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At a Glance TRI-COUNTY TECHNICAL COLLEGE


About the College • Established in 1962; • Part of statewide system of 16 technical colleges; • More than 70 associate degree, diploma, and certificate programs; • Four campuses located in Pendleton, Anderson, Easley, and Seneca; • Among the fastest-growing two-year colleges in South Carolina and the nation; • Nearly 13,000 persons enroll in continuing education programs annually; • 350 full-time employees and 450 part-time employees; • Home to the Bridge to Clemson program, a distinctive academic transfer program offered by invitation only to a select group of academically talented freshmen; • Work-based learning experiences include the BMW Technical Scholars Program, Michelin Technical Scholars Program, Duke Energy Co-op Program, and more; • Learning through Community and Connections program for first-time postsecondary students that emphasizes peer interaction in a thematic learning community environment; • Patriots’ Place for student veterans to access resources and services; • Technical Career Pathways for high school students

• Learning Beyond Campus opportunities, including programs in Mexico and Boston, MA; • $23 million in financial aid awarded during the 2014-15 academic year; • Flexible course scheduling, including fulltime, part-time, daytime, nighttime, and online options;

FOUNDATION

FACILITIES

SERVICES TO EMPLOYERS

• Pendleton Campus: 91 acres, 11 buildings • Anderson Campus: 41½ acres, 42,000square-foot Academic Building and QuickJobs Development Center • Easley Campus: 37½ acres, QuickJobs Development Center and Academic Building • Oconee Campus at the Hamilton Career Center: 4,340-square-foot building and QuickJobs Development Center; plans include construction of a new Workforce Development Center in the Oconee County Industry and Technology Park • State-of-the art Industrial Technology Center: 43,000 square feet on five acres in Sandy Springs • Senator Billy O’Dell Learning Center at the Watkins Community Center in Honea Path

• Center for Workforce Excellence for business and industry training; • readySC™ training for new and expanding industries; • Cooperative education, internship, and apprenticeship programs to help companies build their workforce; • Job placement services to assist employers. • WorkKeys® Certification • QuickJobs Certification • S.C. Manufacturers Certification (SCMC) • Entrepreneurial Training

Financials |

• Established in 1985; • The largest foundation in the S.C. Technical College System; • Assets of more than $24 million in FY 15; • Provides scholarships, faculty and staff development, equipment, and educational support.

STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS

• Driving organizational success through our people • Reinventing our offerings to adapt to changing realities • Positioning and equipping students for success • Embracing personal accountability for students’ learning

FISCAL YEAR ‘15

BUDGET

OPERATIONS BUDGET $42,933,161

RESTRICTED (Federal, State, Other) $33,134,000

OPERATIONS EXPENDITURES by Function

OPERATIONS REVENUE by Source 5.4% 5.2% 7.0%

TOTAL $76,067,161

OPERATIONS by Expenditure Category 0.9% 3.9%

5.3%

6.7%

9.3% 8.6%

11.3%

10.1% 48.7%

55.8%

14.6%

10.3%

15.3%

65.3%

16.3%

Credit Tuition and Fees 55.8% State Appropriations 15.3% Auxiliary Enterprises 11.3% County Appropriations 7.0% Corporate and Community Education Division 5.4% n Miscellaneous 5.2% n n n n n

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Instruction 48.7% Academic and Student Support 16.3% Auxiliary Enterprises 10.3% Operations and Plant Maintenance 10.1% Administrative and General 9.3% Corporate and Community Education Division 5.3%

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Salaries and Benefits 65.3% Contractual Services 14.6% Purchases for Resale (Bookstore) 8.6% Fixed Charges 6.7% Supplies and Materials 3.9% Faculty/Staff Development & Travel 0.9%


MISSION Tri-County Technical College, a public community college, focuses on teaching, learning, and helping students reach their goals. The College supports economic development for Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties in South Carolina by preparing a highly skilled workforce. VISION Passionate people transforming lives and building strong communities one student at a time. ROLE AND SCOPE An open-door institution of higher education, the College offers affordable, accessible, collaborative, and learner-centered instruction. Offerings include university transfer associate degree programs and applied technical associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates in more than 70 majors associated with business, health, public service, and industrial and engineering technologies. The College also offers developmental courses for students who need to improve their basic academic skills. The College promotes economic development in the region through customized education and training for local businesses and industries through credit and continuing education offerings and a variety of workforce training programs. The College has campuses located in Pendleton, Anderson, Easley, and Seneca, as well as learning centers in Honea Path and Sandy Springs. The College also offers online classes and a variety of academic and support services. Tri-County Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Tri-County Technical College. Tri-County Technical College does not discriminate in admission or employment on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, qualifying disability, veteran’s status, age or national origin.

Student Population

2015 FALL SEMESTER ENROLLMENT*

ENROLLMENT

6,386

55.8% FULL-TIME

44.2%

AVERAGE STUDENT AGE

PART-TIME

23 GENDER

FISCAL YEAR ‘15 SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

9,007 STUDENTS AWARDED MORE THAN $23 MILLION , INCLUDING:

52.6% FEMALE 47.4%

52.6% FEMALE

MALE

47.4% MALE

2,352 Lottery scholarships totaling $3,014,900 3,027 Pell Grants totaling $10,262,335

ETHNICITY

81.5%

1,610 LIFE scholarships totaling $7,349,863

WHITE

419 Foundation scholarships totaling 411,526.68

10.2% BLACK

*Preliminary figure

8.3% OTHER


Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates

MAILING ADDRESS

Arts & Sciences Division (University Transfer)

P.O. Box 587 Pendleton, SC 29670

Associate in Arts, A.A. Associate in Science, A.S. University Studies Certificate

PENDLETON CAMPUS

7900 Highway 76 Pendleton, SC 29670 ANDERSON CAMPUS

511 Michelin Blvd. Anderson, SC 29625 EASLEY CAMPUS

1774 Powdersville Rd. Easley, SC 29642 OCONEE CAMPUS

Hamilton Career Center 100 Vocational Dr. Seneca, SC 29672

INFORMATION

864-646-TCTC (8282) TOLL-FREE

1-866-269-5677 TDD/VOICE

1-800-735-2905 WEBSITE

www.tctc.edu

Business & Public Services Division Accounting, A.A.S. • Financial Accounting Certificate • Managerial Accounting Certificate • Payroll Accounting Certificate • Tax Accounting Certificate Administrative Office Technology, A.A.S. Administrative Office Technology - Medical Emphasis, A.A.S. • Administrative Support Diploma • Data Entry Clerk Certificate • Medical Office Specialist Certificate • Office Support Specialist Certificate Computer Technology, A.A.S. Computer Technology – Information Technology Emphasis, A.A.S. Criminal Justice Technology, A.A.S. • Law Enforcement and Corrections Services Certificate Early Childhood Development Concentration, General Technology, A.A.S. • Early Childhood Development Certificate • Child Care Management Certificate • Infant/Toddler Certificate Management, A.A.S. Management - Banking and Finance Emphasis, A.A.S. • Business Foundations Certificate • Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management Certificate • Human Resource Specialist Certificate • Marketing Certificate Radio and Television Broadcasting, A.A.S. • Digital Photography Certificate • Digital Production Techniques Certificate • Graphic Communications Certificate

Engineering Graphics Technology, A.A.S. General Engineering Technology, A.A.S. • Engineering Science - Transfer Certificate Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning Technology, A.A.S. Industrial Electronics Technology, A.A.S. • Basic Electronics Certificate Manufacturing Management and Leadership, A.A.S. • Introduction to Manufacturing Management Technology Certificate • Manufacturing and Continuous Process Improvement Certificate • Introduction to Quality Assurance Certificate Mechatronics Technology Concentration, General Technology, A.A.S. • Technical Operations I Certificate • Technical Operations II Certificate Residential Wiring Certificate Welding Technology Concentration, General Technology, A.A.S. • Industrial Welding Certificate • Multi-Process Welding Certificate • Operation of Manufacturing Robots Certificate • SMAW Pipe Welding Certificate • SMAW Structural Welding Certificate

Health Education Division Nursing (A.D.N.), A.A.S. • L.P.N. TO A.D.N. • Nursing Preparation Certificate • Health Science Certificate Expanded Duty Dental Assisting Diploma Medical Assisting Diploma Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S. Pharmacy Technician Diploma Practical Nursing Diploma Pre-Dental Hygiene Certificate Pre-Pharmacy Concentration, General Technology, A.A.S. Surgical Technology Diploma Veterinary Technology, A.A.S.

Engineering & Industrial Technology Division Automotive Technology, A.A.S. • Automotive Air Conditioning Systems Certificate • Automotive Braking Systems Certificate • Automotive Engine Electrical Systems Certificate • Automotive Engine Performance Systems Certificate • Automotive Transmission Systems Certificate CNC Programming and Operations, A.A.S. • Basic Machining Certificate • CAD/CAM/CNC Fundamentals Certificate • Introduction to CNC Certificate

(PR Office-10/15)

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