Appeared as part of the Community College sponsored section in the March 2019 issue.
Fayetteville Technical Community College is the smart choice for education, and prospective students can easily see why when visiting our campus locations in Fayetteville, Spring Lake, and at the Fort Bragg Training and Education Center or our website for virtual tours of our campus and programs of study. With over 250 academic programs of study to choose from leading to an associate degree, certificate, or diploma, students can choose from a variety of program options in the fields of business, computer technology, engineering and applied technology, health, public service, arts and humanities, and math and sciences. Courses—and even entire programs of study—are available online or in the traditional classroom setting. While enjoying the beauty of our campuses, students can enhance their college experience by participation in student organizations, athletics, and unique programs that foster growth through leadership roles and engagement with peers on campus and from the community. Fayetteville Tech also has excellent options for quiet study times, such as the newly renovated Paul H. Thompson Library, computer labs, or even beautiful outdoor areas to enjoy nature. Tuition expenses are considerably lower than at four-year colleges, yet the quality of education is high. With scholarship opportunities and financial aid assistance, FTCC opens its doors to all who seek education, paving the way to a brighter future for its students. Whether a recent high school graduate, a transitioning soldier, or a workforce member seeking to upgrade or learn new skills, FTCC helps students save money by completing a two-year education and then transferring to a four-year college or entering the workforce career-ready. FTCC offers Transition Tech, a no-cost educational program for transitioning soldiers, which provides credentials in various occupations to help soldiers succeed in the civilian workforce. FTCC is home of the All American Veterans Center, staffed by veterans and offering a number of specialized services and educational counseling for veterans. Students can pursue FTCC’s Corporate and Continuing Education programs of study to receive a high school equivalency, quickly gain the necessary job skills for career success, or pursue a personal hobby or special interest. FTCC has expanded its athletics program, which now includes Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Golf, Men’s Baseball, Women’s Softball, and Women’s Volleyball. Join us, and discover why over 38,000 curriculum and continuing education students annually choose Fayetteville Tech as their smart choice for education.
Dr. J. Larry Keen, President
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2201 Hull Road, Fayetteville, NC 28303