Apply to Miller-Motte’s Technical College in Georgia and Enter the Workforce in as little as 9-24 Months

Are you stuck in a dead end job and looking to start a career with advancement opportunities?  Are you searching for a career that fits your interests? Maybe you’re a high school graduate looking to train for a new career without spending the time and money required by a traditional four year college?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, career education from Miller-Motte’s Technical College in Georgia may be right for you.

Miller-Motte Technical College Columbus, GA provides quality career education programs that provide you with the knowledge and hands-on training employers are looking for. In as little as 9-24 months you’ll gain the skills needed to succeed in the job market and in your career.

The Miller-Motte Technical College Difference:

Quality Education Employers Trust

If you’re looking to get a competitive edge in the workforce, Miller-Motte Technical College is the place to be. Our instructors have experience in their field, so when you complete your training, you can be sure you’ll have the skills needed to succeed in your career.

We also work closely with local employers and tailor our career training programs to mirror what they’re looking for in new employees. Our career and technical schools in Georgia produce highly trained job candidates, so when companies are hiring, many come to Miller-Motte Technical College to fill their positions. 

Personalized Attention

Our staff is dedicated to making sure you succeed academically and in your career. Our programs have small classes to allow you to receive the personal attention necessary to do well. If you need further assistance, one-on-one tutoring is available for free, anytime you need it.

Lifetime Career Assistance

Part of what makes Miller-Motte different is our Lifetime Career Assistance. Our Career Services team will work with you individually to prepare you for the workforce by providing résumé writing help, interview coaching, job leads and more. Our dedicated staff will also help you create a professional portfolio that highlights your knowledge and accomplishments. With a well written résumé, a professional portfolio and the skills you’ve learned at Miller-Motte Technical College, you’ll be able to walk into any interview with confidence. And most importantly, this help doesn't stop after graduation. We are here to help you no matter where you are in your career. 

These services aren’t only for recent graduates. We provide career help to all of our alumni, no matter when they graduated.

Career Education Programs at Miller-Motte Technical College:

Miller-Motte Technical College Columbus, GA offers a variety of Certificate and Degree programs in fields like:

Need help finding a career that’s right for you? Let our Admissions Representatives help you choose a career you’ll love. When you schedule a campus tour, you can take our free career assessment test,  the Personality Profile: Understanding Yourself and Others. Using the results of this profile, our Admissions team can help you find a career that’s in line with your interests and your personality. Call us today at 800.705.9182 for more information.

Contact Miller-Motte Technical College Columbus, GA to Start on the Path to Success!

If you’re hardworking, motivated and live in the Phenix City, Fort Benning South, Salem or surrounding areas, Miller-Motte Technical College Columbus, GA can help you turn your career around. 

Learn how we can help you get started on the path to success by contacting an Admissions Representative at 800.705.9182 or click here to request more information.



The U. S. Department of Education (the “Department”) requires that we bring to your attention important information about our accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), and our pursuit of alternative accreditation.

Your ability to use federal student aid to pay for your program with Miller-Motte Technical College - Columbus depends on our being accredited by an accrediting agency that is recognized by the Department. In December 2016 the Department ended its recognition of ACICS and is requiring that we and all other ACICS-accredited schools obtain accreditation from another recognized accreditor by June 12, 2018.

Miller-Motte Technical College - Columbus is operating and offering its programs without interruption while it pursues alternative accreditation by completing an acquisition transaction with a school group that is accredited by another recognized accrediting agency, the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (“ACCSC”). If the transaction is completed, Miller-Motte Technical College - Columbus will become an ACCSC-accredited campus of that school group. While there is no guarantee the transaction will be successfully completed, remaining work on the transaction is proceeding quickly and we believe it can be completed in December 2017, well before the June 12, 2018 deadline for alternative accreditation. If the transaction cannot be completed for any reason, Miller-Motte Technical College - Columbus will make every effort to identify another path to alternative accreditation.

If Miller-Motte Technical College - Columbus has not obtained alternative accreditation by June 12, 2018, you will not be able to use federal student aid to pay for any academic terms in your program that begin after that date. This means that you will be responsible for payment of the full tuition and fees charged for those academic terms unless you obtain alternate financing. We realize you may have questions and concerns you want to raise with us. The situation is unique, but we will do our best to address all of your questions. Please do not hesitate to make an appointment with the Campus Director to discuss your questions and concerns.

Any current or prospective student who has a complaint relating to Title IV eligibility or administration, the quality of education received at Miller-Motte Technical College - Columbus or otherwise relating to the accreditation standards of ACICS can submit that complaint to any of the following channels:

The Department’s Federal Student Aid Feedback System:

ACICS’s Complaint Procedures: Visit “About Us/Complaint Procedures” at

Georgia Non-public Postsecondary Education Commission
2082 East Exchange Place Suite 220
Tucker, Georgia 30084-5305
(770) 414-3300