Chattahoochee Technical College has unveiled a new logo as the college prepares for a robust 2021 fall semester.
“Students will return to a full schedule of in-person classes when fall semester begins on Aug. 16,” said Vice President of Advancement Jennifer Nelson. “The new logo reflects the college’s larger branding initiative to reflect the significant role Chattahoochee Tech has in serving as a place where students can thrive.”
Chattahoochee Tech awards associate degrees, diplomas and certificates in more than 40 programs of study for students to become highly skilled professionals in some of the nation’s fastest-growing, high-demand career fields. Even throughout the challenges presented by the global coronavirus pandemic, the college prevailed in its mission to educate students with a combination of online instruction and carefully controlled, on-campus instruction for essential labs. Despite the additional challenges they faced to complete their college education during the pandemic, hundreds of Chattahoochee Tech students completed programs of study that prepared them for highly skilled jobs available in the local workforce.
“As the college moves forward, we are devoted to helping even more students receive the educational training they need to launch successful careers and build productive lives,” said Nelson. “We are very proud of the fact that Chattahoochee Tech graduates are meeting the increasing demand from local employers for highly skilled workers to fill well-paying jobs available now in our community.”
The new Chattahoochee Tech logo, which was designed in-house, replaces the college’s previous logo that had been in use since 2009, when the college merged with North Metro Technical College and Appalachian Technical College to form one institution.