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It’s an amazing first step to choose a quality education that OFTC has to offer each and every student. From the classroom instruction and hands-on labs, you will be ready to enter into the workplace prepared with the knowledge and skills to be the best you can be.

Additional Admissions Steps by Student Type

Some students types have additional steps or requirements for admissions. Click on your student below:

Claim Your Spot with GEORGIA MATCH

The colleges listed on your GEORGIA MATCH letter are an academic match based on your HOPE GPA, and the colleges listed are holding a spot for you in their Fall 2024 Class. If you didn’t receive a letter, you can check your list on your GAfutures Student Dashboard.

And while this gives you an initial idea of where you might be eligible to study, remember that you’ll still need to submit an official application to join our OFTC family or any other institution of your choice.

DISCLAIMER: Being listed on your GEORGIA MATCH letter or Dashboard signifies a provisional acceptance. It doesn’t guarantee your admission to Oconee Fall Line Technical College or any other specific college, university, or particular major/program of study. The final call on admissions is made based on the college’s criteria, your final transcript, and your high school graduation status.

Assistance Is Available!

OFTC’s Office of Admissions

South Campus
Dubose Porter Business & Industry Training Center
560 Pinehill Road
Dublin, GA 31021

North Campus
1189 Deepstep Road
Sandersville, GA 31082

You can also visit your nearest OFTC campus for assistance OR email admissions:

Hours of Operation

Monday – Thursday | 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday | 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Additional information on Admissions is available in the online OFTC Catalog.

Oconee Fall Line Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Oconee Fall Line Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, age or disability in admissions, in employment, or in access to its educational programs and/or activities.