Greenville Technical College News

The Greenville Tech Foundation announced today it has been awarded annual funding from United Way of Greenville County as part of the organization’s 2024-2026 community investments.


The Truist Foundation is providing a grant in the amount of $75,000 to the Greenville Tech Foundation for the expansion of the African-American Male Scholars Initiative (AAMSI).


Bank of America, a long-standing supporter of the African American Male Scholars Initiative (AAMSI) at Greenville Technical College (GTC), has reaffirmed its dedication to fostering academic success within the African American male community with a grant of $40,000.


Ann Wright, Vice President for Advancement, has been named as a recipient of the 2023 SC Women in Business award. Each year this event is held to celebrate the spirit and culture of Women in Business. Women professionals return to this event year after year to network, share their stories, and find inspiration to power their journey forward.


The Greenville Drive, BMW, Michelin North America, Inc., Greenville County Schools, GE, and Greenville Technical College (GTC) will host Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering (AM&E) Night at Fluor Field on Tuesday, July 18. The goal is to build awareness and “ignite the passion” with students, parents, and guidance counselors across the Upstate about the exciting career opportunities that are available in the rapidly changing world of advanced manufacturing and engineering.


Lee McMinn of Greenville Technical College has been named winner of a 2023 Catalyst Award for Leading Change. This award recognizes institutions at the forefront of educational innovation, those who have used Anthology solutions to implement transformational initiatives that generate change on campus and in their academic ecosystems, with measurable results.


President's List, Dean's List, Honor Roll with Distinction, and Honor Roll recipients for Spring Semester 2023 were recently announced.


Greenville Technical College (GTC) is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. The college was recently reaffirmed for accreditation for a ten-year period, the maximum time period that can be granted.


The Greenville Tech Foundation has been awarded a $35,000 grant to support expansion of the African American Male Scholars Initiative from Power:Ed, a philanthropy of SC Student Loan Corporation.


The University of South Carolina Upstate has partnered with Greenville Technical College (GTC) to establish a Reverse Transfer Agreement that allows students who transfer from a two-year technical or community college to be awarded an associate degree by utilizing credits earned at USC Upstate.