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A-B Tech is ready to meet your job training, college transfer and career needs with quality instructors, flexible scheduling, hands-on training, and state of the art learning facilities.

Whether you only need a few classes to finish, or you just started working on your college education, A-B Tech will assist with your admission right through program completion and your future career with financial aid, scholarships, career services and so much more.  Schedule a campus visit or an appointment with an enrollment coach today.

Why finish? Degree holders earn substantially more over their lifetime compared to those with only a high school education. Gain skills, start a new career or transfer to any N.C. public four-year college or university.

Have questions?

Call 828-398-7900 or e-mail for enrollment and financial assistance information.

Before registering for classes, new students should complete the enrollment process, and current/returning students who are enrolled in academic programs should meet with their program advisor to get a course plan. For help with enrolling at A-B Tech or registering for classes, call 828.398.7900 or email

A new curriculum class registration process started in Spring 2019. Students now use Self-Service, instead of WebAdvisor, to register for curriculum (for-credit) classes.

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Recent studies have shown that graduates with associate's degrees now get jobs faster and make more money than people with bachelor's degrees. Shouldn't you be one of them?