What Parents want to know about Georgia’s Technical Colleges
Do you want your children to receive a quality, affordable education and enjoy meaningful career when they graduate? Find out why TCSG is the right choice for your child’s higher education:
What can your son or daughter study at a Georgia Technical College?
TCSG offers 600 Degree, Diploma & Certificate programs including computer technology criminal justice, health sciences, nursing, culinary arts, construction management and many more.
Did you know your child may qualify for free tuition?
When you pursue a career in any one of 12 high-demand fields including computer technology, health sciences, or early childhood education, you can get started on a rewarding career and have 100% of your college tuition costs covered with Georgia’s HOPE Career Grant. Learn more.
Did you know that TCSG has a 99% placement success rate?
With 99% success rate for job placement and college transfers, our students are fast-tracked to their future.
How much will technical education cost?
A TCSG education is one of the best academic values in the Southeast, costing approximately $3,200 including tuition and fees. Students who receive a HOPE grant paid only an estimated $1,200 per year for school. Georgia technical colleges have many avenues to help pay for college. Convenient locations less than 30 minutes away from most Georgians eliminates the need for room and board, saving thousands of dollars. The ability to receive your certificate, diploma, or degree in less time also results in major cost savings.
Do credits transfer to four-year colleges and other technical colleges?
Over 25 system-wide transfer agreements making it easy to transfer to other colleges, including 4-year universities in the Georgia university system.
Did you know that Georgia’s high school students can start classes at a Georgia technical college while still in high school and that the graduation rate for students who do so is nearly 100%?
98% Graduate. Find out more.
How does your son or daughter apply for dual enrollment? How does the application process work?
The dual enrollment application process will get them started.