How to Get Started at Forsyth Tech
Our website contains a lot of information about a lot of different things. If you’re not sure what to do or where to go first, read through this page. It should help you find the information you need. (Click on any underlined word to go directly to that page on the website.)
How to Find the Course Or Program You Want
Credit Track programs let you earn a degree, diploma or certificate in a specialized area.
- An Associate in Arts or Associate in Science (College Transfer) degree prepares you to transfer to a four-year school as a junior.
- Associate in Applied Science degrees, diplomas and certificates prepare you to enter a career right away. You can see our complete list of available programs listed A to Z, by division, by industry or by location.
College in High School programs are for high school students who want to earn college credits by taking courses at Forsyth Tech.
Economic & Workforce Development programs include:
- JobsNOW, Health and Safety and Trade Skills job training programs
- GED, Adult High School, Basic Skills, and English as a Second Language adult education programs
- Career Readiness Certificate, Skills Assessment and Employment Skills career advancement programs
- Driving School and MSF Courses
- Small Business Center seminars and classes for business owners or those who want to start a business
- Corporate and Industrial Training, such as Six Sigma and Lean and Human Resources Management Education
- Programs for employers, such as Workforce Skills Training, Workforce Assessments and the NAM-Endorsed Skills Certification System
- Personal Enrichment courses of all kinds
If you’re not sure which area you want, go to our Find What You’re Looking For section.
How to Get Information on Applying and Registering for Classes
If you want to enter a Credit Track program and earn a degree, you’ll need to check out our:
For more links, go to our Admissions page.
If you want to take a course or join a program in the Economic & Workforce Development division, go to the specific page listed above for registration information.
How to Get Information on Getting Help at Forsyth Tech
Forsyth Tech offers a number of Student Services that can help you reach your educational goals.
- The Student Success Center for orientation and academic advising
- The Learning Resource Center for one-on-one tutoring
- The Shugart Women’s Center for counseling and mentoring for female students
- The James A. Rousseau II Minority Male Mentoring Program for advice and guidance to minority male students
- Many Clubs and Organizations for support for students dealing with specific issues or difficulties
That should get you started. But we also encourage you to explore our site to discover the many different courses, programs and services we have to offer.