Technical and Industrial Building Rendering

Building The Workforce. Impacting The Region.

Building Preview

Square Footage: 75,000 GSF

Project Estimated Cost:
$25,400,000 - Design & Construction
$5,082,600 - FF&E

SRTC Expected Contributions:
$250,000 -Local Funds
$1,000,000 -Capital Campaign Funds

Rendering provided by: Altman + Barrett Architects

Dear friends and supporters,

We are thrilled to embark on our capital campaign, aimed at raising $1,000,000 to support the expansion and enhancement of our Technical and Industrial programs on the SRTC-Moultrie campus. Our goal is to provide the necessary funding to support personnel, equipment, and technology, ensuring that students have the opportunity to learn and acquire the skills vital for success in our region's workforce. The cornerstone of this endeavor is the construction of a state-of-the-art Industrial Technology Building, which will not only accommodate the growing demand for technical education but also allow us to introduce new programs tailored to meet the evolving needs of local businesses and industries. This facility will serve as a hub of innovation and learning, equipped with cutting-edge technology such as computer-aided welding equipment and automotive painting technology. By expanding our capacity and incorporating the latest advancements in industrial training, we are committed to empowering our students to seamlessly transition from the classroom to the workforce, thus strengthening our community's economy and fostering a skilled workforce for the future. Join us in building a brighter future for our students and our region.

Message from the President

The prosperity and quality of life in Southwest Georgia are intertwined with the growth and success of Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC). SRTC’s impact is felt through the access to high-quality, industry-focused education that produces highly-skilled graduates into our local workforce. SRTC would not be what it is today without the rich tradtition of community support from local healthcare systems, business and industry, faculty and staff, and individual donors throughout our eleven-county service delivery area.

At SRTC, we appreciate the seventy-five years of support that we have experienced from the communities we serve and the many donors that have made us what we are today. We invite you to join this legacy of giving as we embark on the largest addition to any of our campus locations in the history of our college. Your gift will make a tangible difference in the workforce development of this region.

- John James Glass, III

Vision to Reality

In order to carry out these necessary and exciting capital improvements, Southern Regional Technical College is embarking on it’s first capital campaign .

SRTC’s commitment to providing cutting edge learning environments requires a significant capital investment. The {name} lead gift, along with strong community and regional support, will help make this state-of-the-art building a reality. Leadership from our closest community partners and supporters is crucial to the success of this campaign and the urgency of raising gifts toward this project cannot be underestimated.

Gifts made to The Foundation at Southern Regional Technical College build and sustain the financial legacy for perpetual support of SRTC. A 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation governed by a volunteer
Board of Trustees, the SRTC Foundation enables SRTC to deliver on its mission and provide tax benefits for gifts made to our efforts.

Your investment in the future of Southern Regional Technical College will enable the college to continue to deliver the high-quality education our community has come to expect from our higher-education institution for generations to come.

There are a variety of ways to give to this campaign. The SRTC Advancement Office staff will be delighted to discuss which type of gift might accomplish your philanthropic goals.

• Gifts of Cash
• Gifts of Securities
• Estate Gifts
• Charitable Gift Annuities
• Charitable Remainder Trusts
• Life Insurance

Your Role. Your Impact.

  1. Why is SRTC launching this campaign?

To provide necessary funding for personnel, equipment, and technology so that students have the opportunity to learn and gain the skills necessary to join our regions workforce.

  1. What is the time-frame?

This initial plan is a one-year campaign carried out to meet the $1 million goal. Support from the community, business and industry, and individuals is fundamental to the success of the campaign.

  1. How many gifts does SRTC need to reach campaign goal?



















  1. Why is my gift important?

This unprecedented effort is critical for SRTC’s future. The objectives of this campaign – to assist in building and purchasing equipment – are essential to the College’s continued success. SRTC has counted on the support from its corporate partners, business and industry, and individuals to accomplish its fundraising goals, and this challenge is no differen

SRTC is asking all community members to consider their gift to the campaign (over and above their continued support of the annual fund) as a major commitment of their charitable resources and to make a special philanthropic stretch for your local College. Your gift will make a significant difference.

  1. What are my gift options?

The campaign will be supported by a combination of pledges payable, typically over a three to five-year period. Donors may support the campaign through unrestricted gifts or they may designate their gift to a specific area. The Foundation at SRTC offers a variety of planned giving vehicles through which to make donations and will work with donors individually to help them meet their philanthropic goals.

  1. What are the funding opportunities?

A special gift opportunities plan has been developed for named or commemorative gifts to the Foundation at SRTC. Such investments offer donors the satisfaction of knowing that their commitment will exist, in perpetuity, as a memorial to their lives or the lives of loved ones. Please speak with the Office of Advancement at Southern Regional Technical College to discuss these opportunities and request more information by calling 229-225-3977 or visiting