Students Learn about Admission to OFTC | Schools
On April 22nd and 23rd, representatives from Oconee Fall Line Technical College's Student Affairs office talked with adult education students at the college's Sandersville Campus about enrollment and the admissions process.
OFTC Admissions Director Raydor Coneway spoke with the students about the variety of programs that OFTC has to offer and the admission process.
"A quality education is within your reach, and it's easy to get started," said Coneway. "OFTC's admissions representatives are happy to guide you through the application process, and we will gladly take you on a tour of any program that interests you."
OFTC's Financial Aid Director Betty Young discussed financial aid opportunities available to students to help with tuition and expenses. She encouraged them to apply for financial aid and make the most of the opportunities available to them.
OFTC's Dean of Student Affairs Johnnie Edge discussed career services, disability services, and student life activities that are available to students at the college.
Assessment Specialist David Hartley talked about the various assessments and certifications that the OFTC assessment center offers. He discussed both the COMPASS and CareerScope assessments.
"If you aren't sure which program of study to choose, we can help," said Hartley. "The CareerScope assessment is a great way to find out your interests and strengths which are helpful measures in choosing a career path that you will enjoy and also be successful."
If you are interesting in learning more about earning your GED or enrolling in a credit program of study at OFTC, please visit your local OFTC campus or call 478-553-2064 in Sandersville or 478-274-7837 in Dublin to learn more.