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A-B Tech Madison Site
4646 US Hwy 25-70, Marshall, NC 28753
Nestled in the heart of the mountains, the A-B Tech Madison Site serves residents of three counties as well as parts of eastern Tennessee.
The Madison Site is a full-service campus. Students may apply to the college, take the placement test (CPT), receive advising for curriculum programs, register and pay tuition for Curriculum/Continuing Education classes, obtain text books, prepare and test for GED, or enroll in a wide variety of Continuing Education classes for personal enrichment or job enhancement.
Director: Sherri Davis
Location: Off U.S. 25-70 in Marshall. It serves the residents of Madison, north Buncombe, and Yancey Counties, as well as areas of eastern Tennessee.
Madison County JobLink Career Center (located on Site) provides job seekers and employers free access to a variety of employment and training services.
GED enrollment is up, as well as the number of instructors and hours offered. The Site has now included GED testing.
Students and members of the community repeatedly tell the staff and instructors how thankful they are that A-B Tech provides classes and testing in Madison County.
Golden LEAF Scholarship Programs
Scholarships are available to students from qualifying counties, who demonstrate financial need, to help them attend college at a participating North Carolina community college. Madison County is a qualifying county for the Golden LEAF Scholarship Program. To apply, please contact Sherri Davis at 398-7701 or Leronica Casey at 398-7562.
Up to $750 per semester, including summer term, is available for curriculum students and up to $250 per semester for students enrolling in occupational programs. Awards can be applied toward tuition, fees, books, supplies at the community college where enrolled, transportation, child care expenses related to attending classes, and mid-skills credential testing upon course completion.
Golden LEAF Scholarships for Community College Transfer Students
Golden LEAF scholarships are also available for community college transfer students, transferring to a participating 4-year college or university through a separate scholarship program. Visit CFNC.org/goldenleaf for more information on this program.