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Students at Piedmont Technical College recently headed back to class. Interested students still have time to enroll for Late Term, which begins February 19.
Registrar Tamatha Sells, left, assists practical nursing student Autumn Barnett of Abbeville with her student ID.
Two members of Piedmont Technical College’s Continuing Education and Economic Development division have been recognized for their outstanding work by the South Carolina Association for Higher Continuing Education (SCAHCE).
The Piedmont Education & Business Alliance recently hosted its eighth annual Guidance Standards and Career Development Workshop at Piedmont Technical College. The event drew nearly 100 school counselors and career development professionals from 10 school districts in Abbeville, Clinton, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry, Ninety Six, Saluda and Ware Shoals.
Like many people across the state of South Carolina, Wade Nicholson has had to reinvent himself. He has found the tools for that reinvention at Piedmont Technical College.
Nicholson graduated from Saluda High School and went on to college at the University of South Carolina. College wasn’t what he wanted at the time, so he began working for a large textile manufacturer.
Recent graduates of Piedmont Technical College’s nursing program at the Greenwood campus were recognized in a pinning ceremony in December. Nearly 200 students graduated from the Piedmont Tech nursing program in 2010.
Recent graduates of Piedmont Technical College’s nursing programs were recognized in a pinning ceremony in December.
Piedmont Technical College's fall 2012 Senior ADN Nursing class sponsored their annual health fair and worked through the Nursing Management and Leadership course to provide community service and raise money.
If your New Year’s resolution is to enroll in college, Piedmont Technical College can help make it easy.
PTC will be offering Instant Admissions Day on Thursday, January 3. Admissions and financial aid counselors will be on hand to help students through the entire enrollment process in just one day.
“We wanted to provide students with a one-stop option to enroll in classes,” said Tanisha Latimer, dean of enrollment management.
The Multipurpose building at Piedmont Technical College was the setting for the culmination of many dreams for the more than 200 Piedmont Technical College graduates who took center stage Thursday.
Dr. Ray Brooks, president, welcomed graduates, family and guests to celebrate the accomplishments of the graduates.
Piedmont Technical College’s work to implement the Lean methodology in a community college setting has won the College a second national recognition.
PTC has been selected as a finalist for a prestigious 2013 Bellwether Award, which recognizes outstanding, innovative programs and practices that are successfully leading community colleges into the future.