Greenville Technical College News

The Greenville Tech Foundation honored two major donors and highlighted their critical role in helping the college develop highly qualified students for local employment at the 2022 Champions for Student Success.


Governor Henry McMaster joined Greenville Technical College leaders, elected leaders, and community members in breaking ground for the newest building on the college’s Barton Campus, a transformative facility where students will pursue careers in healthcare and complete general education requirements.


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.


Academic achievements for Summer 2022 were recently announced including President's List, Dean's List, Honor Roll with Distinction, and Honor Roll recipients.


Greenville Technical College has received the 2022 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.


Greenville Technical College (GTC) mourns the loss of significant donor Melvin Younts.


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.


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.


Karen Luna and Margaret Gergley, students in the Dental Hygiene program at Greenville Technical College (GTC), represented the college and dental hygiene students across the state at the American Dental Hygienists’ Association annual conference, held in Louisville, Kentucky in June.


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.