Greenville Technical College admits some applicants under special categories and allows enrollment in certain certificate programs
that do not require a high school diploma or GED. Please note, however, that programs must be at least 16 semester credit hours in length in order to qualify for Federal financial aid (programs less than 16 semester credit hours will qualify for lottery funds).
Effective Fall Semester 2012, students enrolling at the college for the first time without a high school diploma or GED WILL NOT be eligible for Federal financial aid
. Students without a high school diploma or GED who enroll for the first time for Summer Term WILL be eligible for Federal financial aid for the duration of their program of study if they meet Ability to Benefit requirements.
Note: Admissions officers will review documents submitted and make a final decision about acceptance.