Connect to College

Numbers of young people today have difficulty with traditional high school environments. And, every nine seconds, a student somewhere in the United States drops out of high school. Whether they leave public, private, or online schools, the bottom line is the same-not having a diploma means a really difficult road ahead. They will find it tough to find a job, even tougher to make enough money to live on, and almost impossible to experience career advancement.

In Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens Counties, the Connect to College program at Tri-County Technical College offers hope to those who need a second chance. Through Connect, students earn their high school diploma and college credit, up to and including a postsecondary credential - and that results in real options, genuine opportunities, and a reason to look forward to the future.

GE Manager Bernie Anger Addresses Tri-County’s Largest Graduating Class

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Lindsey Montjoy Receives 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award

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Layoff in 2013 Set Tara Williams on Path to Pursuing Degree, She Graduates with 4.0, Financial Stability and Independence

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Group Orientation-Advising Event - Pendleton Campus, 9:00 AM (5/28/2015)

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Group Orientation-Advising Event - Anderson Campus, 9:00 AM (5/29/2015)

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Group Orientation-Advising Event - Pendleton Campus, 9:00 AM (6/2/2015)

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Group Orientation-Advising Event - Pendleton Campus, 1:00 PM (6/10/2015)

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Bridge to Clemson Orientation (6/11/2015)

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