Governor Executive Order, OFTC Closed for In-person Instruction with Limited Exceptions Through Spring Term

In accordance with Governor Brian Kemp’s Executive Order, OFTC will remain closed for in-person instruction with limited exceptions through the rest of the Spring 2020 semester. In lieu of in-person instruction, OFTC will transition to distance education learning beginning April 6, 2020 for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.

“OFTC faculty and staff are working hard to provide students with online/distance education instruction for credit and adult education classes,” reports OFTC President Erica Harden. “Faculty members will be reaching out to students to help them transition to this new mode of delivery. As we near the end of the term, we will try to provide limited in-person access for some lab courses. However, we will continue to proceed with an abundance of caution as our students’, faculty members’, staff members’ and our community members’ health and safety are our utmost concern.”

The business and industry division staff are working to develop online/distance education/video conferencing for some of their training programs. All OFTC employees are all working to support our training programs and keeping its campuses safe and secure.

OFTC is committed to working together to help our credit, adult education, and business and industry students succeed.

Please continue to monitor the OFTC web site and READ your OFTC emails. We have a new frequently asked questions section on our updates page which will provide a lot of helpful information.

Additional online resources related to OFTC’s closure and move to online classes: