Make Your Summer Count by enrolling at South Georgia Technical College
From Staff Reports
AMERICUS – South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) is currently registering students remotely for the online eight-week summer semester, which begins Wednesday, May 27. This is a great way for a prospective student to make his or her summer count. The online application fee and placement test requirements have been waived for admission during the Coronavirus outbreak. SGTC also provides the use of textbooks at no cost to students.
Over 450 classes will be offered in an online or distance learning option for the eight-week semester. SGTC is also offering 18 general core courses, including English, Psychology, Literature, College Algebra, Economics, Art and Music Appreciation, Political Science, and History classes. For a complete list of classes visit this site: https://www.southgatech.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Course-Schedule-for-Summer-2020-5-2020-revised-1-1.pdf.
Students who are interested or would like more information about how to apply to SGTC can visit the college website at www.southgatech.edu and discover the over 200 great associate degree, diploma, or technical certificate of credit programs available. For more information about applying online, visit https://www.southgatech.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/. For additional questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The college also offers a number of online services, including academic counseling and tutoring, that will help students navigate the summer semester. The financial aid application can be completed online, but assistance is only an email or phone call away for students with questions.
Current students can contact their instructors to enroll for summer semester. New students will be sent instructions after they complete the online application process. Make you summer count by enrolling at SGTC today for the eight-week summer semester.
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