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Liberty Campus

Liberty Campus

The Liberty Campus of Savannah Technical College is located on Airport Road (Highway 119) in Hinesville, Georgia. The state-of-the-art campus is nestled on 60 acres and serves more than 700 students every semester.

Liberty Campus offers courses leading to Associate Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates in Health Sciences, General Studies, Business and Technology, and Industrial Technology and Public Service. Many of our programs may be completed in their entirety at the Liberty Campus.

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Liberty Campus History

1967: The Savannah Area Vocational-Technical School was officially dedicated to serve the five-county area of Chatham, Bryan, Effingham, Liberty, and Long counties.

1989: Diploma programs for military personnel were established through the Army Education Center at Fort Stewart, Hinesville with 53 students.

1995: The office located at the Army Education Center at Fort Stewart closed, moving operations to General Screven Way in Hinesville.

1997: Savannah Technical Institute came under the governance of the State Board of Technical and Adult Education on July 1, 1997, as the fifth largest of 33 technical institutes.

2000: On July 6, 2000 Governor Roy Barnes officially announced the name change to Savannah Technical College.

2004: The Liberty Campus opened on Airport Road at Technology Drive in Hinesville.

2006: The Rene Kemp Industrial Technology Center on the Liberty Campus was named in honor of the late Liberty County legislator; Savannah Technical College opened a storefront office in the Paul R. Smith Army Education Center at Fort Stewart.

2008: The Liberty Campus Library was posthumously named in honor of longtime campus administrator, Glenda Giddens.

2013: Campus space is renovated to create Cosmetology and Barbering suites.

2018: Liberty Commercial Truck Driving Range begins use for Fall Semester 2018. The new range includes overhead lighting to allow night courses, a half-mile shifting track and a 2.8 acre driving pad to accommodate six simultaneous truck maneuvers.

The Liberty Campus of Savannah Technical College is located on Airport Road (Highway 119) in Hinesville, Georgia. The state-of-the-art campus is nestled on 60 acres and serves more than 700 students every semester.

Liberty Campus offers courses leading to Associate Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates in Health Sciences, General Studies, Business and Technology, and Industrial Technology and Public Service. Many of our programs may be completed in their entirety at the Liberty Campus.

Programs Offered at This Campus

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Faculty and Staff at this Campus

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Liberty Campus History

1967: The Savannah Area Vocational-Technical School was officially dedicated to serve the five-county area of Chatham, Bryan, Effingham, Liberty, and Long counties.

1989: Diploma programs for military personnel were established through the Army Education Center at Fort Stewart, Hinesville with 53 students.

1995: The office located at the Army Education Center at Fort Stewart closed, moving operations to General Screven Way in Hinesville.

1997: Savannah Technical Institute came under the governance of the State Board of Technical and Adult Education on July 1, 1997, as the fifth largest of 33 technical institutes.

2000: On July 6, 2000 Governor Roy Barnes officially announced the name change to Savannah Technical College.

2004: The Liberty Campus opened on Airport Road at Technology Drive in Hinesville.

2006: The Rene Kemp Industrial Technology Center on the Liberty Campus was named in honor of the late Liberty County legislator; Savannah Technical College opened a storefront office in the Paul R. Smith Army Education Center at Fort Stewart.

2008: The Liberty Campus Library was posthumously named in honor of longtime campus administrator, Glenda Giddens.

2013: Campus space is renovated to create Cosmetology and Barbering suites.

2018: Liberty Commercial Truck Driving Range begins use for Fall Semester 2018. The new range includes overhead lighting to allow night courses, a half-mile shifting track and a 2.8 acre driving pad to accommodate six simultaneous truck maneuvers.