West Georgia Technical College, also known as WGTC, was founded in 1966. It was then known as the Troup County Area Vocational Technical School, and was given its present name in the year 1987. The main campus of WGTC is located on 88 acres of land in LaGrange, Georgia. The college also operates branch campuses in West Point in Troup County, Luthersville, Manchester, and Greenville, in Meriwether County, and Franklin in Heard County.
West Georgia Technical College offers the Associate of Applied Science degree in various fields of study. A number of technical certificates and diploma programs are also offered. The academic divisions of WGTC include:
West Georgia Technical College supports several professional student organizations. Students are involved in clubs and organizations such as the Phi Beta Lambda, Student Nurses of LaGrange, Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, Student Government Association, New Connections - Single Parent Group, Radiologic Student Organization, and National Technical Honor Society.
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