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Stephanie L McFerrin
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Welcome Dr. Mahan to Aiken Technical College!

Aiken Technical College has welcome Dr. Forest Mahan as its new President as of July 1.
Dr. Mahan has worked in the South Carolina Technical College System for 20 years. He began his career at Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College as a history instructor and later served as the Dean of Arts and Communications, where he supervised faculty in English, history, humanities, foreign languages and developmental studies.
He later assumed the role of Vice President for Academic Affairs at Northeaster Technical College where he led the academic affairs division including credit and non-credit programs, instructional support services and the college library. His duties then expanded to include enrollment management, financial aid, and career development under his most recent role as Vice President of Academic Affairs & Student Services.
As Mahan settles in as President of Aiken Technical College, he is looking forward to meeting with faculty, staff, students and community members and listening to their ideas and concerns. It’s about working as a team to meet the needs of students and the community, said Mahan.
“Empowerment of faculty and staff leads to great improvement in student success and our efforts to fulfill our mission to serve our stakeholders,” he said.
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