When the Student Affairs team from Liberty Campus traveled to Atlanta last month to receive the Governor’s Commendation for Customer Service, they were honored to be among the 39 chosen from across the state for recognition.
Now, they have learned that they are in the final running for the Governor’s Annual Award for Excellent in Customer Service and are among a select group of finalists to be honored at an event to be held September 28. In announcing the selection, College President Kathy S. Love thanked team members saying, “Thanks for making Savannah Technical College shine. This award verifies that a customer service mindset goes a long way toward making our customers feel welcome and makes their college experience a pleasant one.” The group is one of two finalists from the Technical College System of Georgia.
The nomination was put forth by Anthony Adams, an instructor in the Computer Information Systems area at the Liberty Campus and an active student advisor. In his nomination, Adams wrote, “All of the people that work within these areas (admissions, information gathering and dissemination, financial aid, veterans’ affairs; testing (COMPASS and WorkReady), transcript processing, data entry, GoArmyEd, and more) are dedicated to making it better for all involved. They operate like a daily think tank of creative development.”
Savannah Technical College is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia and serves 4700 students each quarter with campuses in Savannah, Effingham and Liberty counties.
The Liberty Campus, in Hinesville, enrolls approximately 700 students each quarter and also operates an office in the Army Education Center on post at Fort Stewart.
For more information about the campus and the academic programs available, call the Liberty Campus at 912.408.3024 or visit www.savannahtech.edu.