Chattahoochee Technical College

February 21, 2011 by staff 

Chattahoochee Technical College, The problem is common for smaller colleges and universities to encourage the desire to devote more resources to the web reinforcement of the capacity of their sites. If online registration is available, many students prepare for this option instead of driving both college and spending on lineups. Chattahoochee Technical College is located in Marietta, GA. It serves 13,000 students in eight campuses + in the six counties. Today is the first day of registration at Chattahoochee Technical College. However, many students find the site of the College almost imperceptible. This gave thoughts that may be something extraordinary is happening on campus. There was no update on behalf of the college or Twitter. The last tweet was from February 18. Then, about 7 minutes ago the Webmaster of the College to clarify the situation and twittering as the “day of registration of handguns” is to blame on the slowness of the site.

The Webmaster has also provided a link to the college Facebook page for updated details. “CTC Webmaster – Today is the first day of registration so you may notice a slowdown in the school’s website This is caused by a large number of students accessing BannerWeb and Class Schedule S ‘ it please be patient since it is common for this time of the semester … Thank you all. ” “I tried since before 8 and still nothing,” said Ashley Altman return. Dana Garrison soon as he took 15 minutes to sign up for 3 classes.

The position of the vacant Gadsden State Community College president has attracted 42 candidates across the United States, and more are possible. Friday was the deadline for postmarked applications, but more may come next week when the mail runs after holiday Monday, officials from two-year college said. Candidates include former interim President Valerie Richardson GSCC, GSCC Business Dean Jim Prucnal, former state Rep. Ralph Burke and Associate Dean Susan Brown GSCC. The State Board of Education on Thursday to consider endorsing presidential candidates GSCC research committee. Interviewing candidates and winnowing the number of candidates is scheduled for March and April.

Three finalists will be interviewed in April, and two years Chancellor Freida Hill is expected to make a recommendation of the President of the State Council of Education on April 28. The position requires the approval of the State Council. The annual salary of a new president is, and 119,062 to 153,634 $. William “Bill” Blow was appointed acting president GSCC October 29 after President Darryl Harrison has resigned for family reasons.

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