Vanessa Clark receives FM Rogers Leadership Award

This award was created to honor the exemplary leadership and commitment to helping others demonstrated by FM Rogers who served as dean of the college’s Business and Public Service Division from 1997 to 2009.

Greenville Tech students and professor capture criminal justice awards

Assistant Professor Cassie Walls and five of her students, representing the Criminal Justice program at Greenville Technical College, received the overall conference trophy at the American Criminal Justice Association Lambda Alpha Epsilon Region V Conference held recently in Tallahassee, Florida.

Clark to lead Honors Program

Rebecca Clark has been named director of the Honors Program. A member of the college’s English faculty since 2016, she has also taught composition, rhetoric, and literature at other colleges across the Upstate.

Grant grows collision repair program

3M and the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) have awarded a $10,000 grant to the Auto Body Repair program at GTC, one of only two colleges in the nation to receive this funding.

Greenville Technical College Restructures Academics

Greenville Technical College has restructured its academic divisions into six schools. These schools align with pathways offered by Greenville County Schools as they group academic choices into clusters that are logical and easy for the public to access. Additionally, the six schools correlate with the target industries of the county via the Greenville Area Development Corporation (GADC).

League for Innovation recognizes Expressway to Tiger Town partnership

The Expressway to Tiger Town initiative, a partnership between Greenville County Schools, Greenville Technical College, and the Clemson University College of Education, has received a 2019 Innovation of the Year Award from the League for Innovation in the Community College.

GTC honored with national NCMPR gold award

The college's Marketing and Communications department was recognized with a national gold award from the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR) in the special event campaign category for the branding and awareness of the first "Community Fest @ Greenville Tech".

The Greenville Tech Foundation joins A Community Thrives

The Greenville Tech Foundation is competing for grant money in A Community Thrives, a nationwide program focused on helping organizations by shining a national spotlight on their community building initiatives.