As the governing body of the college, the Greenville Technical College Area Commission is responsible for the development and operation of the college in accordance with the standards set forth by the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education.
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The president’s cabinet is leading the way to a future focused on student success.
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Greenville Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates.
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The college’s vision, mission and values guide us into the future.
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Greenville Technical College (GTC) is pleased to present its financial data to the constituents of South Carolina as part of an on-going effort to provide financial transparency in state government.
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Get information about the college police department and find safety and fire reports.
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See the college’s administrative policies and procedures.
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Procurement authority for Greenville Technical College.
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Working at GTC
Find out about employment opportunities at the college and more from Human Resources.
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Diversity and Inclusion
The college supports a variety of diversity and inclusion initiatives.
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Greenville Technical College is involved with a number of initiatives that improve our effectiveness.
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Check out the latest news and information about Greenville Technical College or schedule a speaker from the college’s expert bureau.
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Greenville Technical College has recently developed a new strategic plan that includes a return to teaching and learning as the college’s core mission.
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Promoting evidenced-based decision making by measuring organizational performance against the college’s mission.
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