Good evening students, It has been quite a busy week for me, but also very productive and I am happy to say, it was also a week filled with opportunities to engage with students, staff, and faculty. I hope each … Read more →
Forsyth Technical Community College COVID-19 Dashboard All persons determined to have an exposure risk, related to a confirmed case are formally contacted individually and provided information on the appropriate next steps. Forsyth Tech will update the following information each week … Read more →
Last month, the Forsyth Tech Board of Trustees presented Andrea Drum Kepple, the Order of the Long Leaf Pine – one of the most prestigious awards conferred by the Governor of North Carolina.
Technical Standards for the Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting Programs Our program technical standards have been developed to help students understand nonacademic standards, skills, and performance requirements expected of a student in order to complete this particular curriculum. If an … Read more →
Student/Graduate Goal and Completion Rate In compliance with the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM) standard 24 Publications and Disclosures. All accredited programs, and programs in candidacy status must publish student/graduate achievement and program completion … Read more →
Last month, the Healthcare Industry Professionals Serving Seniors of Winston-Salem (HIPSS) donated $2,000 for students interested in becoming certified nursing assistants. “We are grateful to the Healthcare Industry Professionals Serving Seniors for this ongoing scholarship,” said Janet Spriggs, president of … Read more →
In late August, Haywood County Schools was hit with a ransomware attack on the first day that elementary students were set to begin online instruction. The hackers gained access to the district’s computer systems and demanded money for the return … Read more →
In 2015, Harvard economists Raj Chetty and Nathaniel Hendren published a paper examining the impacts of neighborhoods on intergenerational mobility. They found that Forsyth County was the hardest place to escape childhood poverty in the country, with the exception of … Read more →
Congratulations to our Broadcasting and Production Technology students who provided video footage for this story on WFMY-TV. The video was part of a student Capstone project last semester, prior to COVID-19. The station was pleased with the quality of their … Read more →
While North Carolina’s public universities have released information about the spread of COVID-19 on their campuses since the start of the fall semester, only a few of the state’s 58 community colleges have shared similar details so far.