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Tri-County Technical College



Tri-County Technical College is a public, two-year community college dedicated to serving as a catalyst for the economic and lifelong development of the citizens of Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties through outstanding programs and unparalleled service. An open admissions institution with primary focus on teaching and learning, the College serves approximately 6,000 to 7,000 students through both on-campus and distance learning courses. The College grants certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees in technical, career, and transfer programs. The College also offers certificates in continuing education programs.

At Tri-County Technical College, we value

Integrity—respect for the dignit , equalit , and potential of self and others in personal and professional interactions

Responsibility—accountability in personal, communit , professional, and fiscal affairs

Accessibility—equal opportunity to advance professionally and personally in a clean, safe, stimulating, and aesthetically pleasing environment

Collaboration—partnerships among students, facult , staff, and community to promote open and effective communication, decision-making, and implementation of


ideas and processes

Tri-County Technical College will be the role model for community college education through dedication to high standards, a nurturing environment, community alliances, and innovative leadership.

Learning—facilitation of intellectual and technical growth through commitment to continuous improvement and innovation

Tri-County Technical College Foundation, Inc.

The Foundation works to create awareness within the community of the financial needs of the College not met by State or federal support and to implement a plan by which these financial needs can be met through private gifts. To fulfill these purposes, the Foundation institutes an organized program for obtaining support from alumni, friends, faculty and staff, corporations, organizations, and private foundations. In addition to soliciting major gifts for the College, the Foundation accepts, holds, invests, reinvests, and administers any gifts, bequests, and grants in money or property given to the Foundation.

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