Faculty & Staff News
We are proud to announce that our 2022 Report to the Community was selected for a Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Award – Best of District III.
Since the inception of our new brand in the fall of 2020, the Department of Marketing, Communications, and College Relations has been at the forefront of redefining the perception of the community college experience. Their mission: to challenge and change the perception that community colleges are secondary to four-year universities. The 2022 Report to the Community, their latest Annual Report, stands as a testament to this bold and transformative journey.
This report is a summary of a year’s worth of achievements presented as a 138-page narrative, meticulously crafted, showcasing the vibrancy and diversity of Forsyth Tech. Each page is a blend of entirely original content, featuring spectacular photography and compelling stories, perfectly bound and finished with a matte texture.
The Report to the Community takes the reader on a journey through every campus and center operated by the college, delves into inspiring student initiatives and successes, and shines a spotlight on the outstanding work of faculty and staff.
Dr. Janet Spriggs, President of Forsyth Tech, expressed her happiness with this recognition. “This award is a reflection of our commitment to excellence and our belief in the power of community colleges to change lives. The 2022 Report to the Community is a declaration of our promise and potential – and the potential we see in each and every one of our students,” she said.
As our college continues to be a catalyst for equitable economic mobility, this CASE Award serves as a reminder of the impact and importance of community colleges in shaping futures and transforming communities. Forsyth Tech, one of only two community colleges to be recognized by CASE on a national scale, once again proves that it is at the forefront of redefining the community college narrative. You can view the Report to the Community by clicking here.