As a private, non-profit technical college, we know the value of Career & Technical Education (CTE). We also know that not everyone knows what a technical education is, and how it differs from other educational pathways. So in honor of CTE Month this February, we wanted to share a short video explainer about technical education. […]
Dunwoody College of Technology would like to congratulate the Class of 2020! Watch the videos below for messages from President Rich Wagner, Board of Trustees Chair Mike LeJeune, our students, and our faculty and staff.
Bachelor of Architecture student designs James Bond inspired home Who hasn’t dreamed of the secret agent life filled with gadgets, a jet-setting lifestyle and an Aston Martin in the garage. Part of that fantasy could be realized thanks to the vision and design skills of Dunwoody Architecture student Austin Rastall and his instructor Kerrik Wessel. […]
Dunwoody celebrates new space, thriving initiatives, and five years of enrollment growth On September 28, 2018, Dunwoody celebrated a milestone: the grand opening of the College’s new Learning Commons and Welcome Center. Current students, employees, members of the community, alumni, and Dunwoody supporters all attended the unveiling, where they were able to tour the renovation […]
“Dunwoody’s committed to developing the skills that are necessary for employers in the community to have job-ready, young people to fill the needs that we have for growth,” said Vicki Hold, President & CEO of Proto Labs.
“I always thought that I had that creative mindset, but I was never able to bring it to reality,” Mechanical Engineering Student Tommy Dao said. “Before Dunwoody, I never touched a mill or a lathe. And so for me to grab raw material and make it into something that has value, it was very rewarding.”
Dunwoody’s hands-on NATEF-accredited Automotive Department offers training in five manufacturer programs. Discover the Difference in an automotive education from Dunwoody today!
Student Spotlight Aaron McCauley-Aburto, Bachelor of Architecture Expected Graduation: May 2019 Aaron McCauley-Aburto is a military veteran and part of the first group of students who are enrolled in the Bachelor of Architecture program here at Dunwoody. “There is a huge sense of ownership in the program,” McCauley-Aburto said. “Not only do we get to […]