinical rotations at local medical...



SRTC Acquisition of BSC to provide new opportunities for area students

Shortly after the calendar flipped into 2017, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved the consolidation of Bainbridge State College (BSC) and Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC). Not long after that approval was finalized, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) was asked to assume responsibility for the technical programs being offered by BSC. During the discussions with the University System of Georgia (USG) to transfer the technical programs to...



From Eastern Europe…to the Welding Booth?

Matthew Goodwin The welding classroom on the Thomasville campus of Southern Regional Technical College is abuzz with activity. There is a continual sharp clanking of metal tools against metal objects. Bright blue sparks fly behind translucent plastic curtains, silhouetting helmeted students in vivid detail. The wide utility doors are open to the crisp autumn breeze, and dual-enrollment kids from various high schools in Thomas County circulate from station to station. One boy, Matthew,...