Offers a list of all two-year community colleges and technical schools within South Carolina, including brief introduction and official website address.
- Topschoolsintheusa.com: Intended to pursue an associate degree in the state of South Carolina? Here is a full list of both public and private community colleges within South Carolina.
Charleston, South Carolina
According to Countryaah.com, Charleston is a city in the state of South Carolina, USA, on a peninsula between the outlet of Ashley and Cooper River. The city has 134,875 residents, and forms the core of the greater Charleston – North Charleston (metropolitan area) urban region with 775,831 residents (U.S. Census, 2017).
Charleston is South Carolina’s most important industrial and port city. The industry is versatile, and the city’s many historical monuments attract significant tourist traffic. The shipping industry is particularly important: the city has a large port with export of commercial goods. Charleston also has a large naval base, founded in 1901, and is the seat of several colleges.
Charleston is South Carolina’s oldest city, founded in 1670. It became an important base for British colonization of the Southern States. In the 18th century, the city became an important cultural and commercial center, with the immigration of, among other things, Nuts, Jews and Irish. The city was initially called Albemark Point, but was renamed Charles Town after Charles 2. The city was the state capital between 1776 and 1786, when Columbia was built. Until 1812, the city was a center for slave traffic. The American Civil War1861-65 began with the bombing of the Fort Sumter Union Fortress at the entrance to Charleston 12-13. April 1861. Charleston was besieged by northern state troops for over two years before the city fell in 1865. The rebuilding after the Civil War was hampered by a major earthquake that struck the city in 1886. The economic growth of the 1900s was stimulated by major military installations, and the expansion of the hydroelectric power of the Santee and Cooper River (1942).
Aiken Technical College
Two-year college offers associate degrees, and both diploma and certificate programs. Offers a student handbook and registration information.
Central Carolina Technical College
Initially an “industrial training center,” this college now offers associate degrees. Serves the counties of Sumter, Clarendon, Kershaw and Lee.
Florence Darlington Technical College
Technical school serves over 3,000 students in Florence, Darlington, Dillon and Marion counties. View an academic calendar and a college catalog.
Greenville Tech College
Read about the Fast Track classes at this tech school, dubbed “the college that works.” Has campuses in Greenville, Taylors and Simpsonville.
Horry-Georgetown Technical College
School with three campuses offers program admission requirements, department Web pages, class schedules and library resources.
Midlands Technical College
School with multiple campuses offers a history of the college, an office directory, a course listing and campus maps.
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
Offers associate degrees, diplomas and certificates in vocational and tech ed. Campus is in Orangeburg on land that was once a dairy farm.
Spartanburg Technical College
Tech college describes its associate, diploma and certificate programs. Offers six programs of study.
Tri-County Technical College
Public, two-year, associate degree-awarding college is profiled. Offers continuing education info, tuition figures and an academic calendar.
Williamsburg Technical College
Two-year institution began in 1969 in Kingstree. Read about the programs of study, services and continuing-education programs.
York Technical College
Locate the campus in Rock Hill, and apply online. Offers degree, diploma and certificate programs in business, computers, and arts and sciences.