- 2 Year
- WINSTON-SALEM, NC
- Professorsgrade B minus
- Valuegrade B minus
- Diversitygrade B
- Safetygrade B+
- Student Lifegrade B minus
- Locationgrade B
- Branch of
- North Carolina Community Colleges
Forsyth Tech has been serving the citizens of Forsyth and Stokes counties since 1960. We began as the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Industrial Education Center, offering vocational instruction and training in skilled trades.
Today, as Forsyth Technical Community College, we still offer those programs, as well as college transfer and two-year degree programs, corporate training, continuing education, personal enrichment classes, and much more.
Forsyth Technical Community College advances student success through excellence in learning,
completion, equity, and post-graduation outcomes.
Forsyth Technical Community College is a catalyst for equitable economic mobility, empowering
lives and transforming communities.
At Forsyth Technical Community College, equity is grounded in a culture of belonging. We will
intentionally design the college experience to ensure that each learner receives what they need to
Forsyth Technical Community College Rankings
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Most Popular Majors
- Liberal Arts and Humanities541 Graduates
- Automotive Mechanics248 Graduates
- Information Technology139 Graduates
- Nursing129 Graduates
- Early Childhood Education115 Graduates
- Medical Office Management85 Graduates
- Welding84 Graduates
- Mental and Social Health Services83 Graduates
- Business77 Graduates
- Paralegal52 Graduates
- Mix of Online and on Campus23%
- On Campus13%
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Forsyth Technical Community College Reviews
These are the same type of professors who don’t answer your emails, don’t grade assignments and don’t even introduce themselves in class.
I have completed degrees under the tutelage of both types of teachers and there are honestly many at the college who need to either be fired or demoted.
Before you sign onto a specific program, meet department heads and ask a lot of questions.