Greenville Technical College Celebrates Graduates at December Commencement

Commencement for Greenville Technical College graduates was held at the Greenville Convention Center on Friday, December 16. Included were 350 registered participants (additional students graduated but did not participate), 9 military veterans, 128 graduates with a GPA of 3.4 or higher, and 16 graduates with a perfect 4.0 GPA.

$0 Tuition Extended at Greenville Technical College Through Spring 2023

Students at Greenville Technical College will continue to pay $0 tuition for Spring Semester 2023 thanks to a decision today by the college’s governing board. The effort allows the college to produce more graduates, fostering greater economic mobility and creating the highly skilled workforce South Carolina employers need to grow.

Governor appoints Bedingfield as chairman of South Carolina Opioid Recovery Fund Board

Eric Bedingfield, governmental affairs director at Greenville Technical College, has been appointed by Governor Henry McMaster as chairman of the South Carolina Opioid Recovery Fund Board, the group charged with disbursement decisions for South Carolina Opioid Settlement Funds from the 2022 National Opioids Settlement and future settlements.

United Bank Assists with Emergency Student Needs

United Bank's gift will assist students who have unmet critical needs, providing help with medical bills, utilities, rent, bus passes, and other financial burdens that could otherwise cause a student to drop out.

AFL Funds Emergency Student Needs for STEM Students

AFL, an international manufacturer headquartered in Spartanburg, has awarded $10,000 to the Greenville Tech Foundation to assist students at the college who are enrolled in STEM programs when they experience emergency financial needs that may prevent them from progressing in their education.

Chef Bill Twaler named director at the Truist Culinary and Hospitality Innovation Center

Chef Bill Twaler has been selected as director at GTC's Truist Culinary and Hospitality Innovation Center (CHI). Twaler has been a vital member of the CHI team for the past year and has played an instrumental role in developing, promoting, and delivering Quick Jobs programs there, giving graduates entry-level skills for the culinary field in a matter of weeks.