Mission, Vision, & Values

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.

Values
Integrity: To be our ideal selves, doing right, and upholding and demonstrating high ethical standards at all times.

Respect: An understanding that everyone is important and is valued. To be open to accepting and balancing the different views of yourself and others. To preserve dignity in ourselves and others and to interact in a manner that promotes trust, openness, and understanding.

Community Minded: To be good citizens within the College community, upholding policies and procedures and taking responsibility for making the working and learning environment better for all. To go above and beyond the boundaries of our position descriptions, departments, or divisions and work for the overall good of the College.

Commitment to Excellence: The desire or drive to make improvements each and every day in ourselves and our environment.

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 Chorus’ Fall Concert is November 21

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Veterinary Technology Adoption Day is November 20

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Mentoring Program Plays Role in Student’s Success

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Connect to College Graduation (12/18/2014)

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FAFSA Fridays (12/19/2014)

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FAFSA Fridays (1/2/2015)

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FAFSA Fridays (1/9/2015)

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FAFSA Fridays (1/16/2015)

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