SRTC Recognizes Distinguished Students

On September 1, 2016 the administration at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recognized exceptional students achieving the honor of President’s List. The College also recognized students who earned Dean’s List and Merit List honors with a certificate. 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...



SRTC Receives Programmatic Accreditation from HVAC Excellence

Pictured left to right: Leigh Wallace, Vice President of Student Services; Ross Cox, Vice President of Administrative Services; Jim Glass, Provost; James Crisp; Dr. Craig Wentworth, SRTC President; Michael Clements, HVACR Instructor; Bruce Nelson, Abigail Carter, Dean for the School of Industrial Technology; Dr. Debbie Goodman, Vice President of Institution Effectiveness; Dr. Annie McElroy, Vice President of Academic Affairs Last week the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning...



Business Management at SRTC Provides Community Service and Education

Pictured Left to Right: SRTC student Keith Shelley, Give Kids the World Representatives, and Neil Clements Fall semester is a busy time for the Business Management students in enrolled in MGMT 2215 (Team Project) at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC). In addition to their normal course workload these students are tasked with raising money for a local charity. Last fall, four teams partnered with an eclectic mix of local non-profits to support a variety of causes. One team...



Veronica Sanders Named Director of Economic Development for SRTC Moultrie

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recently named Veronica Sanders Director for Economic Development for the Moultrie Campus. “I welcome Veronica Sanders to the Economic Development Division of Southern Regional Technical College. Veronica’s background, experience, and enthusiasm will provide a fresh approach to the economic development activities at the Moultrie location,” commented Dennis Lee, Vice President for Economic Development at SRTC. In her new role, Sanders is...



SRTC Surgical Technology Program Pins Students

Pictured (left to right): Surgical Technology Instructor Stephanie Pierce, Hannah Dixon, Joley Berring, Brittany Garrity, Kandace Hobbs, Blythe Drawdy, Myliara Shivers, and Instructor Laura Moore Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Surgical Technology program held its pinning ceremony on August 4th, marking the program completion of six students: Hannah Dixon of Moultrie, Blythe Drawdy of Thomasville, Joley Herring of Valdosta, Kandace Hobbs of Thomasville, Brittany Garrity...



SRTC Practical Nursing Students Honored in Pinning Ceremonies in Tifton and Thomasville

Front Row Left to Right: Ashley Watkins, Julie Shirley, Heather Harrell, Warren David Hawkins, Jessica Snyder, James Swilley, Katie Crossin Back Row Left to Right: Kayla Sauls, Kara Luke, Kelly Henderson Dorminey, Maria Calderon, Melinda Rahm, Audrey Johnson Bottom row from left to right: Janirah Coasey, Maylen Tejera Frometa, Heather Faircloth and LaToya Brown Middle row from left to right: Latitia Hart, Perchell Sutton and Kaitlynn Johnson Top row from left to right:...



Cardiovascular Technology Program Coming to SRTC-Tifton

Students who are seeking entry into a hands-on healthcare field now have another option at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC). Starting this Fall, the College, in conjunction with Tift Regional Medical Center, will offer Cardiovascular Technology at the Tifton Campus. "We are very excited to partner with Tift Regional Medical Center in starting a Cardiovascular Technology associate degree program. The training of skilled cardiac technicians and technologists is of utmost...



SRTC and the Technical College System of Georgia Make College More Accessible By Offering Free Tuition

Originally presented by the Governor’s Office in Fall 2013, the Strategic Industries Workforce Development Grant (SIWDG) has been continually expanded since its inception. The Governor’s Office, along with the Georgia Student Finance Commission and legislators have worked diligently to determine what programs are vital for Georgia’s strategic economic growth. So what does that mean for local students? Well, to start, qualified, eligible students (Georgia residents who qualify for...



SRTC Remembers Long-Time Faculty Member Lynn Tanner

SRTC Remembers Long-Time Faculty Member Lynn Tanner On July 28th, 2016 Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC), the Moultrie Community, and the entire state of Georgia, lost a truly gifted educator and friend. Mr. Lynn Tanner began his career with the former Moultrie Technical Institute 27 years ago. Over the years Tanner was an integral member of the former Moultrie Technical College Faculty and quickly became a leader during the recent merger between Moultrie Technical College and...



National Technical Honor Society Inducts New Members

The Thomasville chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) recently inducted 7 new members into the organization. The 2016 Spring NTHS inductees are Angie Reichert of Thomasville, Lacy Carillo of Cairo, Carlton Crumidy of Thomasville, Hilliary Jones of Baconton, Gail Lawson of Thomasville, Toni Perryman of Thomasville, and Gloria Brinson of Thomasville. As a national organization, NTHS has as its purpose: to promote the ideals of...



Mobile App to Offer Increased Flexibility for Students

Starting this fall, students at Southern Regional Technical College will have an increased level of flexibility on when, where, and how they can access vital College services. Available now for iOS and Android devices via the Apple App Store and Google Play, the College’s new mobile app, ‘My SRTC,’ will provide students with 24/7 access to grades, course information, and financial aid, in addition to giving students the ability to register for classes from any mobile...



Southern Regional Technical College Recognized with Top Honors at PBL National Leadership Conference in Atlanta

TIFTON, GEORGIA, July 2016—More than 1,700 of America’s best and brightest college students traveled to the Peach State to CONNECT with top future business leaders and showcase their talents as they vied for the opportunity to win more than $92,000 in cash awards. The Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) National Leadership Conference was held June 24–27 in Atlanta. Participants from across the United States attended this exciting conference to enhance their business skills, expand their networks,...