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ATC comes in second place for Perdue Award

Anthony Parker, ATC president Anthony Parker, ATC president
ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany Technical College is named second best in Georgia.

For the second year in a row, Albany Tech was runner-up in the Perdue Award for Technical College of the Year.

Lanier Technical College in Hall County won.

Albany Tech President Dr. Anthony Parker credits the faculty and students for the accomplishment.

“This is an attractive environment for higher education. Its relatively inexpensive and our students have pathways to major universities and beyond. So continue to tell our story, and continue to work hard and do those things we are charged to do,” Dr. Anthony Paker, Albany, Tech President.

The colleges were judged on enrollment growth,student services and graduation rates.

Moultrie Tech was also named a runner-up.

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